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Presidency event on Quantum Technology

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Malta is holding a Presidency event, in cooperation with the Commission, to inform the community about the status of the preparation of the Quantum Technology (QT) Flagship and to promote its objectives. The high level experts group will present its first recommendations towards the QT Flagship. It will be a key contribution to the definition of the research topics for the first three years of the Flagship, starting in 2018. At the event, several countries intend to announce important national initiatives that complement very well the European strategy.
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Feb
2017
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Corinthia Palace Hotel and Spa, Balzan (Malta)

In April 2016, the Commission adopted the European Cloud Initiative, announcing its plan to launch a Quantum Technology (QT) Flagship initiative worth one billion Euros of joint public/private investment over the next 10 years.  This has also been announced during the Dutch Presidency event "Quantum Europe: a New Era of Technology" in May 2016.

The objective of the QT Flagship initiative is to reinforce European scientific leadership and excellence in quantum research, and to turn results into concrete technological opportunities that can be taken up by industry. The Flagship is still in its preparatory phase, driven by a high level experts group appointed by the Commission, chaired by Professor Mlynek and gathering 24 distinguished members (half from academia, half from industry) from all over Europe.

How to participate

Participation of the conference is by invitation only. If you would like to participate, but did not yet receive an invitation email, please contact us.

QuantERA Proposers' Day on 16 February

QuantERA (a network of 32 organisations from 26 countries, co-funded by the Commission) is supporting international research projects in the field of Quantum Technologies, with a budget up to 34 M EUR.

QuantERA organises on the 16 February afternoon a Proposers' Day in Malta to allow researchers to exchange ideas in order to form/strengthen consortia for project proposals for its call 2017.

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