Symposium: €615 million for Quantum. Proposed, Approved, Action!

It was exciting to learn that €615 million is awarded to Quantum Delta NL to accelerate Quantum Technology with the proposal fully accepted. But what will be done with this large amount of money? To answer this question Quantum.Amsterdam is happy to announce its next online symposium: €615 million for Quantum. Proposed, Approved, Action! 

Imagine you receive €500 million with total freedom to spend it on any quantum project. Now also imagine an unlimited pool of experts and resources, and no discussions on priorities as you are the one who sets them. The race towards quantum supremacy is on. It’s exciting to witness who will be the first with a 4000 qubit quantum computer. But do you want to join the race or are you going to disrupt the World with something else?

Important questions arise when you have €615 million. What would you develop? Who do you want to be involved with? Where would you go? And by the way, is €615 million enough? Listen to what experts with long track records think, what they envision and what they would do. 

Quantum.Amsterdam presents Florian Schreck, Jaya Baloo, Harry Buhrman and Gilles Brassard on this elusive topic where you will get the chance to not only listen, but also to interact with these distinguished experts.

The event will take place on May 12, 2021 at 14:30. Registration is only via https://www.meetup.com/nl-NL/quantum-amsterdam/. Make sure to confirm your spot as soon as possible! After registration you will receive the online link in the week of the event. 

Three hours about the future of quantum – sometimes something comes along that you simply cannot resist. See you there!

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