Working paper v1.1

Published on May 7th, 2018

The working paper “Supporting Quantum Technologies beyond H2020” was handed over last Friday to the European Commission, as an input to the ongoing discussion on FP9 and the next multi-annual financial framework of the EU. The document can be downloaded below.

A big thank you to all who have contributed and have helped to create this paper in such a short time! We will reach out to the community via our newsletter if further input is required to draft another version at a later stage.

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