Let's make the Netherlands Quantum Ready!
Building a National Agenda on Quantum Technologies
Recently, several Dutch organizations working on quantum technology have taken the initiative to build a National Agenda on Quantum Technologies, to be presented to Dutch policy makers in June 2019. The agenda intends to strengthen and firmly position the Dutch quantum field internationally with broad support from science, industry, government and society.
You are invited to join!
It is our great pleasure to invite you to a work session on the agenda, on Tuesday 16 April. Aim of this meeting is to bring together scientists, entrepreneurs, policymakers and decision makers in order to take a next step in realizing this ambitious agenda. As a participant, you will be offered the chance to share your thoughts and provide your input to the agenda.
Registration and preference
If you are interested to participate, please register. When registering, you are kindly requested to indicate which round table you would like to join after the plenary session (you can provide your first and second choice). Taking your preference into account, the organizing team will appoint you to one of the tables. The deadline for registration is Tuesday 9th April.
We hope you will join!
Working together on the National Agenda will contribute to a strong national program and ecosystem, enabling The Netherlands to stay at the forefront of research and development in quantum technology and to create and seize the business opportunities this revolutionary technology offers in dealing with the societal challenges we are facing. We therefore hope to meet you on the 16th of April!
The event is initiated by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy and is hosted by TNO and NWO.
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