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IQM is a leading quantum computing hardware company and a key player in Europe’s vibrant quantum ecosystem. Our key partners are involved in groundbreaking work to accelerate superconducting quantum circuits and quantum computing. IQM also benefits from access to world-class infrastructure for low-temperature physics, fabrication, and high-performance computing.
IQM also has the largest industrial hardware team of world-class quantum experts in Europe with over 640+ scientific publications and over 27000 citations.



Optica (formerly OSA), Advancing Optics and Photonics Worldwide, is the society dedicated to promoting the generation, application, archiving and dissemination of knowledge in the field. Founded in 1916, it is the leading organization for scientists, engineers, business professionals, students and others interested in the science of light. Optica’s renowned publications, meetings, online resources and in-person activities fuel discoveries, shape real-life applications and accelerate scientific, technical and educational achievement.

NOKIA Bell Labs

Nokia Bell Labs is the world-renowned industrial research arm of Nokia, having invented many of the foundational technologies that underpin information and communications networks and all digital devices and systems. The Nokia Bell Labs innovation engine accelerates technology development for Nokia’s core service provider and enterprise businesses, while also researching the fundamental technologies that will shape future society. Over its more than 90-year history, Nokia Bell Labs research breakthroughs have produced nine Nobel Prizes, five Turing Awards and numerous other international awards.


At Qblox, with a dedicated team of scientists, engineers and developers, we are pushing quantum technology to support scientists worldwide with our scalable and low-latency qubit control equipment. We are the sole providers of quantum control stacks that can be easily integrated with our customers’ quantum computers. The stacks combine unlevelled noise performance, low-latency arbitrary control flows and can be scaled up to 100s of qubits. Our company is based in the Netherland and a spinoff of QuTech, which enables us to implement the latest scientific insights and take a position upfront in the worldwide race towards quantum advantage.


Quantum Phi

Quantum Phi s.r.o. is a small consulting, analytics, educational and research company from Prague, the Czech Republic. We focus on full-spectrum quantum technologies research and applications and their connection to other deep technologies. For example, among our customers is Tensor Ventures having a pre-seed investment in QC82. Our experts also have advanced experiences with quantum technology research in the defence, space, and security sectors.

Media Partners

The Quantum Insider

The Quantum Insider (TQI) is the leading online resource dedicated exclusively to making Quantum Technology accessible through news, information, media and data. The business provides daily news updates, interviews and content. Through its subsidiaries, it provides marketing, consulting and data support for its customers.  

Supporting Partners

Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU)

The Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) is one of the largest and oldest technical universities in Europe. According to Methodology 2017+, CTU occupies first place in the rankings for technical universities in the Czech Republic. Building on a long tradition in research and education in quantum physics, since 2020 it is providing the unique study programme Quantum Technologies, comprised of specialised bachelor and masters, as well as a PhD programme.

Quantum Technology Education (QTEdu)

The purpose of the Quantum Technology Education project is to assist the European Quantum Flagship with the creation of the learning ecosystem necessary to inform and educate society about quantum technologies. The goal is that a quantum-ready society, with knowledge about and positive attitudes towards quantum technologies, will enable the emergence of a quantum-ready workforce. The quantum community, in their Strategic Research Agenda, called for this CSA due to an immediate need for coordinated public education and outreach efforts at all levels ranging from schools, through universities, and up to the working environment and general public. The current QTEdu CSA was founded as a result of the European call “FETFLAG-07-2020 Training and Education on Quantum Technologies” and runs from September 2020 to August 2022. Quantum Eastern Europe is organised within QTEdu’s “QAREER” pilot project.

Institute of Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Hungary

Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) is Hungary’s leading technical university, with 8 faculties and 76 departments, and 1,200 lecturers teaching 5,000 subjects and 10,000 courses each semester. The BME Institute of Physics (BMEPhysics) is a key contributor to the Quantum Information National Laboratory (QNL), Hungary’s national quantum science and technology programme. Activities of BMEPhysics include experimental research in quantum electronics, quantum control, quantum optics, theory research of quantum devices and quantum information, as well as numerous university courses in quantum science and technology

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