As an important partner of German and European industry and integrator as well as multiplier of disruptive technological leaps, it is the task of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft to also bring new findings in the field of quantum technologies into application. This is the topic of this year's science conference "Futuras in Res - The Quantum Breakthrough" on September 28-29, 2022 at the Hilton Berlin, Mohrenstraße 30.
The second-generation quantum technologies have already resulted in an increasing number of practical applications and bear a high innovation potential for the years to come. This year, our invited international experts from research and industry will present and discuss the latest R&D advancements and applications in the areas of:
Session I: Quantum Imaging & Sensing
Session II: Quantum Communication
Prof. Ronald Freund, Head of Department, Fraunhofer HHI
Prof. Christoph Günther, Institute Director, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
- Dr. Florian Fröwis, General Manager, ID Quantique Europe
- Dr. Bernd Jungbluth, Group Manager, Fraunhofer ILT
- Prof. Harald Weinfurter, Head of Faculty of Physics, LMU Munich
- Dr. Julian Struck, Systems Engineer Satellite-Based Quantum Communication, TESAT-Spacecom
- Dr. Martin Wölz, Product Manager Quantum Communications, Jena-Optronik
- Florian Moll, Project Manager QuNET, DLR
- Dr. Andreas Poppe, Project Scientist, Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT)
- Dr. Nino Walenta, Project Manager Photonic Quantum Technologies, Fraunhofer HHI
Session III: Quantum Computing
Keynote speakers from research and industry will introduce the respective workshop. Following this, the following key questions will be discussed in moderated group discussions for each topic area:
- International / national technological status quo?
- Which key developments can we expect in the next few years?
- When will the added value from the key developments (in the sense of industrial utilization) become apparent?
- What developments would be necessary from an industry perspective?
- What impulses can be expected from Quantum research for related fields of technology?
- SWOT analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threat