Annual report 2021
We look back with pride on a year of personal and collective highlights. In April, we received the wonderful news that the full proposal of the Quantum Delta NL consortium was granted by the National Growth Fund. In October, Lieven Vandersypen received the Spinoza Award, the highest award in Dutch science. And in November, we launched the demonstrator platform Quantum Network Explorer, bringing the possibilities of quantum internet to everyone’s home. Throughout the year, we have witnessed strong growth of our local quantum ecosystem.
This report gives a brief overview of our organization, including research & engineering; collaboration & community building; education & outreach; and people & prizes.
Please click on the image to view the report online, or scroll down to our older annual reports below.
A digital magazine
Annual Report 2020
2020 has been a year of scientific and organizational highlights, but also a year of empty corridors and online meetings. It has required us to reinvent ourselves and it has been a challenging ride for everyone. We are particularly proud of the QuTech staff, who have been able to keep out institute working in such difficult times. Remote and on-site we have continued to pursue our mission: developing scalable prototypes of a quantum computer and an inherently safe quantum internet, based on the fundamental laws of quantum mechanics.
Excellent evaluation for QuTech
Evaluation Report 2019
An international review committee, chaired by professor Robbert Dijkgraaf, is ‘unreservedly positive about the success of QuTech in the past, and fully endorses the institute in the years to follow’. Dijkgraaf presented the evaluation report to TU Delft and TNO on Wednesday March 27, 2019.
A digital magazine
Annual report 2019
Every year, QuTech presents an annual report. In 2019, we’ve embraced the digital magazine format, allowing for a more interactive experience. Please click on the image to view the report online, or download our older annual reports below.