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: Feedback wanted - Draft Strategic Research Agenda of the Quantum FlagshipAugust 5th, 2019
Feedback wanted - Draft Strategic Research Agenda of the Quantum Flagship
The first draft of the Strategic Research Agenda of the Quantum Flagship has been created and is ready to receive feedback from the Quantum Community.
- Go to: Registration open - Quantum Flagship event “Exploring and Making Quantum Technology”July 26th, 2019
Registration open - Quantum Flagship event “Exploring and Making Quantum Technology”
On July 1st 2019, and for the remaining of 2019, Finland took over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union. As part of its institutional and scientific agenda, on October 17-18th it will be hosting the Finnish Presidency-Quantum Flagship event entitled “Exploring and Making Quantum Technology”.
- Go to: Survey on QT use casesAugust 5th, 2019
Survey on QT use cases
The QFlag coordination and support action facilitates the adoption of quantum technologies among industry stakeholders by bringing them together and making relevant information easily available. The identification of existing and new use cases is a key point to achieve this goal.