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20 September 2019Senior HR adviseur QuTech
QuTech Binnen QuTech werken onderzoekers van TNO en van de TU Delft faculteiten EWI (Electrotechniek, Wiskunde en Informatica) en TNW (Technische Natuur Wetenschappen) in een internationale, inspirerende en vernieuwende werkomgeving met veel ruimte voor ambitie, ondernemerschap en innovatie. QuTech is georganiseerd in zogeheten Roadmaps: Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computing, Topological Quantum Computing, Quantum Internet and Computing, Shared Development en de QuTech Academy. Binnen deze missie-gedreven Roadmaps wordt nauw samengewerkt met internationale partners,…
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16 September 2019NATIONAL AGENDA ON QUANTUM TECHNOLOGY: the Netherlands as an international centre for Quantum Technology
KEY TECHNOLOGIES AS A SOLUTION TO SOCIETAL CHALLENGES State Secretary Mona Keijzer received the…
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12 September 2019Fully controllable and highly stable 10-qubit chip paves way for larger quantum processor
Researchers at QuTech have made an important advance towards functional quantum computers. They have…
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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.