https://quantumdelft.nl/TUQ/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/square.png372356Giulia La VolpeGiulia La Volpe2021-06-07 07:53:472021-06-07 08:16:06The Netherlands Builds National Headquarters For Quantum In Delft
Quantum technology startup QphoX has raised €2 million to bring its Quantum Modem to market in a move that will have a big impact on what can be achieved with this super-fast computing technology. The funding round was led by Quantonation, Speedinvest, and High-Tech Gründerfonds, with participation from TU Delft.
Startup Qblox has won the title of CES2021 Innovation Award honoree for their next generation of quantum control hardware: the Cluster Series. The award is a part of CES2021, the world’s most influential tech event.
Qblox has received an important investment for developing, testing and refining their Qblox control stack and launching their technology on a broader market. The UNIIQ investment “allows for a wider product launch, contributing to an acceleration in the scaling up of quantum computing”, according to co-founder and CEO of Qblox, Niels Bultink. The Mayor of the City of Delft, Marja van Bijsterveldt, announced the great news on her visit to Qblox today.
https://quantumdelft.nl/TUQ/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Qblox_investment_UNIIQ_credits_Daniel_Verkerk.jpg800800Aletta MeinsmaAletta Meinsma2020-07-07 15:21:382020-07-07 17:55:04Qblox receives UNIIQ-investment to develop their control stack
From the 29th of April onwards, startups and scale-ups can apply for a special bridging loan called the Corona-Overbruggingslening (COL). The loans are in the range of €50,000 and €2 million and are provided by the Regionale Ontwikkelingsmaatschappijen (ROM’s).
https://quantumdelft.nl/TUQ/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/COL-3.png300300Aletta MeinsmaAletta Meinsma2020-04-30 10:52:412020-05-03 08:55:22Special bridging loan for startups and scale-ups due to corona crisis
A new Delft-based quantum computing start-up, Orange Quantum Systems, was founded last week. They aim to share their know-how in building complex quantum computing systems with research groups worldwide and aim to help them develop quantum computing technology.
Startups and scaleups are battling with making sense of where to turn to for help concerning Covid-19. Techleap and France Digitale have worked together to coordinate this on an EU-scale, making it easier for companies to find all the crisis mitigation resources they need in one place. Useful resources and contacts for your startup and your employees in the Netherlands can be found in the Covid-19 start-up guide.
State Secretary Mona Keijzer announced that she will invest €23,5 million in quantum technologies over the next five years. This initial investment will be used to fund the high priority actions identified in September 2019 by the National Agenda on Quantum Technology.
QuTech Academy will launch a new professional course on EdX.org, called Quantum 101: Quantum Computing & Quantum Internet. In this course you will learn how quantum computers and a quantum internet work, what scientific principles are behind them, what kind of software and protocols are needed, and which disciplines of science and engineering are required to develop these.
Single Quantum is awarded with a EU grand for developing Superconducting Mass Spectrometry and Molecule Analysis. The project aims to innovate single molecule detection tools using advanced superconducting technology, laser methods and chemical synthesis. Read more on the website of Single Quantum.
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