QuTech is the advanced research center for Quantum Computing and Quantum Internet, a collaboration founded in 2014 by Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO). Within TU Delft, both the Faculty of Applied Sciences (AS) and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Sciences (EEMCS) are involved in QuTech. Within TNO, the departments Quantum Technology, Radar Technology, Optics, Optomechatronics, Nano Instrumentation and Distributed Sensor Systems contribute to QuTech.
QuTech addresses scientific challenges as well as engineering issues in a joint center of know-how with industrial partners. QuTech is organized along Roadmaps. Much of the activities occur within roadmaps with general support organized centrally.
QuTech Faculty towards ~ 30 members (scientists)
Management and staff
Scientific Director: Ronald Hanson
Management Support staff ~ 15
Technical staff ~ 20
Leo DiCarlo, Lieven Vandersypen, Garrelt Alberts, Stephanie Wehner, Michael Wimmer, Menno Veldhorst
Management Team: implemantations and strategic decisions
QuTech Faculty: strategic discussions
QuTech Tech: technical issues/developments
Public TransportIf you are coming by public transport, take the train or bus to Delft Central Station. The following buses travel between Delft Central Station and building 22.
Bus 40: get off at bus stop “Aula TU”
Bus 69: get off at bus stop “Aula TU”
Bus 121: get off at bus stop “Aula TU”
Bus 174: get off at bus stop “Aula TU”
For more information see Journey planner 9292.
By CarThe TU Campus is easily accessible by car via the A13, exit Delft/Pijnacker and exit Delft Zuid/TU-wijk.