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Shape the future with quantum technology

Denmark is one of the strongest hubs for quantum research in the world and the most innovation-friendly country in Europe. That makes us an attractive location for entering the second quantum era.

The strong interplay between world-class researchers and a long tradition for Public Private Partnerships is just part of the reason why Denmark is the perfect incubator for companies developing solutions enabled by quantum technology to solve complex problems.

Another reason is our strong innovation system that can offer access to knowledge and expertise in areas that are key to driving the development of new quantum technology for quantum computing, -communication and -sensing.

Microsoft have already chosen Denmark as the location for state-of-art research and development; their aim is to develop and build the worlds’s first general purpose, scalable quantum computer in a partnership that offers tremendous new opportunities for science and technology.

Video Watch why Denmark is a Quantum Hub

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Watch Professor Charles Marcus, Niels Bohr institute, and Jan Lillelund, CTO at IBM Denmark, explain why Denmark is one of the strongest hubs for quantum technology in the world and the most innovation-friendly country in Europe. 

Establish your quantum r&d activities in Denmark to:

  • Work with internationally recognized quantum technology researchers and research groups through R&D collaborations with Danish universities
  • Get access to state-of-the art research facilities and consultancy services through Danish government-approved Research and Technology Organisations
  • Take advantage of funding schemes financed by the Danish Innovation Fund in collaboration with Danish partners in industry and academia
  • Benefit from working in a multidisciplinary ecosystem that can drive complicated R&D with world-class competences within data science, nano-technology, photonics and material science
  • Collaborate with a critical mass of world-leading industry players in e.g. pharma, fintech and robotics to develop and test NISQ era applications

Fun fact Denmark - A quantum pioneer

Quantum theory was developed in Copenhagen in the 1920’ies and 1930’ies when leading scientists came to Copenhagen from all over the world to learn, discuss and interact with Niels Bohr and his co-workers.

Today, the approach to quantum mechanics developed by Bohr and fellow researchers is known as the Copenhagen Interpretation and it has become the default conception taught in quantum physics all over the world.

Do you want to know more?

To learn more about the Danish ecosystem for quantum technology development, please do not hesitate to contact one of our dedicated advisors: