Microsoft partners TU Delft on quantum research

Friday 2 June 2017 | 09:10 CET | News
Microsoft signed a long-term agreement with the TU Delft, including an investment in the university's quantum institute QuTech. The institute is run with Station Q Delft, an experimental lab focused on quantum computing, led by Leo Kouwenhoven. Under the agreement, Microsoft will provide personnel for the lab, including researchers, engineers and program managers, as well as help pay for equipment and facilities. The company plans to bring its research on advanced nano-analysis and nano-production to TU Delft. Microsoft also works on quantum research with universities in Indiana (Purdue) and

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Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Netherlands
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