Quantum Technologies: Implications for European Policy

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

At the Amsterdam conference the Joint Research Centre (JRC) Deputy Director General Maive Rute announced at the Amsterdam Conference on Quantum Technologies, an issue paper titled "Quantum Technologies: Implications for European Policy".

Calarco/Bolle: new cooperation models are needed to bridge the "valley of death"

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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.

In today's blog post of Commissioner Oettinger features the discussion between prof. Tommaso Calarco, Institute of Complex Quantum Systems, and Michael Bolle, President of R&D, Robert Bosch GmbH, concerning the need of new cooperation models to bridge the "valley of death".

Nature: Europe plans giant billion-euro quantum technologies project

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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.

Nature dedicated a short article/interview to the Europe Flagship initiative, giving information on how everything started, which will be the role of the EC and what it is expected to achieve. It underlines also the differences that the flagship must have in comparison with the graphene and with the brain flagship. The article contains also some dissonant voices.

Link: http://www.nature.com/news/europe-plans-giant-billion-euro-quantum-technologies-project-1.19796

Computer gamers solve quantum problems

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

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

Quantum Information added to Physical Review A’s statement of coverage

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Physical Review A has recently changed its formal statement of coverage to explicitly include Quantum Information.

Physical Review A has recently changed its formal statement of coverage to explicitly include Quantum Information.

Annales Henri Poincare opens a Section in Quantum Information Theory

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One of the most prestigious journals on mathematical and theoretical physics, “Annales Henri Poincaré” (AHP), has opened a Section in Quantum Information Theory.

One of the most prestigious journals on mathematical and theoretical physics, “Annales Henri Poincaré” (AHP), has opened a Section in Quantum Information Theory.

Airbus Group sets up a quantum computing unit

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"With Airbus Group’s recent move to set up a quantum computing unit at its Newport plant, the Company aims to leverage the colossal power offered by quantum computing and apply it to its aerospace activities."

"With Airbus Group’s recent move to set up a quantum computing unit at its Newport plant, the Company aims to leverage the colossal power offered by quantum computing and apply it to its aerospace activities."

IQOQI new 5-atom quantum computer could make today's encryption obsolete

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A realization of a scalable Shor algorithm, as proposed by Kitaev, is presented, factoring the number 15 by effectively employing and controlling seven qubits and four “cache qubits” and by implementing generalized arithmetic operations, known as modular multipliers.

A realization of a scalable Shor algorithm, as proposed by Kitaev, is presented, factoring the number 15 by effectively employing and controlling seven qubits and four “cache qubits” and by implementing generalized arithmetic operations, known as modular multipliers.

China to launch a "quantum satellite" in July 2016

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The China's Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS) satellite, to be be launched in July 2016, will complete China's growing quantum communications network, which includes a 2,000-kilometer-long network between Beijing and Shanghai.

The China's Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS) satellite, to be be launched in July 2016, will complete China's growing quantum communications network, which includes a 2,000-kilometer-long network between Beijing and Shanghai.

Quantum Summit - Panel Discussion

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How soon will we have quantum computers? In what ways will they transform our lives? Listen in as some of the top experts from tech companies working on quantum computing weigh in.

How soon will we have quantum computers? In what ways will they transform our lives? Listen in as some of the top experts from tech companies working on quantum computing weigh in.

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