‘Hope is strengthened’, says physicist Tommaso Calarco, one of the driving forces behind the EU’s €1B Quantum flagship. Start-ups are beginning ‘to sprout like mushrooms’
The EU’s €1B ten-year Quantum Technologies Flagship finally got off the ground with the award of €132M spread across 20 projects. But is it too little, too late?
It’s early days for full-scale quantum computers, but researchers claim there is an ‘immediate danger’ of Europe falling behind. ‘The heat is on - we have to react,’ says Jürgen Mlynek, chair of the project’s steering committee
The focus is on developing a quantum computer with much greater computing power than the best supercomputers of today
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