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  • New opening for basic research into quantum materials

    May 13 marks a milestone for Hamburg’s quantum ecosystem. The new building of the Max Planck Society was officially opened …

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  • HQIC at Mix and Mingle

    Mix and Mingle with HQIC as special guest We will be there the next two times as a special guest …

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  • 2. Quantum Brown Bag – Potential of quantum computing for improved shipping and maritime logistics

    Potential of quantum computing for improved shipping and maritime logistics Dr.-Ing. Anisa Rizvanolli Datum: 30. April 2. Quantum Brown Bag …

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  • Quantum Brownbag – Kick Off

    First Quantum Brownbag Last month we invited you to the first Quantum Brown Bag. We were delighted that so many …

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  • European Quantum Technology Summer School

    This summer, we’re offering a unique opportunity for students. In collaboration with NRW and French and Dutch quantum technology initiatives, …

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  • Deepening Collaboration in Quantum Technologies

    Last week, we had the pleasure of welcoming Dr. Ulrich Mans from Quantum Delta NL in Hamburg. This visit marks …

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  • Shaping the Future of Quantum Technologies in Hamburg

    On January 25, 2024, a pivotal planning meeting for “Training- and Transfer-Labs in Quantum Technologies” in the future “DESY Innovation …

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  • How are quantum technologies funded in Hamburg?

    Dr. Carsten Lohmann is Head of OU Innovation Promotion at the Hamburgische Investitions- und Förderbank. We spoke to him to …

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  • Quantum Readiness

    We are delighted to invite you to our upcoming event Quantum Readiness: Funding and Application Opportunities in the Hamburg Metropolitan …

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  • Use Case – Sustainability

    Achieving the climate target of 1.5 degrees Celsius, as set out in the Paris Agreement, is an enormous challenge. However, …

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  • Use Case – Aviation

    Aviation is facing major challenges: With emissions of 905 million tons of CO2 in 2018, it is responsible for 2.4% …

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  • Quantum Summit – Berlin

    Quantum Computing isn’t just a future trend anymore – it’s here to stay and promising to solve problems that are …

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  • HQIC x DLR

    “Hamburg is making great strides in the field of quantum technology and is expected to play a strong role in …

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  • Artificial Intelligence Center Hamburg (ARIC) and Logistik-Initiative Hamburg agree on cooperation in the field of artificial intelligence and quantum technology.

    The Artificial Intelligence Center Hamburg (ARIC) and the Logistics Initiative Hamburg have concluded a cooperation agreement for future collaboration. Within …

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  • Let’s chat(GPT) about Quantum Technologies 

    As quantum enablers, we are curious how well ChatGPT performs as interlocutor or even source for information on quantum topics.

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  • First Hamburg Quantum Network Meeting a complete success

    The Hamburg Quantum Innovation Capital (hqic) invited to the First Hamburg Quantum Network Meeting. Actors from Hamburg’s quantum technology ecosystem provided insights into their research…

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  • DLR awards contracts for quantum computers with a total volume of €208.5 million

    Hamburg’s science and business location wins forward-looking contract to build quantum computers: The German Aerospace Center (DLR) is funding the …

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  • Senate approves 34 million euro package of measures

    The Hamburg Senate today approved a four-part package of measures with a volume of around 34.1 million euros to strengthen the quantum computing ecosystem in Hamburg.

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  • Funding for secure and reliable transmission of quantum data

    A consortium coordinated at the University of Hamburg is receiving almost one million euros in funding for the development of practical quantum networks.

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  • 4.9 million euros for the calculation of flows

    A consortium led by Prof. Dr. Dieter Jaksch from UHH is receiving funding of 4.9 million euros for the calculation of fluid flows using quantum technology.

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  • Hamburg on the way to becoming a Quantum Innovation Capital

    How can the optimal path of millions of containers be calculated almost in real time? Which combinations of active ingredients …

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  • Researchers at the University of Hamburg build quantum computers

    Quantum computers promise considerable advantages over classical digital computers for certain tasks. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research is …

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