German Federal Ministry of Education and Research Announces Quantum Systems Program

The Quantum Insider can announce that research funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) has just been published in a report.

Entitled Quantum Systems (forschungsprogramm quantensysteme), the mission of the research program is to take Germany to the top of the European group in quantum computing and quantum sensors over the next decade and to improve Germany’s competitiveness in quantum systems.

The 56-page report details how the BMBF is creating a common umbrella for successful research funding in photonics and quantum technologies over the next ten years. As the leader within the federal government for research policy in quantum systems, the BMBF intends to strategically and long-term promote technology transfer and the expansion of ecosystems in this area. The funding follows the mission of the research program: to lead Germany to the top of the world in the European network in quantum computing and quantum sensors in the next decade and expand Germany’s competitiveness in quantum systems. The aim is also to secure technological sovereignty and use the opportunities offered by quantum systems for a modern and sustainable economy and society.

About the Federal Ministry of Education and Research

The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is a cabinet-level ministry of Germany. Founded in 1955, it is headquartered in Bonn, with an office in Berlin. The Ministry provides funding for research projects and institutions and sets general educational policy. It also provides student loans in Germany.




James Dargan
James Dargan
James Dargan is a contributor at The Quantum Daily. His focus is on the QC startup ecosystem and he writes articles on the space that have a tone accessible to the average reader

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