Funded projects

The main objective of the QuantERA Consortium is to launch transnational co-funded Calls for Proposals, as well as additional calls initiated within the supplementary activities embarked upon in the Programme.

So far, calls in 2017, 2019, 2021 and 2023 have resulted in a funding budget of over EUR 118 M and 101 excellent projects recommended for funding.

Selected projects aim, in particular, to develop a novel physical platform for quantum communication, sensing and computing, advance architectures and algorithms for future quantum information processing systems, and push for hardware scalability.

While providing strong support to basic science, it is expected that the projects will give a boost to strategic applied research in Quantum Technologies. Research results are also expected to address a number of societal challenges, such as cybersecurity and healthcare.

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CEBBEC

Controlling EPR and Bell correlations in Bose-Einstein condensates

CUSPIDOR

CMOS Compatible Single Photon Sources based on SiGe Quantum Dots

ERyQSenS

Entangled Rydberg matter for quantum sensing and simulations

HiPhoP

High dimensional quantum Photonic Platform

HYPER-U-P-S

Hyper-entanglement from ultra-bright photon pair sources

InterPol

Polariton lattices: a solid-state platform for quantum simulations of correlated and topological states

MICROSENS

MICROwave quantum SENSing with diamond color centers

NanoSpin

Spin-based nanolytics – Turning today’s quantum technology research frontier into tomorrow’s diagnostic devices

NAQUAS

Non-equilibrium dynamics in Atomic systems for QUAntum Simulation

ORQUID

ORganic QUantum Integrated Devices

Q_Magine

Scalable Electrically Read Diamond Spin Qubit Technology for Single Molecule Quantum Imagers

Q-Clocks

Cavity-Enhanced Quantum Optical Clocks

QCDA

Quantum Code Design and Architecture

QTFLAG

Quantum Technologies For LAttice Gauge theories

QuantAlgo

Quantum algorithms and applications

QUANTOX

QUANtum Technologies with 2D-OXides

QuaSeRT

Optomechanical quantum sensors at room temperature

QuompleX

Quantum Information Processing with Complex Media

RouTe

Towards Room Temperature Quantum Technologies

Si QuBus

Long-range quantum bus for electron spin qubits in silicon

SQUARE

Silicon Photonics for Quantum Fibre Networks

SUMO

Scaling Up quantum computation with MOlecular spins

SuperTop

Topologically protected states in double nanowire superconductor hybrids

TAIOL

Trapped Atom Interferometers in Optical Lattices

TheBlinQC

Theory-­Blind Quantum Control

Topoquant

2D hybrid materials as a platform for topological quantum computing