Quantum Computing & Simulation
Realising the Unlimited Possibilities of Quantum Probabilities
What if we could build devices to help researchers, entrepreneurs, and policymakers solve problems that our current computers or supercomputers would need decades – or even centuries – to answer? Quantum computers have the potential to provide computational power that, for example, could help scientists better model climate change, create new drugs and medical treatments and solve complex logistical problems to speed deliveries and save fuel. Quantum simulators can help scientists study quantum systems and solve specific problems in quantum physics that are difficult to solve with classical computing
Quantum computers and quantum simulators rely on quantum-mechanical phenomena to make complex calculations. That gives them the potential to solve certain types of problems – such as factoring large numbers and simulating chemical and quantum systems – much faster than classical computers.
At QDNL, we’re building a collaborative community dedicated to turning this quantum potential into real-world solutions. Through our Quantum Inspire program, QDNL members – from across industries, disciplines and pursuits – have the chance to tap the power of our quantum computers and quantum simulators to explore solutions to society's biggest challenges and reveal truths hidden in science’s deepest mysteries.
As a member of our community, you will not only be boosting European innovation and competitiveness and guarding its technological sovereignty, but helping usher in tomorrow’s global quantum era.
Interested in helping us start the quantum revolution? Reach out to a QDNL expert to learn more about joining our quantum community.
At Quantum Delta NL, we animate our mission through distinct Catalyst programmes and Action Lines – decisive initiatives designed to seize opportunities in quantum, each defined by well-articulated goals, aspirations, and strategies.
News & Events
Quantum Delta NL's First SME Project "SPIKE" officially kicks-off in Eindhoven
Colloquium Series: Engaging audiences in conversations about quantum science and technology through metaphors
QDNL and UK Government sign MoU for Cooperation in Quantum Tech
Qphox announces an integrated microwave-to-optics interface for scalable quantum computing
Guido Paola takes us on a “journey” to fulfill QDNL’s Intellectual Property ambitions
European Commission DG Roberto Viola Visits Quantum Delta NL and QuTech