Communication from the EC: Quantum Technology Flagship programme officially published – aims for 2018 ramp up phase.


The preparatory steps will begin already this year.


As previously announced, the European commission has officialised the process that will lead to a Quantum technology Flagship in connection with the final phase of the framework program H2020.

The communication, which addresses also the broad framework of the “European Cloud Initiative“,  indicate that the EC will launch the stakeholder consultation already this year. The aim is to be ready for the ramp up phase by the beginning of 2018.

The European quantum technologies flagship programme - Special Issue in Quantum Science and Technology


A recently published article on the Quantum Science and Technology tackles the topic of the European Quantum Technologies Flagship Programme

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QuSoft seminar, 5 Feb. 2016, Amsterdam

Talk by R.J.C. Spreeuw (UvA): Arrays of cold atom traps and prospects for quantum simulation

Workshop “Long range interactions in quantum systems”, 6-9 Sept. 2016, Ercolano, Italy

Talk by R.J.C. Spreeuw (UvA): Magnetic microtrap arrays, Rydberg atoms, and quantum simulation

SFB/TR49-Kolloquium, Institut für Physik, Johannes Gutenberg Universität, 30 April 2015, Mainz, Germany

Talk by R.J.C. Spreeuw (UvA): Lattices of magnetic microtraps, Rydberg atoms, and quantum simulation

RySQ meeting, Aarhus Institute Of Advanced Studies, Aarhus University, 11-13 March 2016, Aarhus, Denmark

Talk by R.J.C. Spreeuw (UvA): Rydberg atoms in lattices on atom chips



QuSoft, the PCQC and the University of Latvia started a collaboration to develop quantum software.

On April 28th, QuSoft (the Dutch research centre for quantum software), the Paris Centre for Quantum Computing (PCQC) and the University of Latvia signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly push the frontiers of quantum information theory and develop quantum software for the future quantum computer.

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