Quantum technologies will drive profound social and economic developments in the 21st century. In the global race for the latest breakthroughs, the high density of cooperating research institutions with outstanding expertise promises to give the state of Lower Saxony a unique competitive advantage.

Building on past successes, the Ministry of Science and Culture and the Volkswagen Foundation, together with leading research institutions and companies, launched Quantum Valley Lower Saxony in 2020: an amalgamation of Lower Saxony’s expertise in quantum technologies to promote international visibility and local value creation.


Boost for quantum computer development

ERDF funding accelerates installation of new laboratory structures for the miniaturisation of components 750,000 euros in funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) will flow into semiconductor technology at TU Braunschweig until March 2023. Eight funded devices will thus form the MicroPhotonicsLab (MPL) in the nanometrology research centre LENA. The …
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Federal government funds QVLS-iLabs with 15 million euros

QVLS-iLabs successful in Clusters4Future programme Up to 15 million euros from the federal government will flow into Lower Saxony’s QVLS-iLabs over the next three years. This was announced today by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The QVLS-iLabs are thus one of the seven winners of the second round of …
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Symposium: Next Generation Quantum Computing

29.-30. August 2022 in Yokohama, Japan The Symposium “Next Generation Quantum Computing” marks the beginning of new international cooperation in the field of quantum computing between Germany and Japan. The event aims to provide an open forum and bring together scientists from the international quantum community to nurture an exchange about …
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