© Copyright Quantum.Amsterdam | 2020
Quantum.Amsterdam and its strong knowledge partners provide a gateway for the industry to top-quality scientists, engineers, students, and entrepreneurs. With a unique focus on quantum software applications and strong business themes, like finance, quantum chemistry & materials, operations research, and security, the hub has the ambition and drive to bridge the gap between these industry areas and knowledge.
By supporting collaboration between major international companies and knowledge partners, the hub is increasingly becoming a source of new technology and know-how. To stimulate these research and development partnerships, and match talent with companies, the hub organizes industry networking events that expose industry to new quantum technologies.
QuSoft is working together with the Bosch Group in a two-year collaboration. The goal is to investigate potential quantum computing use cases at Bosch. The topics range from optimization, which has many applications in product design and logistics, to machine learning. The collaboration involves an exploratory study of the use cases, as well as in-depth analysis and proof-of-concept simulations of the most promising applications.
Project DisQover is a two-year collaboration between QuSoft and ABN AMRO that explores potential applications of quantum computing in the financial industry. DisQover aims to do the following: identify the complex computing problems ABN AMRO is currently tackling or would like to tackle in the near future as part of the financial services they provide, and research if and how these problems can be solved more efficiently on a quantum computer.
Knowledge partner QuSoft and business partner Atos joined forces in a new collaborative course “Quantum in Business and Society”. Quantum in Business and Society discusses the benefits that quantum technology can offer, but also the dangers.
The focus is on developing new use cases, engaging business markets & the challenges and knowledge gaps that companies are currently experiencing. It teaches students to transform academic knowledge into useful use cases for business.
Frederik Kerling, Senior Quantum Expert at Atos and Koen Groenland, Quantum innovation Officer at Quantum.Amsterdam are teaching this new course at the University of Amsterdam to give students a clear picture about the impact that future quantum computers will have on industry and society.
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.