BME Launches OpenSuperQPlus Quantum Computing Program
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The Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) yesterday announced the launch of OpenSuperQPlus, a European Union project to design a 1,000 qubit quantum computing system over seven years, according to napi.hu.
BME and the Wigner Research Center for Physics are the Hungarian partners in the endeavor that involves a total of 28 research institutions from 10 countries.
The consortium will develop a 100-qubit system for quantum applications over the coming three and a half years in phase one of the project.
BME has been awarded EUR 274,000 from the program's EUR 20 million budget.
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