Latest News

The latest news related to QIFT.

There are currently 248 records in this database matching the search criteria. Login to add an entry.

You can subscribe to an RSS feed to receive automated notification for any update of this database, via a small Syndicate content icon on bottom of this page.

You can use the filters below to refine your search.

Format: 2017-03-25
Format: 2017-03-25
Format: 2017-03-25
2016-09-01 09:08

Quantum is a new, free and open access, peer-reviewed journal that provides high visibility for quality research on quantum science and related fields. It is an effort by researchers and for researchers to make science more open and publishing more transparent and efficient.

2016-08-18 07:24

The call aims to include 12 new members from industries with interest in the Quantum Technologies

2016-08-17 03:51

China’s quantum network could soon span two continents, thanks to a satellite launched on Aug 15.

2016-08-16 23:31

Cryptographer Léo Ducas from the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) has won the 2016 Internet Defense Prize.

2016-08-08 09:13

Following the nomination of the chair, Prof. Mlynek, the Commission has now formally set-up the Commission Expert Group, with 13 very high level academic members, that will provide recommendations on the preparation of the Quantum Technology Flagship.

2016-05-26 09:27

The Joint Research Centre, the European Commission's in-house science service, has published a Science for Policy report on Quantum Technologies.

2016-05-17 12:53

Prof. Tommaso Calarco, Institute of Complex Quantum Systems, and Michael Bolle, President of R&D, Robert Bosch GmbH, argue that new cooperation models are needed to bridge university research and industry.

2016-04-22 09:35

The article, published today on Nature, featuring also an interview to Tommaso Calarco, details the start of the initiative and the weight of the Quantum Manifesto had on the final decision from the commission.

2016-04-20 07:14

The preparatory steps will begin already this year.

 

2016-04-18 03:31

More than 10,000 computer-game enthusiasts have helped physicists in Denmark to design better protocols for running quantum computers.

Syndicate content