Aiming to showcase the different projects and scientists behind the Quantum Flagship, the initiative has launched a series of short interview clips explaining key activities of the individual research endeavours.
In one of the latest additions to this series, OpenSuperQ coordinator, Frank Wilhelm-Mauch, tells us a little bit more about the project’s ambitious goal to design, build and operate a quantum super computer with up to 100 qubits.
Watch the Flagship video introducing OpenSuperQ here
The Quantum Flagship was launched in 2018 as one of the largest and most ambitious research initiatives of the European Union. With a budget of at least €1 billion and a duration of 10 years, the flagship brings together research institutions, academia, industry, enterprises, and policy makers, in a joint and collaborative initiative on an unprecedented scale.