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First Flagship Call: 140 proposals submitted

Published on March 13th, 2018

The first call of the flagship (for the years 2018-2020) has ended: A total of 140 proposals for Research and Innovation Actions have been submitted.

The proposals are distributed over the five sub-topics as follows:

Research field Number of proposals
Quantum Communication projects 12
Quantum Computing System projects 10
Quantum Simulation projects 7
Quantum Metrology and Sensing projects 24
Fundamental Science projects 87

The projects will be peer-reviewed and the decision about the funding is expected to be made in late summer 2018.

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