SAVE the DATE – 17 and 18 October 2019
European Quantum Community Meeting 2019
Join the Finnish Presidency–Quantum Flagship event that will take place in October in Helsinki. The two day event will be dedicated to the Quantum Technology community, the Quantum Flagship as well as setting the Strategic Research Agenda, which will be presented and discussed among the community attending the event. The program is currently being finalised and will be posted very soon.
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- Go to: European quantum experts will meet in Helsinki to review the progress of quantum technologies and set future strategiesSeptember 30th, 2019
European quantum experts will meet in Helsinki to review the progress of quantum technologies and set future strategies
Organised by the Finnish Presidency, Aalto University, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, the Academy of Finland, and the Quantum Flagship, the event will take place on October 17-18.Representatives from the quantum technology communities will review present accomplishments within the field as well as establish future visions and strategic goals to position the region as a leader in the field.The first day will conclude with a panel discussion on policy topics, focusing on establishing a European infrastructure on Quantum Technologies.
- Go to: OPENQKD paves the way for a secure Pan-European Quantum Communication InfrastructureSeptember 27th, 2019
OPENQKD paves the way for a secure Pan-European Quantum Communication Infrastructure
Led by the Austrian Institute of Technology, ICFO partners in pilot project to install a test infrastructure for quantum communications.
- Go to: World’s first link layer protocol brings quantum internet closer to a realityAugust 26th, 2019
World’s first link layer protocol brings quantum internet closer to a reality
Researchers from QuTech have achieved a world’s first in quantum internet technology. A team led by Professor Stephanie Wehner has developed a so-called link layer protocol that brings the phenomenon of ‘quantum entanglement’ from a physics experiment towards a real world quantum network. This brings closer the day when quantum internet can become a reality, delivering applications that are impossible to achieve using a ‘classical’ internet. The work was published recently at ACM SIGCOMM.