SAVE THE DATE – QuantERA Strategic Conference

SAVE THE DATE – QuantERA Strategic Conference QuantERA continues its efforts towards networking stakeholders in the field of Quantum Technologies. The Strategic Conference, planned for 20-21 September 2022 in Krakow, Poland, will bring together: – QuantERA Project Leaders & Strategic Advisory Board; – QuantERA Network of 39 Research Funding Organisations; – Representatives of the European…

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MAESTRO

MAESTRO Mastering Technologies for Scalable Spin-based Solid-State Quantum Processors Currently world-wide efforts are concentrated along research and industrial developments of quantum computers based on large cryogenic or vacuum installations, having attracted massive investments. Nevertheless, an integrable portable quantum processor, operating at ambient conditions, would bring massive benefits for developing quantum algorithms, software and novel applications,…

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QuantERA activity highlighted

QuantERA activity highlighted We are happy to inform that our Gender Equality Statement included in the announcement of QuantERA Call 2021 has been highlighted as a promising practice in the “GENDERACTION policy brief focuses on European partnerships”! Full GENDERACTION policy brief is available here. The policy brief includes, inter alia, different recommendations at the co-funded…

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VERIqTAS

VERIqTAS Verification of quantum technologies, systems and applications In recent years we observe a wave of novel quantum technologies such as quantum random number generators, quantum annealers or the first prototypes of quantum computers. These devices are believed to soon drastically change the way we process information and communicate, paving a way to important breakthroughs in…

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TOBITS

TOBITS Non-Abelian anyons for topological qubits The quantization of Hall plateaus at integer and non-integer, and yet at certain fractional multiples of e2/h with unprecedented precision, is an intriguing phenomenon, which occurs in the two-dimensional electron systems in the presence of a high magnetic field at low temperatures. This fractional quantum Hall (FQH) state is…

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T-NiSQ

T-NiSQ Tensor Networks in Simulation of Quantum matter In the Quantum Science era where Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum (NISQ) devices are accessible, quantum information tools to guide their development play a fundamental role. With the foreseen increasing complexity of available NISQ devices, their classical simulations – that drove their development until now – will soon fail to…

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SuperLink

SuperLink Superconducting quantum-classical linked computing systems SuperLink aims at tackling critical open problems in quantum computing with superconducting qubits. Superconducting qubits are leading candidates for scaling to disruptively useful quantum computations. However, it has become clear that scaling beyond 100 qubits will require dramatically different architectures since the scientific and engineering overheads of control and…

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STAQS

STAQS Shortcuts to Adiabaticity for Quantum Computation and Simulation Adiabatic processes are at the core of countless experiments. They find numerous applications in quantum simulations and quantum computing that range from adiabatic pulse sequences generating quantum gates in superconducting platforms to the preparation of many-body states in cold atoms, to name just a few. At…

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SQUEIS

SQUEIS Squeezing-Enhanced Inertial Sensing SQUEIS aims to establish new frontiers in atom interferometry by devising and applying quantum-enhancement techniques based on squeezing to state-of-the-art applications in gravimetry, gradiometry and inertial sensing. SQUEIS explores quantum state engineering in different experimental platforms that are relevant for atomic free-fall and compact trapped sensors. Squeezing-generation techniques in this project…

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SPARQL

SPARQL Sequential parametric amplification: quantum technology with multimode light Squeezing is a valuable quantum resource, which enables sensitive optical measurements by overcoming the shot noise – the noise stemming from the photon structure of light. At the same time, squeezing is susceptible to optical loss and inefficient detection, which limits its use in technology. SPARQL…

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