Quantum FlagshipRead more
The Quantum Flagship is a European large-scale initiative on Quantum Technologies. The goal is to consolidate and expand European scientific leadership and excellence in this research area, to kick-start a competitive European industry in Quantum Technologies and to make Europe a dynamic and attractive region for innovative research, business and investments in this field.
Quantum Valley Lower Saxony
Quantum Valley Lower SaxonyRead more
QVLS has recently created an innovation network from which the participating collaborative projects benefit. QuantumFrontiers is a DFG-funded Cluster of Excellence dealing with the control of light and matter at the quantum frontier. The Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) DQ-mat deals with designed quantum states of matter, in particular for metrology with many-body quantum systems. The CRC TerraQ investigates quantum effects for geodesic applications.
European CommissionRead more
The Quantum Flagship was launched under the supervision of the EU directorate-general for Communications Networks, Content and Technology.
We invest in research, innovation, deployment and uptake of trustworthy and green digital technologies that improve our economy and people’s lives.
Through funding, legislation and policy initiatives, we help ensure European leadership and independence in critical digital technologies (such as Artificial Intelligence, Common Data Spaces, high-performance computing, 5G, micro-electronics, blockchain and quantum).
Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation
Wilhelm and Else Heraeus FoundationRead more
The Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation is a private institution that supports scientific research and education with an emphasis on physics. The foundation is best known for organizing and funding a variety of events dedicated to the discussion of research results and the training of young scientists.
Organizing WE-Heraeus Seminars is the most important and oldest funding activity of the foundation. The topics cover cutting-edge research in both physics and neighboring fields. Trademark of these meetings is an informal atmosphere with plenty of opportunity for personal contacts. The conference venue is usually the physics centre („Physikzentrum“) in Bad Honnef.
Quantum Delta NL
Quantum Delta NLRead more
The Netherlands is a vibrant international hotspot for quantum technology, with leading science, technology and talent. With Quantum Delta NL, we are creating a fully functional national ecosystem for excellence in quantum innovation, for highly talented professionals to bring quantum computers, quantum networks and quantum sensors to the market.
Quandela is a European start up that provides photonic quantum computers that are modular, scalable, energy-efficient and accessible both on the cloud and on premise. Our team specialises in the development of both software and hardware solutions for a variety of quantum applications. We offer a wide range of services, from developing the most efficient and brightest single photons sources, to creating algorithms for quantum computers and providing cloud quantum computing solutions.
At EY, we leverage innovation to assist you in strategically focusing your business on seizing new opportunities while effectively managing associated risks. Quantum computing is as a disruptive technology that holds relevance in both realms. Our global team of quantum experts is dedicated to identifying practical applications for quantum computing, particularly in optimizing financial portfolios, enhancing supply chain operations, and many more. On the risk management front, we offer comprehensive support in evaluating your vulnerability to weak cryptography and provide expert guidance as you embark on the path to achieving crypto agility.
SaxonQ develops and markets one of the world's first mobile room temperature quantum computer. Due to the underlying technology, our quantum computer is… • working over a wide temperature range - due to the usage of solid-state qubits • highly scalable - due to a patented manufacturing process • mobile - due to a compact design without additional operating equipment • sustainable - due to low energy and resource consumption Qubits in Diamond Diamond. The ideal host for our high-fidelity qubits. Calibrated once, diamond provides eternal functionality. The SaxonQ diamond chip contains billions of carbon atoms. Our qubits are made from individual nitrogen atoms that we introduce in a deterministic ion implantation process into the diamond crystal lattice. Every nitrogen atom together with a neighboring missing carbon atom forms a "NV" Qubit (nitrogen-vacancy center). Atomic nuclei in the vicinity of the NV center contribute further qubits to the quantum processor. The SaxonQ diamond chip is based on patented technology for implantation of nitrogen with a high yield that enables the fabrication of high-fidelity qubits.
QuantrolOx develops software to automate quantum computers. We envision a world where every quantum computer will be fully automated enabling quantum scientists to spend less time tuning qubits and more time on advancing quantum computing, thereby accelerating the path to practical quantum computers.
QuantrolOx software integrates with major quantum hardware providers by building on open-architecture principles enabling organisations to select the best components for their quantum systems.
The vision of DQ-mat is the targeted design of quantum states of matter to explore and master the fundamental properties of quantum-correlated many-body systems and to exploit these states for enhanced metrology, enabling tests of our understanding of fundamental physics at unprecedented levels. Following this vision, our research agenda naturally focuses on two main topics, organized in Research Areas.
In the Cluster of Excellence QuantumFrontiers, we use light and matter to extend the fundamentals and applications of metrology beyond the quantum limit. Participants in the cluster are Leibniz Universität Hannover, TU Braunschweig and the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt.
DFG - German Research Foundation
DFG - German Research FoundationRead more
The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) is the central self-governing research funding organisation in Germany. The DFG serves the sciences and humanities and promotes research of the highest quality in all its forms and disciplines at universities and non-university research institutions. The focus is on funding projects developed by the academic community itself in the area of knowledge-driven research.
AQT (Alpine Quantum Technologies)
AQT (Alpine Quantum Technologies)Read more
AQT (Alpine Quantum Technologies GmbH) is a quantum computing startup from Innsbruck founded in 2018. Building on decades of experience in experimental and theoretical quantum information processing, AQT develops and builds quantum computers. The company's goal is to offer ion trap-based quantum computers that fit seamlessly into conventional IT infrastructure and can be operated from any PC or laptop, regardless of location. AQT already enables its customers to install quantum computers on site or to use them via a convenient cloud solution. AQT supports research customers with quantum hardware components and complete solutions that significantly accelerate the development of quantum optics experiments.
AUREA TechnologyRead more
AUREA Technology is an independant French high-tech company (100%UE) that innovates, designs, develops and manufactures very high performance "turnkey" optical instruments for industrial and scientific applications. AUREA Technology is a world leader in single photon counters, entangled photon sources, time correlation electronics, as well as optical measurement systems with very high temporal resolutions.
Berlin Partner - Berlin Quantum Alliance
Berlin Partner - Berlin Quantum AllianceRead more
The future is made of light: photonics, the scientific and economic use of light, as well as closely linked microelectronics are among the most important key technologies of digitisation. They are central innovation drivers for technological change in mobility, agriculture or medicine and at the same time provide end products in lighting, ophthalmic optics or scientific instrumentation. Berlin Brandenburg has developed into one of the world's most important locations for the industry and offers the best conditions for concentrated research, development and production, not least thanks to the highly developed research landscape, a highly diversified industrial sector and the high degree of networking between the players. Quantum technologies in Berlin should also benefit from these conditions in the future; since the recent amendment of the Optics and Photonics Master Plan, this is a new focus of cluster development.
The Berlin Quantum Alliance is the hub for quantum technologies in Berlin - and beyond. It bundles competencies from universities and research institutes, co-develops with StartUps and SMEs, supports the recruitment and training of talents, and provides guidance with funding opportunities on the European, Federal, and State Level. Organized by Berlin Partner for Business and Technology our shared booth will show you together with Ferdinand-Braun-Institut gGmbH, Q-CTRL, Leibniz-Institut für Kristallzüchtung im Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V., Fraunhofer Fokus, eleQtron and Fraunhofer IZM whats happening in the Berlin Quantum Community.
Business Finland - Quantum Finland
Business Finland - Quantum FinlandRead more
As a national innovation funding agency, Business Finland and its Quantum Computing campaign (2022-2024) will provide Quantum Finland ecosystem with various kind of services such as funding, webinars and workshops, national & international collaboration opportunities, matchmaking & peer-to-peer learning and so forth. The Quantum Finland ecosystem consists of both companies developing and applying quantum technologies and universities & research institutes working on different quantum technologies, focus being quantum software, algorithms, and applications. The goal of Business Finland’s Quantum Computing campaign is to develop a globally attractive innovation ecosystem in Finland to solve significant business problems for both Finnish and foreign customers with quantum computing.
CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, provides a unique range of accelerator, detector and computing facilities to perform world-class research in high-energy physics. Many of the extreme requirements faced by quantum technologies are shared with high-energy physics such as the development of algorithms, ultra-high vacuums, precise timing, the need for superconducting materials, and more.
The Quantum Technology Initiative at CERN fosters quantum developments in the European high-energy physics community and beyond. It establishes a dialogue between the high-energy physics and quantum-tech communities to find opportunities for mutually beneficial collaborations.
In this context, CERN seeks to engage with industry and research institutes who wish to team up with CERN for future innovations and knowledge-transfer partnerships within the field of quantum technologies.
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In a state-of-the-art cleanroom laboratory, we design and fabricate micro- and nanostructures for research and development teams within both academia and industry. We can provide test and calibration qubits as well as offer custom fabrication solutions based on client designs and needs.
EURAMET EMN-Q | European Metrology Network for Quantum Technologies
EURAMET EMN-Q | European Metrology Network for Quantum TechnologiesRead more
The European Metrology Network (EMN) for Quantum Technologies provides active coordination of European measurement science research to maintain competitiveness in the field of quantum technologies. By promoting and facilitating knowledge sharing, collaboration and the uptake of measurement science in the development of quantum technology, the EMN Quantum Technologies will establish globally accepted measurement services for quantum technologies and devices.
Euris Semiconductors - Formfactor
Euris Semiconductors - FormfactorRead more
FormFactor, known for its HPD product line, is the largest commercial dilution refrigerator supplier in the US. JDry-250 and JDry-500 offer efficient sub-10 mK operations, optimized for quantum computing. They support up to 270 semirigid cables. FormFactor's Helium-3 cryostats excel in STM, NMR, ARPES, and sub-Kelvin applications. They come in top- or bottom-loading, wet or dry (cryogen-free) configurations, and work in UHV, liquid, gas, and magnetic fields.
HPD IQ2000 provides high-throughput chip-scale die testing at 4 K or 2 K. Its load-lock design rapidly cools the device under test from RT to 4 K, boosting device throughput by up to 10X compared to conventional chip probers. IQ3000, a 4 K precision automated probe station, integrates DC and RF cabling with custom probe cards for versatile test configurations.
For more than 25 years, Euris, headquartered in Munich, Germany, has served as a solution provider to the microelectronics industry. In its relationship with FormFactor, Euris expands the company’s reach to customers developing new solutions for the quantum computing and device development market, by representing FormFactor’s growing line of DRs, cryogenic probe systems, and other related cryogenic products to European customers. Euris brings technical expertise in LT physics which is a major advantage for customers discussing cryogenic applications and opportunities, especially in the academic sector.
German Aerospace Center DLR
German Aerospace Center DLRRead more
The German Aerospace Center (DLR) conducts research and development in aviation, space travel, energy and transport, security and digitization on behalf of the Federal Republic of Germany. The Institute of Satellite Geodesy and Inertial Sensing of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) is primarily dedicated to the research and development of quantum technologies, quantum sensor technology and innovative quantum metrological solutions for innovative terrestrial and space-based applications, including the realization of prototype solutions. The DLR Quantum Computing Initiative (DLR QCI) develops quantum computers and the necessary enabling technologies, software and applications to strengthen the Germand and European quantum computing ecosystem. To this end the DLR QCI involves partners from industry and business, start-ups and research. At the DLR innovation centers in Hamburg and Ulm it creates the industrial basis and the economic environment for quantum computers from Germany.
IOP PublishingRead more
IOP Publishing (IOPP) is a society-owned scientific publisher, providing impact, recognition, and value for the scientific community. IOPP serves the quantum science and technology community through a suite of leading journals that includes specialist titles such as Quantum Science and Technology, Materials for Quantum Technology and Journal of Physics: Photonics as well as established multidisciplinary journals including Journal of Physics A, New Journal of Physics and Reports on Progress in Physics. IOPP also publishes books for the physical sciences and is dedicated to bringing together the most up to date texts and reference books from across the field, with over 100 titles dedicated to quantum science and its technological applications. Alongside the journals and books programme, IOPP also publishes the world-leading magazine, Physics World, where a dedicated quantum topic page can be found, full of podcasts, webinars, blog posts and the latest research updates.
Sustainable and user-friendly sub-Kelvin cryostats kiutra is an established supplier of innovative products and services providing ultra-low temperatures. We design and build turnkey cryostats for the development, characterization, and testing of quantum systems, as well as for their continuous operation. Our systems do not require liquid cooling media, such as rare and costly helium-3, making them fast, cost-effective, and sustainable - ideal for providing cooling along the whole quantum technology chain.
Munich Quantum Valley
Munich Quantum ValleyRead more
Munich Quantum Valley (MQV) promotes quantum science and quantum technologies in Bavaria with the primary goal of developing and operating competitive quantum computers. It connects research, industry, funders, and the public: Munich Quantum Valley promotes an efficient knowledge transfer from research to industry, establishes a network with international reach and provides educational offers for schools, universities and companies. Munich Quantum Valley is supported by the Bavarian state government with funds from the Hightech Agenda Bayern.
The NEASQC (NExt ApplicationS of Quantum Computing) project brings together academic experts and industrial end-users to investigate and develop a new breed of Quantum-enabled applications that can take advantage of NISQ (Noise Intermediate-Scale Quantum) systems in the near future. NEASQC is use-case driven, addressing practical problems such as drug discovery, CO2 capture, smart energy management, natural language processing, breast cancer detection, probabilistic risk assessment for energy infrastructures or inventory management. The ultimate ambition of NEASQC is to encourage European user communities to investigate NISQ quantum computing. For this purpose, the project consortium will define and make available a complete and common toolset that new industrial actors can use to start their own practical investigation and share their results.
NKT PhotonicsRead more
NKT Photonics - Solutions for innovators Technology has the power to transform our lives. This was true with the invention of penicillin, electricity and, more recently, the Internet. Today, the transformation continues with amazing innovations such as autonomous electric cars, smartphones, quantum computing, artificial intelligence, stem cell and cancer research, renewable energy and even space exploration. NKT Photonics’ customers are visionary innovators within these fields and many more. They are changing the World through their innovations, and we are ready to deliver the cutting-edge solutions they need. Solutions for Innovators. We have lasers in space and deep under the oceans and our products run in clean rooms and on oil rigs at sea. We seed the World’s largest laser fusion experiment and power hundreds of the most advanced microscopes on the Globe. We aim to make a difference in the World and are involved in projects that will transform the way we live through life science, renewable energy, and the basic understanding of the Universe. With over fifteen years of expertise, IP and experience, NKT Photonics strives to continually be the market leader in everything we do. NKT Photonics is the leading supplier of high-performance fiber lasers and photonic crystal fibers. Our main markets are Medical & Life Science, Industrial, Aerospace & Defense, and Quantum & Nano Technology. Our products include supercontinuum white light lasers, low-noise fiber lasers, ultrafast lasers, and a wide range of specialty fibers. NKT Photonics has its headquarters in Denmark with sales and service worldwide. NKT Photonics is wholly owned by NKT A/S. All NKT Photonics products are produced under our certified quality management system certified in accordance with the ISO 9001 standard. We have an ISO 9001 certificate for all three production sites; NKT Photonics – DS/EN ISO 9001:2015 Certificate and the ISO 13485 certificate for our Swiss site; NKT Photonics Switzerland – EN ISO 13485:2016 Certificate.
The PETRUS consortium, led by Deutsche Telekom alongside Airbus, Austrian Institute of Technology, and Thales, presents an exhibition showcasing cutting-edge technology. It spotlights classical secure video conferencing equipment, using traditional encryption methods, but with a groundbreaking twist - encryption through quantum keys. This Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) demo serves as a mini prototype for EuroQCI, encompassing all components necessary for a comprehensive QKD network. The demo underscores QKD technology interoperability, vendors, and protocols via an application-agnostic, vendor-independent key management layer. The outcome is a secure quantum-safe video service with end-to-end encryption. Esteemed collaborators supporting this showcase include Ericsson, LuxQuanta, Quantum Optics Jena, Quantum Telecommunications Italy, Rohde & Schwarz, Telsy, ThinkQuantum, and Universidad Politécnica Madrid.
PicoQuant is a leading research and development company specialized in optoelectronics, which was founded in 1996. The company, headquartered in the science and technology park of Berlin-Adlershof, Germany, is a worldwide leader in the field of single photon counting applications. The product portfolio encompasses picosecond pulsed diode lasers, ultra fast time taggers and photon counters, single photon sensitive detectors, time-resolved confocal and super-resolution fluorescence microscopes, as well as fluorescence lifetime spectrometers. More than 125 people currently work for the PicoQuant group, primarily in its German headquarters, and with strong sales and support teams in the USA and in China.
Portuguese Quantum Institute
Portuguese Quantum InstituteRead more
PQI – Portuguese Quantum Institute (https://pqi.pt/) is an organisation devoted to research, innovation, education, and outreach in Quantum Information Science and Technologies.
Building on more than 20 years research experience, PQI brings together stakeholders from the public and the private sectors to develop quantum information science and technology in Portugal.
Namely, PQI develops research in Quantum Computation, Quantum Networks, Quantum Sensing & Metrology, and in the Energetics of Quantum Technologies, in the context of international projects and collaborations. PQI is a founding member of EQSI – European Quantum Software Institute (https://www.eqsi.org/).
PQI is also involved in international educational initiatives, and supports the coordination of the World Quantum Day – 14 April (https://worldquantumday.org/).
Furthermore, PQI supports the coordination of European initiatives in Quantum Technologies and promotes policy for international collaboration in this strategic domain. PQI’s Observatory of Quantum Technologies contributes to the monitoring of the development of Quantum Technologies in Europe and around the World.
Quantum computers require high performance computer systems, for example to control lasers in the GHz range and to evaluate the camera images of the Q-bits within the control loop. The company powerBridge Computer has been specializing in real-time systems for 30 years. These systems are also used in particle physics (e.g., accelerators) and in many other applications where large amounts of data have to be acquired and controlled in real-time. We not only offer our customers ready-made hardware solutions; we also support you in adapting them to any specific application. You will benefit from our experience in hundreds of industrial applications in automation, research, medical technology, telecommunications, transportation, aerospace and defence technology. Our product range includes boards, chassis, systems and high-availability systems based on industry standards such as AdvancedTCA, CompactPCI, VMEbus, VPX and MicroTCA, as well as AMC, FMC and PMC/XMC mezzanine modules. We support our range of products with Windows, Linux and real-time operating systems. powerBridge Computer is your reliable partner for demanding projects.
Qblox provides modular control electronics to leading global academic and industrial researchers. Qblox’s scalable quantum control stacks manipulate and measure from 1 to 100 qubits at record speeds, accuracy, low levels of drift, and noise. Control the quantum future by heading to www.qblox.com
Qruise develops software that helps scientists and researchers use Machine Learning tools in their day-to-day scientific workflows without having to worry about what's under the hood. ML has revolutionised how science is being done and taking advantage of this new numerical toolset should not require having a full time ML scientist on the team to design, develop and deploy systems. Qruise is developing ML for Science as a productised toolset making ML driven discovery accessible to all. Our first offerings address the growing pains of controlling current generation noisy quantum computers (NISQ devices) and provide improvements in operational fidelities through the use of ML & Quantum Optimal Control.
QA - Quantum Alliance
QA - Quantum AllianceRead more
The Quantum Alliance (QA) is a consortium of seven German Clusters of Excellence and research centers in quantum science and technology. Its more than 1,700 members work on cutting-edge research, providing innovation and collaboration in quantum science and technology. The vibrant network offers support programs for early career researchers and young investigators at participating institutions and beyond. Presenting its work at national and international conferences and (job) fairs, the German Quantum Alliance bridges the scientific community with the industry and the broader public.
QuantWare is a TU Delft/QuTech spin-out that develops, designs, and fabricates scalable, superconducting quantum processors. By supplying these processors to third parties, QuantWare allows them to build a quantum computer for 1/10th of the costs of competing solutions. The company develops technology that will massively scale the number of qubits in a single processor, to create processors that can perform useful quantum computation in the near term
QUDORA TechnologiesRead more
QUDORA Technologies is a fast-growing quantum technology start-up from Lower Saxony (Germany) developing full-stack quantum computers based on ion trap technology. Quantum computers keep the promise to outperform today’s supercomputers within the next decade and solve some of the world’s most challenging problems by unleashing the power of quantum mechanics. QUDORA and its technology belong to the spearhead of the German quantum computing landscape. We have won multiple projects and signed a contract to develop a quantum computer prototype for the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in context of the German Quantum Computing Initiative. Are eager to know more about current job opportunities in Braunschweig / Hannover / Hamburg? Just meet us at our exhibition booth!
Schirmprojekt Quantenkommunikation Deutschland (SQuaD)
Schirmprojekt Quantenkommunikation Deutschland (SQuaD)Read more
Quantum communication is a key technology for ensuring the security of digital infrastructures in our society. By exploiting quantum effects, it promises tap-proof data transmission within communication and information networks. One of today’s most widely researched applications is that of quantum key distribution. In addition to post-quantum cryptography, this technology significantly enhances both IT security and Germany’s technological sovereignty in a hyperconnected world. The “Umbrella Project for Quantum Communication in Germany” (Schirmprojekt Quantenkommunikation Deutschland, SQuaD) as part of the Innovation Hub for Quantum Communication. aims at the sustainable transfer of technology from science to industry and to establish the foundation for the development of a German quantum communications industry. SQuaD will bundle Germany-wide activities in the field of quantum communications and foster dialog with other research hubs and startup incubators on classical communications technology and IT security.
Single QuantumRead more
Single Quantum was established as the first European company manufacturing and commercializing superconducting single photon detectors. By sharing this groundbreaking technology, we aim to create a better future! Our multi-channel detection system has already been chosen by more than 200 academic and industrial labs all over the world to perform complex optical measurements. The unique combination of unparalleled detection efficiency and time resolution is what makes our superconducting detectors the ideal choice for quantum communication, cryptography, infrared fluorescence spectroscopy, laser ranging and many other applications.
Springer NatureRead more
Springer is a leading global scientific, technical and medical portfolio, providing researchers in academia, scientific institutions and corporate R&D departments with quality content through innovative information, products and services. Springer has one of the strongest STM and HSS eBook collections and archives, as well as a comprehensive range of hybrid and open access journals. Springer is part of Springer Nature, a global publisher that serves and supports the research community.
TOPAG LasertechnikRead more
TOPAG Lasertechnik GmbH: TOPAG offers products in the fields of lasers and optical metrology. The focus is on sales and service of short pulse and ultra-short pulse lasers for applications in research and industry. The company develops and manufactures novel diffractive optics for laser beam shaping. Individual consulting, customized solutions and long-term, trustful cooperation with our customers have been the basis for the company's success since its foundation in 1993. TOPAG presents new products for quantum technologies: - Laser sources for quantum dots pumping: high repetition rate, tunable wavelength, flexible pulse duration - Compact high energy pulsed laser sources, from ns to fs and UV to IR - New Top Hat beam shaper and diffractive beam splitter, suitable for USP laser applications with highest power densities. The Top Hat size can be variably adjusted by selecting the focusing optics, applicable from UV to IR. - Metrology for laser beam characterization: Wavemeters, Autocorrelators, Beam Profilers Contact: TOPAG Lasertechnik GmbH Nieder-Ramstädter Str. 247 64285 Darmstadt Contact Person: Kilian Parzinger Tel: +49 6151 42944-27 Email: email@example.com Web: www.topag.de
TOPTICA PhotonicsRead more
TOPTICA develops and manufactures high-end laser systems for scientific and industrial applications. The portfolio includes diode lasers, ultrafast fiber lasers, terahertz systems, frequency combs and continuous-wave fiber lasers and amplifiers. OEM customers, scientists, and over a dozen Nobel laureates all acknowledge the world-class exceptional specifications of TOPTICA’s lasers, as well as their reliability and longevity. TOPTICA's 490 employees worldwide, take pride in developing customized systems. In close collaboration with several universities and institutes, latest scientific discoveries are frequently incorporated into commercial products.