Quandela devices at the core of the Moscow Quantum Computer

Quandela devices at the core of the Moscow Quantum Computer Massy,  November 25th, 2020 Last week, part of Quandela’s team was in Russia for the installation of optical qubit sources at Moscow State University. On site, the Moscow research team is developing a quantum computer on an optical chip and aims to achieve 50qubits using […]

Quandela announces its first fundraising with Quantonation and Bpifrance

First Fundraising with Quantonation and Bpifrance Paris,  July 21st, 2020  The startup Quandela has closed its first round table to develop unique, high-performance and reliable photonic qubit sources that are a technological building block for the creation of photonic quantum computers, secure quantum networks and ultra-precise sensors. This round was carried out with Quantonation, the […]

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PARTNERSHIP Quantum Dots for Photonic Quantum Information Technologies (QUDOT-TECH) is a Marie Curie Innovative Training Network involving 11 full partners (Beneficiaries) and 12 associated partners (Partner Organisations) from 8 different European countries. We aim at forming the new generation of scientists within quantum-dot based quantum technologies. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and innovation Programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No. 861097 Go to the website