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With the legacy of Niels Bohr, the Danish quantum research community is at the international forefront thanks to years of considerable investments into basic research and research infrastructure.

In January 2020, Danish quantum researchers took the initiative to form Danish Quantum Community.  Danish Quantum Community aims to increase knowledge of quantum technology, improve the opportunities for research and innovation in quantum technology and illustrate the applications of quantum technology. By uniting all national stakeholders we believe that we can create room for synergies across research institutions, industries, and funding bodies and thereby advance the development of quantum technologies in Denmark.

But why should one be interested in quantum technology? Because quantum technology provides the tools to solve the most important challenges humanity is facing. Quantum technology embraces a broad spectrum of novel enabling sensors, communication, and computing technologies. These all exploit entirely new physical modalities and will disrupt altogether the efficiency and security with which information is acquired, transmitted, and processed.

Applications are expected to pervade society e.g., by leaping forward in biological and medical imaging, surpassing computational barriers in pharma and chemistry, and countering cybersecurity threats. Furthermore, quantum technology is considered a key component for solving imminent global challenges relating to climate and sustainability. Quantum sensors and quantum communication technologies are currently the most mature emerging technologies and are already on the commercial market. While universal “quantum computers” for real-world applications may still be 10-15 years away, quantum computing carries by far the largest potential to impact and pervade society across all sectors.

Become a member of the Danish Quantum Community and join the quantum revolution.

BOARD
Jan W. Thomsen
Head of the Niels Bohr Institute and chair of Danish Quantum Community
Natasha Friis Saxberg
IT-Branchen and vice-chair in Danish Quantum Community
Rikke Hougaard Zeberg
Confederation of Danish Industry (DI)
Bent Dalager
KPMG P/S
Ulrich Hoff
Technical University of Denmark, Department of Physics (DTU)
Nikolaj Thomas Zinner
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Aarhus
Niels Herzog
Sparrow Quantum ApS
Charlotte Mark
Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen ApS
Jan Lillelund
IBM Denmark A/S
Matthias Christandl
Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Copenhagen
Basil Garabet
NKT Photonics A/S
Niels Gregersen
Technical University of Denmark, Department of Electrical Engineering (DTU)
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