Welcome to Munich Quantum Valley

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.

Public Annual Report 2023

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Latest News

Special exhibition "Light and Matter" opens at the Deutsches Museum

On 18 June 2024, the special exhibition "Light and Matter", which was developed in cooperation with the Munich Center for Quantum Science and Technology (MCQST), opened at the Deutsches Museum. Scheduled to run until the end of 2025, visitors to the exhibition can learn about the basics of quantum optics starting today.


Leibniz Supercomputing Centre hosts Germany's first hybrid quantum computer

At the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre, a quantum computer based on superconducting qubits has been successfully connected to the SuperMUC-NG supercomputer. Initial tests show that the two technologies work together, enabling hybrid quantum computing. Today, the system has been formally unveiled.

 


planqc selected to join World Economic Forum as Technology Pioneer 2024

As announced today, the MQV start-up has been selected to join the World Economic Forum’s Innovator Communities in the Technology Pioneers 2024 Cohort.

 


Munich Quantum Valley at the Bavarian State Representation in Berlin

Under the motto "Impulses from Bavaria", the Bavarian State Ministry of Science and the Arts invited guests to the Bavarian State Representation in Berlin to present the Hightech Agenda Bavaria. Munich Quantum Valley supported the evening with a booth.

 


Ceremonial inauguration of the quantum key exchange system at OTH Regensburg

The Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule (OTH) Regensburg is one of the first universities in Germany to receive a quantum key exchange system. The system, which was acquired as part of a Munich Quantum Valley (MQV) research professorship, was officially inaugurated this Wednesday by Markus Blume, Minister of State for Science and the Arts.

Spotlight

MQV In Persona update

Read our latest portrait of computer scientist Theodora Drăgan.

Upcoming Events

FORSCHA 2024

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Visit us 28–30 June at the "FORSCHA" at Deutsches Museum Verkehrszentrum!


Festival on the Museum Island

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Deutsches Museum, Museumsinsel

Visit us 29–30 June at the Festival on the Museum Island that is part of the Festival of the Future organized by Deutsches Museum and 1E9.


AM x Quantum Innovation Day

Register for the AM x Quantum Innovation Day to learn more about the exciting future of additive manufacturing within quantum technologies!


Munich Quantum Alumni Summer Networking Meet-up


MPI of Quantum Optics | Herbert Walther Lecture Hall

Join the Munich Quantum Alumni networking meet-up to (re)connect with colleagues and fellow alumni!


2024 IEEE Quantum Week

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Also in 2024 MQV will have a strong contribution to the IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering (QCE), this time also accompanied by an MQV booth (#309) on the exhibitors floor.