It is now widely understood that the mastery of deep technologies will determine the future prosperity of countries and regions across the world. Quantum technologies have a special role to play in this regard, as their disruptive potential is outstanding and will have fundamental implications for society and the economy as a whole.
By moving towards a digital society, data is increasingly becoming the lifeblood of our economy. With our portfolio of quantum research projects, we contribute to keeping Europe at the forefront of the second quantum revolution now unfolding worldwide.
Our current R&I activities are mainly structured around two primary domains: Quantum Computing and Quantum Simulations. These application domains build on a common basis of Fundamental Science, with top research institutions and companies spread across Europe delivering novel ideas, tools, methods, and processes.