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Quantum projects

Here you will find information about the projects that are funded and started through the European Quantum Flagship initiative.

The Quantum Flagship consists of 20 projects (according to your filter)

  • Communication

    QIA - Quantum Internet Alliance

    he long-term ambition of the European Quantum Internet Alliance is to build a Quantum Internet that enables quantum communication applications between any two points on Earth.

    Go to: QIA - Quantum Internet Alliance
  • Communication

    CiViQ - Continuous Variable Quantum Communications

    The vision of CIVIQ is to develop quantum-enhanced physcial layer security services that can be combined with modern cryptographic techniques, to enable unparalleled applications and services.

    Go to: CiViQ - Continuous Variable Quantum Communications
  • basic science

    MicroQC - Microwave driven ion trap quantum computing

    The construction of a large-scale trapped-ion quantum information processor can be made decisively simpler by using the well-developed and compact microwave technology present already in today’s mobile phones and other devices.

    Go to: MicroQC - Microwave driven ion trap quantum computing
  • basic science

    PhoG - Sub-Poissonian Photon Gun by Coherent Diffusive Photonics

    The goal of PhoGs is to deliver a compact, versatile, deterministic source of quantum light based on integrated waveguide networks with engineered loss, and to develop its applications in metrology and other quantum technology tasks.

    Go to: PhoG - Sub-Poissonian Photon Gun by Coherent Diffusive Photonics
  • basic science

    SQUARE - Scalable Rare Earth Ion Quantum Computing Nodes

    Quantum technologies rely on materials that offer the central resource of quantum coherence, that allow one to control this resource, and that provide suitable interactions to create entanglement. Rare earth ions (REI) doped into solids have an outstanding potential in this context and could serve as a scalable, multi-functional quantum material.

    Go to: SQUARE - Scalable Rare Earth Ion Quantum Computing Nodes
  • basic science

    QMiCS - Quantum Microwave Communcation and Sensing

    QMiCS sets up a quantum microwave local area network cable over a distance of several meters. We will use this architecture to implement quantum communication protocols such as teleportation between two superconducting quantum nodes.

    Go to: QMiCS - Quantum Microwave Communcation and Sensing
  • basic science

    S2QUIP - Scalable Two-Dimensional Quantum Integrated Photonics

    S2QUIP will develop scalable cost-effective quantum photonic hybrid microsystems by integrating 2D semiconductor materials in CMOS compatible photonic circuits. S2QUIP will provide the community with on-chip quantum light sources for quantum simulation, communication, metrology and sensing.

    Go to: S2QUIP - Scalable Two-Dimensional Quantum Integrated Photonics
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