Survey on QT use cases

Published on August 5th, 2019

The QFlag (Quantum Flagship 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.

The Applications and Markets Team of QFlag is engaged in identifying two types of use cases for which quantum technologies will bring substantial added value:

  • Use cases addressing High Performance needs
  • Use cases addressing Mass Market needs

We will organise workshops and bring stakeholders together especially dedicated to use-case identification. We will present the possibilities enabled by quantum technologies and invite Industries using or offering them to showcase their and their customers’ needs.

The purpose of this survey is to gather your opinion on the proposed themes for such workshops in order to identify interesting use cases. Particularly relevant are research and high-tech organisations that need high performance and, on the other hand, industries which are looking for new products and services for their customers.

Download the document here

Participate in this survey by completing and returning the attached document before September 23, 2019 to the following address: qt-survey@qt.eu

Thank you for sharing your experience with us – and for contributing to a better connection between the quantum community and the market needs!

The QFlag Application and Market Team

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