HSBC joins European quantum consortium

HSBC joins European quantum consortium

HSBC has joined a consortium of 12 European companies and research laboratories supporting a project to uncover potential applications of quantum computing.

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The European Quantum Industry Consortium | #quantumsummit22 | Day 2

With Dr Thierry Botter, Executive Director, QuIC

Joint Efforts Towards the Second Quantum Revolution

To attain the full potential promised by quantum technologies, joint efforts to cross borders between countries, continents, science and industry is an absolute necessity. In this Round Table talk, the status, future development and the applications of quantum technologies will be discussed with scientists, managers and international officials.

The event is cohosted by our partner Helmholtz Quantum.

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Ian Walmsley –
Michael Bolle –
Corey Stambaugh –

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Falling Walls Circle:

At the Falling Walls Circle, global leaders in research, business, policymaking, and media will exchange ideas and discuss solutions for today’s most pressing issues in science and society. They will show how the necessary innovative breakthroughs could be evoked through a common strategy and provide a framework for the Science Breakthroughs presented at the Falling Walls Breakthrough Day on 9 November and the Falling Walls Science Summit, at large. The Falling Walls Circle consists of several formats, co-hosted with partner institutions.




About the Falling Walls Science Summit

Three days of intense scientific discussions, networking, and knowledge sharing in the incredible cosmopolitan city of Berlin!

The Falling Walls Science Summit is a leading international, interdisciplinary and intersectoral forum for scientific breakthroughs and science dialogue between global science leaders and society. The event takes place every year from 7–9 November in Berlin, commemorating the fall of the Berlin Wall. With formats Falling Walls Pitches (7 November), Falling Walls Circle (8 November) and Falling Walls Science Breakthroughs of the Year (9 November), the Falling Walls Science Summit is the leading forum for global science leaders from academia, business, politics, the media, and civil society to debate the potential of scientific breakthroughs to solve grand challenges and shape a sustainable future. The Falling Walls Science Summit is organised by the non-profit Falling Walls Foundation.

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7 – 9 NOV 2023