For Germany, the development of quantum technologies is of utmost importance in terms of research, economic and security policy. For this reason, the Federal Government will politically accompany and shape the transition from largely scientifically driven research into quantum physics to applications of quantum technologies.
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- Go to: Quantum Flagship projects QIA and S2QUIP at ‘Science is Wonderful!’ exhibitionNovember 6th, 2019
Quantum Flagship projects QIA and S2QUIP at ‘Science is Wonderful!’ exhibition
From 25-26 of September, the Quantum Flagship projects QIA and S2QUIP participated in the ‘Science is Wonderful!’ exhibition in the frame of the European Research and Innovation Days in Brussels, Belgium. Each project had its singular space, and invited young visitors to discover quantum technologies and learn about the exciting world of the quantum internet.
- Go to: “Europe’s future is quantum” – post by Khalil RouhanaNovember 5th, 2019
“Europe’s future is quantum” – post by Khalil Rouhana
Khalil Rouhana, Deputy director-general of DG Connect at the European Commission and speaker at the event, wrote a post for the Digital Single Market blog about the need of maintaining Europe as a leader in quantum technologies by building an ecosystem based on research, deployment and skills.
- Go to: Helsinki becomes the epicentre of the European Quantum Flagship eventOctober 25th, 2019
Helsinki becomes the epicentre of the European Quantum Flagship event
On October 17-18th, over 250 European quantum experts gathered in Helsinki to discuss the present and future of quantum technologies.