MILLENION and its team are proud to be widely connected within the European quantum ecosystem, both academically and throughout the emerging quantum industry. MILLENION will foster collaboration and innovation by making use of these connections with regional, national, and international partners.
MILLENION strongly supports the emerging European quantum industry by providing both academic expertise and commercial products for its experimental and theoretical needs. Recognising this, MILLENION has garnered the expressed support of European industrial stakeholders in quantum technologies such as Airbus, Bosch, Covestro (Bayer), and the Quantum Industry Consortium.
Academically, MILLENION ties into Quantum Technology Flagship proposals such as the successor of “PASQuanS” (control of ion-trap devices), “QuClock” (control of ion clocks), “QIA” (control of an ion trap-based quantum network nodes), quantERA projects “NImSoQ” (imaging and control systems), “NEASQC” (software and applications), “SIQC” (creation of low-cost segmented 1D quantum processors), “QuantumGuide” (contamination free atomic sources for AMO devices), “EryQUSenS”, the EU Pathfinder project “BRISQ” (aiming at Rydberg-based quantum computing with trapped ions) as well as national or regional quantum projects such as “IQUAN”, “EVAQS”, “TRAPS”, “VERTICONS”, “HFAK”, “ATIQ”, “QVLS-Q1”, “QRydDemo”, “FermiQP”, “MIQRO”, “MUNIQC”, “DAQC”, “Q-Exa” and the “MQV” in Germany, the “Quantum Austria” initiative in Austria. Beyond these activities within the consortium, MILLENION is committed to support the quantum software activities announced in the parallel call on quantum software development for the development of a European quantum ecosystem. Here, the consortia of “Quantum Software Factory”, “QUALGREEN”, “QCFD” and “QOOLKIT”. MILLENION has provided formal support to collaborate in the future for mutual benefits in co-design between system specifications and end-user requirements.