Collaborative project of quantum computer developers

New ATIQ project with funding from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research has a total volume of EUR 44.5 million (December, 2021)

Photo/©: QUANTUM / JGU

Quantum computers promise unprecedented computing power for applications where conventional data processors based on "zeros and ones" fail. In the new Trapped-Ion Quantum Computer for Applications project, 25 partners from research institutions are now working together with industrial partners to develop quantum computer demonstrators implemented together with users of quantum computers. The partners will tackle major technical challenges to realize quantum computer demonstrators made in Germany and to facilitate 24/7 access for users.

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Contact: Professor Dr. Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler, Quantenbit group, QUANTUM, Institute of Physics, JGU

The ATIQ project is an extension of the IQuAn project.

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