Quantum for Society and Business

QuSoft works with companies and societal organizations to explore, discover and develop novel algorithms, applications and use cases – independent of the hardware they are to be implemented on.

INTRO

Although quantum computers and a quantum internet are still in their infancy, more and more organizations and companies start to appreciate the potentially disruptive, game-changing impact of quantum technologies in their fields. In this research line, QuSoft works with companies and societal organizations to explore, discover and develop novel algorithms, applications and use cases – independent of the hardware they are to be implemented on. At the same time, the ultra-cold atom experiments offer unique opportunities to test actual applications in the near future. Current industrial partners include national bank ABN AMRO, BOSCH group, Toyota Europe, and ATOS. There is a close connection to the Quantum.Amsterdam innovation hub, as well as practical collaboration with partners like SURF, TNO, and the University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam.

“This decade is a tipping point, during which quantum technology evolves from an exotic science to a concrete and useful tool. We already see companies and governments who want invest and see if quantum can solve their hardest problems.”

RESEARCH LINE AMBASSADOR

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/ Dr. Koen Groenland

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01 : Postdoctoral Researcher in Quantum Algorithms for Optimization
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02 : Quantum Innovation Officer voor QAL
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QUSOFT COLLABORATIONS

/ Actual quantum projects

ATOS

QuSoft and Atos joined forces in a new collaborative course “Quantum in Business and Society”. The focus is on developing new use cases, engaging business markets & the challenges and knowledge gaps that companies are currently experiencing.



Hackaton KLM

Together with the Air France/KLM TripPlanner team, QuSoft organised a hackathon to find out if the underlying algorithms of TripPlanner could be improved by using quantum principles. A quantum scientist teamed up with an Air France KLM employee to try and tackle this problem together.

Quantum.
Amsterdam

QuSoft is the cornerstone and one of the founding knowlegde partners of Quantum.Amsterdam. The main purpose of the hub is to boost the innovation and economic development of quantum technology by building a strong ecosystem and setting up collaborations between science and business.

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