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19 July 2019Japan-Netherlands Quantum Conference: Register before 12 August
Dutch researchers have been working with Japanese scientists and companies for decades, with the development of the first flux qubit in 2003 as the most striking example. To further strengthen the collaborations, a second Japan-Netherlands Quantum Conference is planned for 16-17 September in Delft. The conference offers the opportunity to leading scientists of both countries to present their new work in plenary talks and a poster session. There also will…
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08 July 2019Reading out qubits 100 times faster than before: new step towards the quantum computer
An operational quantum computer will require a quick, reliable and scalable read-out of the…
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26 June 2019Quantum technology for secure banking: QuTech teams up with ABN AMRO
“A unique opportunity to test concrete and real applications in practice" Today, QuTech and…
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29 October

Inside Quantum Technology EUROPE

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Our focus areas: what we are working on

QuTech aims to develop scalable prototypes of a quantum computer and inherently safe quantum internet based on superposition and entanglement, by bringing world-class scientists, engineers, and industry together in an inspiring environment.

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Mission-driven research

QuTech is a mission-driven research centre for quantum computing and quantum internet that aims to develop scalable prototypes of a quantum computer and inherently safe quantum internet based on superposition and entanglement, by bringing world-class scientists, engineers and industry together in an inspiring environment.

Quantum computing

Quantum computation is among the most far-reaching and challenging of quantum technologies. Based on quantum bits that can be zero and one at the same time. a quantum computer acts as a massive parallel device with an exponentially large number of computations taking place at the same time.

Quantum internet

The vision of a quantum internet is to fundamentally enhance internet technology by enabling quantum communication between any two points on Earth. Such a quantum internet may operate in parallel to the internet that we have today, and connect quantum processors in order to achieve capabilities that are provably impossible using only classical means.