Our Working Paper is updated after the QT Community meeting. You can still contribute until May 2nd.
The discussions on FP9 (next EU funding period) will enter a critical phase in May. QSA is therefore collecting input from the QT community on which measures should be taken to foster QT in Europe, additionally to funding research and innovation projects.
Below you can download a draft of a working document, consolidating input from a number of previous consultations and results from the QT Community Meeting last week.
We invite you to give feedback to this paper and help develop it by sending your suggestions for concrete text to be added or changed, in track-change mode, to firstname.lastname@example.org until May 2nd.
The resulting document will be sent to the European Commission in the first week of May.
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