CSIC participates through their Quantum Technologies Platform (QTEP), an ecosystem created to advance the field of quantum technologies, fostering training, research, and innovation for secure communication devices, computers, and sensors based on quantum phenomena. Their role will be to guide the definition of research project, provide infrastructure and train researchers and administrative staff, among others.
Internationally recognized research institute reference in quantum optics and quantum sensing, leaders in the cutting-edge Nitrogen-Vacancy centre technology from basic science to applications. UULM is also leading the creation of the Center of Quantum-Biosciences (Germany), and their experience perfectly matches with this proposal, serving as the perfect example to increase the capacities of the CoE. They will also guide the creation of joint PhD and MSc programmes.
The Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information of the Austrian Academy of Sciences focuses on theorical and experimental basic research in the areas of quantum optics and quantum information science. They will participate in the definition of research projects, provide research infrastructure and train researchers and administrative staff, among others.
The UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing (led by the University of Birmingham, UoB) brings together experts from Physics and Engineering around quantum imaging, sensing and metrology. Their main role will be to support the definition of research projects and foster the Tech Transfer and the dissemination actions. They will also participate sharing research infrastructure and training researchers and administrative staff, among others.
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