QuantAlps: orchestrating quantum research in Grenoble

Categorie(s) : Education, Innovation & Society, News, Research

Published : 1 October 2022

Grenoble’s leadership in quantum research is undisputed. And a more coordinated quantum community could help push local advances in the technology even further.
CNRS, the CEA, Inria, and UGA recently created an interdisciplinary research federation called QuantAlpes to orchestrate quantum research in Grenoble. QuantAlpes will support startup creation, incubate new ideas, coordinate academic degree programs, secure more PhD funding, and raise Grenoble’s profile internationally as a center for quantum.
The social sciences and humanities will also play a role, as QuantAlpes will investigate ethics and acceptability issues around quantum.
The federation’s activities will take the form of five major multi-partner research projects, one of which will be led by Irig and another by CEA-Leti.

Contact: pierre.chirsen@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

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