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Quantum Delta NL, the public-private foundation that was launched in 2020 with the mandate to coordinate and execute the Netherland’s National Agenda for Quantum Technology (NAQT), has been awarded €615 million from the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy to power the advancement of quantum technology. This gives a tremendous boost to quantum research and development in the Amsterdam ecosystem. Read more >
Quantum.Amsterdam, founded by the Dutch research center for quantum software and applications QuSoft, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica and The University of Amsterdam, is the gateway to the quantum world for companies to explore and develop quantum software, technology and new applications.
The hub’s mission is to connect academia, industry and society in a quantum ecosystem in the Amsterdam region by facilitating knowledge exchanges and innovation.
We prepare companies for the quantum age by providing in-depth knowledge about this fascinating technology and by helping to identify and validate high-impact use cases. Building on the strong research infrastructure in Amsterdam, we can set up joint research and development projects with our scientific partners to create new quantum applications for your company.
As one of the five innovation hubs of Quantum Delta NL, Quantum.Amsterdam acts as liaison to the national quantum activities as described in the national agenda on quantum technology and beyond.
Joint research with knowledge partners
One-stop shop: training, research facilities and tooling
Support in creating high-potential start-ups
Hotspot for talent
WORKSHOP GENERAL AWARENESS QUANTUM COMPUTING
The new monthly workshop General Awareness Quantum Computing addresses the need for companies to explore and develop quantum software and new applications. To create an education and awareness program The Dutch Payments Association, the Dutch Banking Association and the three major Dutch banks ABN AMRO, ING and Rabobank asked QuSoft and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) for collaboration, within the Quantum.Amsterdam innovation hub.
Quantum.Amsterdam organizes monthly networking opportunities to exchange knowledge in an accessible way about the latest developments in quantum technology.
Every two months there is a meet-up for a wide audience, which everyone can attend for free. And every other month there is a business meet-up for companies involved in quantum computing.
The program of Quantum.Amsterdam’s meet-up events will be announced during the Business & Society Day of QuSoft’s one-month lustrum event.
Quantum.Amsterdam Knowledge Partners
Quantum.Amsterdam Knowledge Partners
ABN AMRO AND QUSOFT
Since October 2019, QuSoft and ABN AMRO have been working together on the DisQover project. Future quantum computers may be highly suitable tools for processing and monitoring financial transaction data. In this collaboration, both parties are exploring the potential of quantum computers in finance.
BOSCH AND QUSOFT
Bosch and QuSoft have joined forces to examine how quantum computing could benefit this multinational. Lines of research include quantum computing’s potential applications in design processes and artificial intelligence, as well as the technology’s capacity to speed up optimization processes.
Quantum.Amsterdam turns early ideas into concrete projects with clear deliverables and with the right partners. We encourage you to engage in a dialogue with us to establish a partnership and start building an innovative roadmap for quantum software and applications. This is the starting point for preparing your company for future quantum technologies.