The transition from the digital to the quantum state enables new solutions for previously unsolved problems. The connections to microelectronics and software topics are manifold. Reason enough to dedicate a separate topic island to „Quantum Technologies“. On this island, we deal with the most urgent questions of this future topic. Where are the links to traditional computing? Which backgrounds from the hardware and software point of view must be addressed in the coming years? Which fields of application and industries will benefit first or most? In various formats, we will delve into these questions with experts from science to production, all of them well-known innovators, developers and decision-makers.
And live at the Silicon Saxony Day: The first mobile quantum computer from Saxony!
So let`s CONNECT.EXCHANGE.GROW.
Supporting Sherlock Holmes: How to solve an optimization problem using a quantum computer - Dr. Thorsten Mühge - IBM Deutschland GmbH
Quantum technologies in Saxony - Overview of players and competences - Dr. Nadine May - DLR Projektträger
Quantum chips for quantum computers with ion traps – What is the state of the art, where is the journey going? - Dr. Steffen Kurth - Fraunhofer ENAS
The DLR Quantum Computing Initiative - Dr. Dominik Saile - Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR)
First in the world: mobile quantum computer from Saxony - Jan Meijer - University Leipzig / SaxonQ