Berlin quantum technology community introduces itself

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09/16/2020 16:19

Berlin quantum technology community introduces itself

Anja Wirsing Pressestelle des Forschungsverbundes Berlin e.V.
Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V.

    In September a new brochure with portraits of companies and institutions from various fields of quantum technologies (QT) in Berlin and Brandenburg has been published. This overview includes university research groups as well as non-university research institutes, start-ups and the branch offices of established companies. On 50 pages, the participating stakeholders and their specialized know-how are presented. The brochure also offers a detailed analysis of the regional strengths and market prospects. Interested parties not only get an overview of the QT focal points in the region, but also contact persons for future collaborations.

    The "Innovationsforum Photonische Quantentechnologien" InnoQT took place in Berlin in early March 2020. Nearly 90 participants from universities, research institutes and small and medium-sized enterprises took advantage of the kick-off event to present their activities in quantum technology and to discuss possibilities for cooperation. The new brochure is one of the results.

    Dr. Markus Krutzik from the Joint Lab Integrated Quantum Sensors at Ferdinand-Braun-Institut describes the network's mission as follows: "Our goal is to establish efficient alliances of industry and science along the value chains. This ranges from photonic components to systems and QT applications".

    The brochure is available for download on https://www.qt-berlin.de.

    Press contact:
    Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik (FBH)
    Petra Immerz
    Tel. +49 30 6392-2626
    E-Mail petra.immerz@fbh-berlin.de


    Contact for scientific information:

    Innovationsforum Photonische Quantentechnologien InnoQT:

    Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik (FBH)
    Dr. Markus Krutzik
    Projekt Manager
    Tel. +49 30 63922594
    Tel. +49 30 20934814
    E-Mail markus.krutzik@fbh-berlin.de


    Original publication:

    https://www.fbh-berlin.de/fileadmin/downloads/Quantum_Technology/InnoQT_2020_Web...


    More information:

    https://www.qt-berlin.de
    https://www.fbh-berlin.de/en/research/quantum-technology/integrated-quantum-sens...


    Criteria of this press release:
    Business and commerce, Journalists, Scientists and scholars
    Economics / business administration, Information technology, Materials sciences, Physics / astronomy
    regional
    Scientific conferences, Scientific Publications
    English


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