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Cambridge Quantum Computing is new associated partner of PlanQK

The British company Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is a new associated partner of PlanQK. With its approach of an open platform, PlanQK intends to support the international exchange of specialists in the area of quantum-assisted artificial intelligence.

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The Federal Chancellor as guest of PlanQK

StoneOne and the University of Stuttgart presented the new project PlanQK (Platform and Ecosystem for Quantum-Assisted Artificial Intelligence) to a broad public for the first time at the Digital Summit in Dortmund on October 28 and 29. A physical quantum

PlanQK is part of the Quantum Landscape Outlook 2021

In the „Quantum Landscape Outlook 2021“, PlanQK is listed as a lighthouse project of the German research and development landscape in the field of quantum computing. Particular emphasis is placed on the focus of the applicability of quantum computing. The

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Kick-off in Stuttgart: The PlanQK consortium takes off

At the end of January, the representatives of all 15 consortium partners of the new funding project PlanQK (Platform and Ecosystem for Quantum-Assisted Artificial Intelligence) met for the first time for a 2-day kick-off at the University of Stuttgart. About

ControlExpert is new associated partner of PlanQK

The company ControlExpert is now an associated partner of PlanQK. As an expert in the field of automotive claims management, the goal is to find ways in which quantum-assisted artificial intelligence can support these activities.

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Events: The webinar offer in the 2nd quarter

Not only against the background of the current corona crisis we want to keep the community online up to date and report on new trends and developments. 

The first webinar on 14.4. at 11:00 a.m. is specifically aimed at associated …

PlanQK Consortium Meeting in March 2021

In March, the PlanQK consortium met again for a virtual consortium meeting. In addition to an overview of current work, the focus was on the orchestration of quantum-classical applications.

Highlight of the event was the official introduction and welcome of