DLR German/Canadian Partner Day: Pro­mo­tion of col­lab­o­ra­tions in the field of quan­tum com­put­ing

The DLR Ger­man/Cana­di­an Part­ner­ing Day brought to­geth­er com­pa­nies and re­search in­sti­tu­tions from Cana­da and Ger­many that are work­ing in quan­tum com­put­ing or with quan­tum tech­nolo­gies in gen­er­al. The par­tic­i­pants met at the DLR In­no­va­tion Cen­ter in Ulm.

  • Companies and research institutions gave presentations at the DLR Innovation Centre in Ulm about their activities.
  • Partnerships can improve access to new markets.

At the ‘DLR German / Canadian Partnering Day’, held at the Innovation Centre in Ulm, companies and research institutions from Canada and Germany that work in quantum computing or with quantum technologies gave presentations about their work. Participants were cordially invited to the event by the Quantum Computing Initiative at the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR). The focus of the talks and pitches was to promote industrial cooperation in research and development between Germany and Canada. Future commercialisation of quantum technologies was also a key point of the meeting.

“Canada, with its commercial companies working in the field of quantum computing, is an attractive partner for future collaboration as part of the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative. The DLR Quantum Computing Initiative is driving this forward with this Partnering Day,” said Robert Axmann, Head of the Quantum Computing Initiative at DLR. Quantum technologies are seen as a promising economic field for the future.

Cooperation is possible, for example, in the development of new products and services. The validation of technologies in new markets also offer opportunities for collaboration. “With their strong competence in research and development, Germany and Canada are well suited to improve their global competitiveness and access to markets through this cooperation,” explained Dominik Saile, a member of the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative team.

The event was organised by the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative in cooperation with Global Affairs Canada (GAC), the Canadian Embassy in Berlin and the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP).