Quantum Business Network
Wir transformieren die europäische Quanten-Community zu einer starken Quantenindustrie.
|QBN〉bringt Menschen aus Wissenschaft, Industrie und Politik zusammen und bietet seinen Mitgliedern Wachstumsbeschleunigung und technologischen Fortschritt durch Industrie-Kollaborationen und Support-Services sowie Technologie- und Wissenstransfer.
Software-based communication technologies such as 5G and beyond will bring many benefits but also pose a number of new challenges for the police and the judiciary. In particular, lawful interception systems will have to adapt to the increased use of encryption including end-to-end encryption, to edge computing that might limit the availability and accessibility to relevant data and to slicing technology that will multiply the number of virtual operators.
Proposals for FPAs are expected to develop quantum communication technologies with improved performance and security to ensure European leadership. They are expected to build on the ongoing projects supported under the Quantum Flagship ramp up phase and on those currently defining the EuroQCI initiative.
During the next decades the European Union should seize the opportunities that quantum technologies will bring. However, quantum technologies will also pose a significant risk to the security of our society. The advent of large-scale quantum computers will compromise much of modern cryptography, which is instrumental in ensuring cybersecurity and privacy of the digital transition.
Fostering a European quantum computing industry will require hardware, software, and the development of user interfaces. Proposals should address the development of quantum-specific algorithms and methods to solve problems, for example in chemical and materials simulation, data analysis and optimisation, and space data processing and mission planning, as well as the more general development of novel quantum algorithms for yet unexplored application areas.
Proposals for the Joint Call EU-Canada are expected to address a mix of quantum technology challenges in the areas of quantum communication, computing, simulation and sensing and identify the added value and/or mutual benefit for both EU and Canadian partners. These should include the integration of different aspects like physics, engineering, computer science, theory, algorithms, software, manufacturing, control, infrastructures, etc.
Second QBN meeting on Quantum Computing took place online on 17th of June and this time it was all about fintech. The meeting gathered many talented professionals from academia and industry to exchange their knowledge about the newest state-of-the-art technologies and to generate new ideas to improve European Quantum Industry.