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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December 11th, 2018
EQTC 2019 is the first international conference of the European Quantum Flagship. It will provide a full coverage of European and International most prominent and recent advances in quantum technologies.
November 30th, 2018
‘Fleet’ of EU Flagship projects meets first time
Representatives from the three most ambitious research projects of the European Union FET Flagships – Graphene Flagship, Human Brain Project and Quantum Flagship – reunite at the ICT 2018 Conference (Vienna, 4-6 December).
October 29th, 2018
Quantum Flagship launch press release
• The Quantum Flagship, a 1b€ and 10yr initiative launches in Vienna, Austria on October 29th • The overall initiative will involve the quantum community at large, with over 5000 European researchers in academia and industry searching to place Europe at the forefront of Quantum innovation. • 20 projects have been selected out of 140 submitted proposals for the ramp-up phase of the initiative.