QSOLID

Quantum Computer in the Solid State


Description

Building a complete quantum computer based on cutting-edge German technology is the goal of the QSolid project. The project centres on quantum bits – or qubits for short – of very high quality, i.e. with a low error rate. The quantum computer will be integrated into Forschungszentrum Jülich’s supercomputing infrastructure at an early stage and will contain several next-generation superconducting quantum processors, including a “moonshot” system that has been proven to exceed the computing power of conventional computers. The first demonstrator will go into operation in mid-2024, and will make it possible to test applications as well as benchmarks for industry standards.

The QSolid project acknowledges the support of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) within the framework programme "Quantum technologies – from basic research to market".

Coordinator
Prof. Dr Frank Wilhelm-Mauch
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
Email
Programme
Other
Duration
60 months (January 2022 - December 2026)
Project funding
€ 76,300,000.00
Project partners
25
Project website
https://www.q-solid.de/
Download Factsheet
Your contact
Dr Cora Meyer
Senior Project Manager
Phone: +49 30 374415834
E-mail
About Eurice

Eurice offers knowledge-based consultancy services in project and innovation management.

Eurice Head Office
Heinrich-Hertz-Allee 1
66386 St. Ingbert
Germany
Phone: +49 6894 388130
Email
Eurice Berlin
Alt-Reinickendorf 25
13407 Berlin
Germany
Phone: +49 30 374415840
Email