On Wednesday, 28th June, representatives of leading academic institutions, government administration and businesses gathered at FNSPE CTU to share their experiences and plans involving quantum technologies. The conference, organised by Professor Igor Jex, FNSPE, facilitated discussions on practical applications of quantum technologies in industry, cybersecurity and defence, as well as on developing the national quantum ecosystem.

The program featured a lineup of prominent speakers, including Helena Langšádlová, minister for science, research, and innovation; Vojtěch Petráček, rector CTU; Martin Švík, NCEE CTO, IBM CR; and Jan Bouda, CyberSecurity Hub. Panel discussions covered areas of quantum computing, quantum communication, and the challenges in building a quantum ecosystem in the Czech Republic.

Four faculties of CTU (FNSPE, FIT, FEE, FME) have joined forces to lead efforts in research, education and applications in quantum technologies. Part of this is the opening of study programmes in quantum technologies and quantum informatics integrated into the European and global scene via programs such as DigiQ and implementing the national quantum communication infrastructure within the EuroQCI project.

"There is a need for more coordination between all stakeholders, including the academic sector, public administration and industry. Today, the landscape of activities on quantum technologies are isolated islands that we need to develop into a functional ecosystem," says Aurél Gábris, deputy head of the Department of Physics, FNSPE. The Open Quantum Technology Platform, founded by CTU, IBM CR and CyberSecurity Hub, aims at connecting these activities and fulfilling an advisory role towards public administration. "We look forward to more companies joining our platform soon," adds Jan Louda, CSR for Academia, IBM CR.


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