Munich Quantum Valley (MQV) promotes quantum science and quantum technologies in Bavaria with the primary goal of developing and operating competitive quantum computers. It connects research, industry, funders, and the public: Munich Quantum Valley promotes an efficient knowledge transfer from research to industry, establishes a network with international reach and provides educational offers for schools, universities and companies. Munich Quantum Valley is supported by the Bavarian state government with funds from the Hightech Agenda Bayern Plus.
Munich Quantum Valley took part in two conferences in the first week of March: At the DPG Spring Meeting of the Atomic, Molecular, Quantum Optics and Photonics Section (SAMOP) in Hannover as well as at the March Meeting of the American Physical Society (APS March Meeting) in Las Vegas, MQV presented itself with a booth.
Quantum computers could solve problems beyond the capabilities of current classical computers. In parallel, powerful quantum technologies pose a new threat to security systems. The symposium Quantum Computing meets Cyber Security brings together experts to discuss cyber security issues.
Listen to a podcast [in German] with our Scientific Director Rainer Blatt about quantum computing in practice.
Come and see us in Dresden!
This year, Munich Quantum Valley is once again taking part in Girls'Day.
Munich Quantum Valley (MQV), University of the Bundeswehr Munich (UniBW) and Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich (LMU) will bring together researchers and cyber security representatives to discuss cyber risks and cyber defense in the age of quantum computers.
We will be part of the World of Quantum at Messe Munich in June 2023.