With a dedicated team of scientists, engineers and developers we are pushing quantum technology to support scientists worldwide with our scalable qubit control and readout equipment from ultrastable DC to 18.5 GHz for academic and industrial quantum labs. The Qblox (www.qblox.com) control stack combines unlevelled noise performance, low-latency arbitrary control flows and can be scaled up to 100s of qubits. Our company is based in the Netherlands as a spinoff of QuTech, which enables us to implement the latest scientific insights and take a position upfront in the worldwide race towards quantum advantage. Using the technology developed at QuTech as a springboard, the Qblox team has fundamentally reimagined the architecture of quantum control to create a single integrated control stack that provides all the functionality needed to manipulate and measure quantum computers. The Qblox architecture speeds up calibration routines by orders of magnitude, saving research teams significant amounts of time and money. The Qblox team is interested in meeting experiment quantum physicists to learn about their applications and how Qblox could support their scaling needs.
HQS (quantumsimulations.de) provides software for materials scientists in the chemical industry, as well as in academia. Sophisticated quantum-level models of materials and their molecular properties give researchers the deeper insights they need to identify the ideal solution for their needs.

Qilimanjaro Quantum Tech (www.qilimanjaro.tech) is a quantum computing company that began operations in 2020 as a spin-off of the Barcelona Supercomputing Center - Spanish Supercomputing Center (BSC, https://www.bsc.es), of the Institute High Energy Physics (IFAE, www.ifae.es) and the University of Barcelona (UB, www.ub.edu). It develops algorithmic and cloud access services as well as quantum platforms aimed at optimization, simulation and Machine Learning problems for use cases in sectors such as logistics, chemistry and finance. Qilimanjaro participates in the direction of the European Innovation Council Horizon2020 project on "Coherent Quantum Annealing". It is a member of the European Quantum Industry Consortium (QuIC) since its creation in 2021. It has been awarded as "Exponential Leader 2021" by the Generalitat de Catalunya.
AMOs mission as a research oriented company is to efficiently close the gap between university research and industrial application. For this purpose AMO (www.amo.de)identifies those topics from basic research that seem particularly suitable for industrial implementation and demonstrates these in application-oriented technology. In joint projects and bilateral cooperation, research and development results are transferred to industry for maintenance and creation of jobs. Thus nanotechnology is expected to provide considerable potential for application areas such as information technology, biotechnology and environmental technology. Headed by Prof. Max Lemme, AMO operates a high level 400 m² cleanroom. Furthermore AMO offers a range of services from consulting to prototype development.

The Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia (icn2.cat), with its official English translation Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and acronym ICN2, is a non-profit international research institute located close to Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain). It is devoted to the generation of knowledge, materials and devices in the broad fields of ICT, health and medicine, energy and the environment. ICN2 Quantum gathers seven research laboratories covering a broad range of quantum science & technologies, including the growth of high-quality topological quantum matter for next generation devices & quantum technologies, the control of phononic and photonic degrees of freedom for innovative ultralow power actuators, sensors and information processing protocols, ultrafast dynamics of energy/heat/information in RamanFest, fabrication of atomically precise 2D nanoarchitectures as quantum platforms and ultimate atomic scale characterization and 3D atomic modelling of nanoscale materials for quantum technologies.

LSQuant (www.lsquant.org) is a flagship initiative dedicated to promoting large-scale quantum transport methodologies that, over two decades of continuous development, have demonstrated predictive power and stand as unrivalled computational tools for performing cutting-edge quantum simulation, as well as for guiding experiments, high-tech developments, and industrial research. To take these methods to the next level, LSQuant will launch a series of forthcoming activities aimed at enlarging the user and developer community, enhancing international networking, engaging young researchers interested in quantum science and quantum technologies, and connecting new developments to technology challenges of global concern.
Delft Circuits (delft-circuits.com) is a hardware company from the Netherlands. We are focused on the production of cryogenic microwave cables for various applications including quantum computation, astrophysics, and general cryogenic applications. With our Cri/oFlex® product line, we introduce an ultra-low thermal conductance and scalable cryogenic i/o solution, using conducting circuits on flexible substrates. Designed specifically for cryogenic setups, it provides excellent microwave performance, low thermal load, flexibility, ease of installation and reliability. Therefore Cri/oFlex® is ideal for all your cryogenic i/o challenges.
• Compact and scalable form factor
• Low thermal conductivity
• Ease of installation
• Integrated signal attenuation and filtering
At Pasqal (pasqal.io), we build Programmable Quantum Simulators and Quantum Computers made of 2D and 3D Atomic Arrays. Neutral atoms trapped in optical tweezers and addressed with laser beams are ideal indistinguishable quantum systems to realize superposition and entanglement, at the heart of powerful Quantum Information Processing. It is a highly scalable platform, benefiting from tens of years of development which has brought some of contemporary physics'​ most spectacular achievements. We develop the lasers, the vacuum technology, the electronic controls and the full software stack to make the individual atoms accessible to quantum programmers worldwide
Zurich Instruments (www.zhinst.com).
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