Our CEO Johannes Verst joined the VIP roundtable “Pursuing Scale Up Europe: a New Deal for Sovereignty – Quantum” on Wednesday, December 7th , 2022 at the French Embassy, Berlin….
On December 1 quantum experts met in Bavaria’s second largest city Nuremberg to attend the QBN Meeting on Quantum Communication.
The second day, November 25, of the business trip to Finland continued with QBN Meeting on Looking Beyond User Access & Simulators.
On November 24 quantum enthusiasts came to Finland’s second largest city Espoo, which is also leading deeptech city in the country, to participate in QBN Meeting on Accelerators for HPC centers.
We warmly welcome our new member Cyberagentur to QBN! Agentur für Innovation in der Cybersicherheit GmbH – “Innovation for Cybersecurity“ (short: Cyberagentur) is a state-owned enterprise based in Halle (Saale), Germany. Its…
We warmly welcome our new member QMware to QBN! QMware is a leading company in the field of hybrid quantum computing with offices in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. QMware itself operates data…
A group of physicists within ParityQC and the University of Innsbruck has developed a novel approach to universal quantum computing based on the ParityQC Architecture.
Quandela launches the first European online service giving access to its quantum computers assembled and hosted in its Massy premises.
ParityQC is part of a selected group of companies that were awarded a €208.5 Million contract by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) to build ion trap quantum computers in Germany.
Pixel Photonics, a start-up out of the WWU Münster was chosen as sub-contractor for a 14 million euros development contract from the DLR (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt)