The European Commission and the European Space Agency jointly organize a one-day workshop in Brussels on the 30th September 2019, on “Quantum Communication Infrastructure for Europe – Space Segment”. It will take place in the premises of the European Commission in Brussels (DG GROW main building).
The European Commission organises a meeting in Brussels on Friday 12th July to discuss the Policy White Paper on Quantum Technologies in Space, more specifically the Quantum Communication part, which was finalised during the QTSpace meeting in Munich of June 6th. The White Paper is part of QTSpace activities /policy-white-papers-on-quantum-technologies-for-space/.
The “Quantum Spaceship” consists of a network of scientists and industrial partners as well as of an Advisory Board (/the-quantum-spaceship/). It will meet to discuss and finalize the Policy White Paper on QT in Space, which will be subsequently handed over to the EC. The goal is to present a
The goal of the meeting is to foster the formation of a consortium to push the future implementation of a space mission to test the foundations of physics. Particular effort will be put on discussing necessary technology developments in the handling of high-mass test particles and in assuring the required
The focus of the workshop is on the application of Quantum Computing for downstream data processing and Earth Observation data exploitation. It aims to prepare the ground for the opportunities that will be presented when the quantum community will be able to produce software for quantum-enhanced optimisation problems of direct
The workshop will bring together experts in the fields of matter wave interferometry, levitated optomechanics, and microgravity research to explore prove of principle and technology testing capabilities for future quantum technologies in space based on large-mass matter wave interferometry. Therefore the workshop aligns perfectly with the agenda of WG2&3 of