On October 15, the digital-only CES Unveiled Conference: Tech Solutions for Global Challenges will take place. The programme will feature trends, technologies and discussions that will pull our global community through times of crisis. Now more than ever, it is critical for entrepreneurs, innovators and international governments to join forces to help resolve our greatest challenges.
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Quantum technology is an important key technology offering great opportunities for the Netherlands in the coming years. To accelerate the leading role of the Netherlands in quantum technology, a new institution was established: Quantum Delta Nederland Foundation. By expanding the current ecosystem of companies, knowledge and governmental institutions, QDNL will continue to build a strong ‘Quantum Delta’.
Quantum Delta is on a mission to create a national ecosystem for excellence in quantum innovation, supporting highly talented professionals in bringing quantum computers, quantum networks and quantum sensors to the market. Are you looking for a new challenge and do you master the toolset to reach and engage with a variety of stakeholders, including new talent, investors, and partners?
On 2 October 2020 an international network of academic and industrial R&D focused on quantum based technologies, will gather in Switzerland for the Quantum Industry Day. The event aims to foster exchange and accelerate the development of new quantum products.
On April 20, Minister Ingrid van Engelshoven and European Commissioner Mariya Gabriel launched Europe’s first public quantum computing platform: ‘Quantum Inspire’. The platform was developed by Delft-based QuTech, a collaboration between TU Delft and TNO. Quantum Inspire makes the quantum computer accessible to everyone and is the first in the world to use a quantum processor made of scalable ‘spin qubits’.