Roadshow Netherlands Quantum Delta NL
On May 18, 9:00-12:00NL / 16:00-19:00JP we organized an online Roadshow Event introducing the Netherlands Quantum Delta NL (QDNL), with focus on quantum computers including hardware and software. During the event, we reached a massive audience, consisting of over 120 Japanese participants from governmental institutions, industry and knowledge institutes. The event proved to be a great first step regarding the physical Innovation Mission on Quantum-Photonics-Nano from the Netherlands to Japan in the week of 10 October 2022 (see here for more information, in Dutch).
Missed the event? Don’t worry, you are in luck! Click here to watch a recording of the roadshow. The required passcode = ewM5J0@h.
QDNL consists of five major quantum hubs and several universities and research centres, which are all connected. The hubs are collaborating on innovation by bringing together top-quality scientists, engineers, students and entrepreneurs, working together on the frontier of quantum technology.
Quantum Delta NL is kicking off three ambitious catalyst programmes (quantum computer, quantum internet, quantum sensors) designed to accelerate the process of introducing quantum technology to the market and to society. The aim is to provide easy access to quantum networks, computers and simulators, lowering the threshold to development and testing. The programmes have a cohesive function, bringing together the various technologies and action lines, various ecosystem actors, and the scientific and user communities.
In April 2021, Quantum Delta NL was awarded 615 Million Euro from the Netherlands National Growth Fund to accelerate quantum technology.
The event is part of a series of bilateral events, with the purpose to deepen mutual understanding of strengths and ambitions in the Netherlands and Japan in the fields of Quantum-Photonics-Nanotechnology. Both countries have ambitions to strengthen their relations in these fields. To address the crossovers, we invite professionals from these three areas to all the events. The series of events paves the way to a (hopefully) physical Innovation Mission 10-14 October 2022, to capitalize on the results and come to bilateral partnerships.