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People Behind PASQuanS

People Behind PASQuanS

With our interview series People Behind PASQuanS we introduce you to some of the bright minds behind our endeavour, who help shape the future of quantum simulation technologies and, quite frankly,  make PASQuanS what it is in the first place: a multifaceted and diverse team of  passionate quantum enthusiasts from academia and industry.

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“The studies performed within PASQuanS and the development of quantum technologies in general are fascinating as they reveal that we have bridged a gap: we can now use, and not only manipulate those fragile quantum systems (i.e. atoms, ions, photons etc.) to actually do things, to solve problems, to study systems that are otherwise too complicated to apprehend.”

Clément Sayrin
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique CNRS (France), Kastler Brossel Laboratory, Associate Professor, Experimentalist

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“PASQuanS sets out to bring analog quantum simulators to a new level, to understand them as devices with enormous predictive power, and to add elements of programming to them. For this, we have assembled a world-class team.”

Jens Eisert
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, Dahlem Center for Complex Quantum Systems
Professor of Quantum Many-Body Theory, Quantum Information Theory, and Quantum Optics

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“The development of industrial applications based on quantum technologies calls for a genuine dialogue between hardware makers and industrial end-users. PASQuanS provides a platform for exchange that can help bridge these worlds.”

Thomas Ayral
Atos BULL, France
Research Engineer, Industrial Partner

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