6 Jun/23
11:00 - 12:00 (CEST)

Quantum technologies today at CERN – tomorrow in industry



This event is organised by the CERN Knowledge Transfer Group in collaboration with Bayern Innovativ. Please check the full details here.

Cooperation with CERN in the joint development of quantum technologies
What does CERN have to do with error correction in quantum computers and autonomously driving cars? Join the webinar to find out!

Software for the mobility of tomorrow
How to partner with CERN to solve your innovation challenges? Several examples of past projects will be presented, such as how a company developing technologies for future autonomous cars is collaborating with CERN: can a software, developed at CERN, which analyses data received from detectors at the LHC, be used in the mobility sector in the future?

New technologies for extreme conditions
Can the same software be used to implement fast error correction in quantum computers? What are the applications of CERN's technologies and expertise in the emerging quantum technologies sector. Many of the extreme requirements that quantum technologies have to face are identical to those of high-energy physics, such as ultra-high vacuum, precise timing and the need for superconducting materials.

Knowing where the rabbit is going...
You'll get a glimpse of the open-source White Rabbit technology used at CERN to synchronise nodes on a network with sub-nanosecond precision. CERN will launch what is known as the White Rabbit Collaboration, which will conduct research and development projects to explore the application of White Rabbit in new domains, such as for the control plane of quantum networks.

Superconducting coatings for photonic quantum computers
CERN has developed extensive know-how in superconducting coatings and radio-frequency cavities, which are used in our experiments to accelerate protons to almost the speed of light. These could be of interest if you are working on so-called bosonic quantum computers, which make use of these cavities to extend the lifetime of qubits. On the other hand, our expertise on ion traps and isotopes, as well as some of our lasers, could be of interest if you are working with trapped ion quantum computers or cold atom sensors. Finally, you will also learn about the research currently pursued at CERN to develop quantum algorithms.

If you want to find out how CERN's expertise and technologies can solve some of the challenges you face, then join this seminar and learn more.