Its a pleasure to announce that the mission initially started by the European Quantum Flagship project PASQuanS is now continued and expanded by the follow-up project #PASQuanS2.
Bringing together leading experts from research institutes, industry, small to medium-sized enterprises and start-ups from six EU member states, PASQuanS2 sets out to transform the development of programmable #quantum simulation in Europe further over the next seven years. Led by the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, the 25 partners will advance hardware and software for relevant scientific and industrial problems so that verified next-generation, large-scale quantum simulators can be demonstrated running stably in an end-user accessible form.
Following a two-stage approach, PASQuanS2 is now kicking off its first project phase: the so-called PASQuanS2.1. Running for the next 3.5 years, one of the major objectives of this initial phase is the development of quantum simulators with at least 2,000 atoms and a path towards 10,000 after seven years while improving control, stability, and scalability.
For more information: http://pasquans2.eu