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.
Today we celebrate the first anniversary of the foundation of the Munich Quantum Valley e.V. and look back on a successful year together with the Scientific Director of MQV, Prof. Rainer Blatt.
On this occasion, we are also releasing our first public annual report.
Funded by the Free State of Bavaria as part of Munich Quantum Valley (MQV), QuMeCo is set to explore new and better measurement and control methods for quantum systems and took up its work at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) beginning of January.
As part of the Bavarian State Government's Hightech Agenda Plus, the Bavarian State Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy (StMWi) supports innovative, company-driven collaborative projects within MQV.
Co-organised by MQV members at FAU and MPL in Erlangen, this Quromorphic workshop aims to bring together specialists on all of the various aspects of neuromorphic quantum computing.
Students from Israel and Germany are attending two one-week academies about quantum technologies in Tel-Aviv and Munich.