We make available to the public all the relevant documents for the QT Flagship Community Consultation Workshop.
HOT is a 4-year FET Proactive project that will lay the foundation for a new generation of devices that connect or even contain several nano-scale platforms in a single “hybrid” system. These hybrid devices will allow the exploitation of the unique advantages of each subsystem, thus enabling entirely novel functionalities.
A H2020 Marie Curie Skłodowska - European Training Network (ETN) coordinated by EPFL
OMT is a Marie Curie collaborative research and training network focused on exploring new applications of Optomechanical Technologies (OMT), which brings together 14 EU partners, including IBM and Bosch. OMT kicked off on 1st October 2016, offering 15 PhD students (early-stage researchers) the opportunity to join leading research groups and participate in competitive experiments.
Today, the Intermediate Report from the Quantum Technologies Flagship High-Level expert group has been handed over to the European Commission.
Technological developments enable us to manipulate and control quantum effects at an increasingly advanced level of sophistication. This gives new opportunities e.g. within communication, metrology, sensors, simulation and computation. Quantum technology will affect global communication networks and security on the internet.
Our research is concentrated on quantum mechanical measurement theory and quantum metrology, quantum opto-mechanics, quantum optics, entanglement, nonlocality and quantum information.
QuantERA launched its first joint transnational call (Call 2017) for proposals worth € 34 M in support of transnational research in the field of Quantum Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies (Q-ICST).
Thirty research funding organisations from 26 countries throughout take part in the Call that has a deadline for pre-proposals on the 15th of March 2015.
The Call covers six main topics in the Q-ICST field:
The spectroscopy studies of fabricated nanostructures
In January 2017 the QuantERA Consortium will announce a Call for Proposals in the field of quantum technologies.
QuantERA is a network of 31 agencies from 26 countries, coordinated by the National Science Centre, Poland. With a budget of over EUR 34 M, including co-funding from the European Commission, QuantERA will support international research projects in the field of Quantum Technologies.