Innovation Fund Denmark announces Quantum Technology Call

Quantum Technology Call opens for applications on August 10

Innovation Fund Denmark has just announced a Quantum Technology Call with a total budget of at least 116.3 million DKK (approx. 17 million USD).

The upcoming call will offer funding for foundational quantum research as well as partnerships with companies in all fields of quantum technology including hardware, materials, software, and algorithms.

The call aims to support both industry and research to promote research in applied quantum technologies and the potentials for commercialization of quantum technologies in Denmark.

Applications open on August 10th with an application deadline on October 5th. The call is a modified Grand Solutions call. Successful applicants can receive funding from 5 million DKK to 40 million DKK.

Read more about the call here: Innovation Fund website

Innovation Fund Denmark to announce a future EUREKA call

Further, Innovation Fund Denmark is currently looking into announcing an additional call EUREKA call in 2023.

EUREKA was established to foster innovation across borders. Today, the program has 47 countries and aims to support industry-led Research & Development while allowing for collaborations between partners from different countries.

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