QuantERA Consortium is pleased to announce the results of the QuantERA Call 2019. Thanks to the funding provided by the QuantERA member organisations, the list of projects recommended for funding includes 12 excellent international proposals in the field of quantum technology research for over EUR 13M.
The QuantERA Call 2019, launched by 29 funding organisations from 25 countries, attracted 85 international research teams applying for over EUR 85 M. Polish researchers will be involved in 5 of 12 awarded projects (incl. one financed by NCBR). One of the selected projects will be coordinated by a research team from the International Centre for Theory of Quantum Technologies from University of Gdańsk.
List of the projects with participation of Polish research teams:
- ApresSF. Application-ready superresolution in space and frequency with participation of dr hab. Łukasz Rudnicki from the International Centre for Theory of Quantum Technologies from University of Gdańsk;
- C'MON-QSENS!: Continuously Monitored Quantum Sensors: Smart Tools and Applications with participation of dr Jan Kołodyński from the Centre of New Technologies of the University of Warsaw;
- eDICT: Experimentally-oriented Device Independent CrypTography with participation of dr hab. Marcin Pawłowski from International Centre for Theory of Quantum Technologies from University of Gdańsk;
- MAQS: Magnetic-Atom Quantum Simulator with participation of prof. dr hab. Mariusz Gajda from the Institute of Physics of Polish Academy of Sciences;
- QuICHE: Quantum information and communication with high-dimensional encoding with participation of dr Michała Karpińskiego from the Faculty of Physics of the the University of Warsaw.
More information is available at www.quantera.eu.
- Sylwia Kostka, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +48 12 341 9018
- Marlena Wosiak, e-mail: email@example.com, tel: +48 12 341 9018
- Dr inż. Ewelina Szymańska-Skolimowska, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +48 12 341 9155