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To turn research efforts into applications and innovative business strategies, MQV brings together scientists and industry representatives in various projects and provides support for industry in several ways.
Start-ups in quantum technologies are supported by entrepreneurship measures providing advice, office and laboratory space as well as consultation for initial funding.
In close collaboration with federally funded projects, MQV develops and offers training and re-education programs on all aspects of quantum technologies for engineers and executives in industry, in order to create an interface between cutting-edge research and product development.
In the long run, a technology park will unite first-class development and fabrication capabilities at a single location, providing both start-ups and established companies with the necessary high-tech infrastructure for the production of quantum devices and the development of applications.
Industry news and events
Munich, June 28, 2022 – Quantum computing startup planqc today announced a financing round of EUR 4.6 mill ion led by UVC Partners and Speedinvest. With this funding, planqc will develop a highly scalable quantum computer operating at room temperature that is based on atoms trapped in optical lattices. planqc was founded by a team of scientists from the Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics and Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich and is the first startup to emerge from the Munich Quantum Valley, one of the leading quantum technology hubs in Europe.
From May 30 to June 3, a delegation of 10 of Canada’s top quantum firms are visiting Germany to develop R&D partnerships. The Embassy of Canada together with the MQV and the MCQST invite you to be a part of the exciting international exchange.
Munich Quantum Valley hosts a symposium which aims to bring together researchers and industry representatives from Europe and the United States to discuss the state of the art in quantum chemistry algorithms and to provide a critical overview of their potential applications on quantum computers.