Developing and Commercializing Superconducting Quantum Technologies

For a variety of quantum information processing applications.

Superconducting Quantum Technologies

SeeQC.EU develops and commercializes superconducting quantum technologies for a variety of quantum information processing applications including scalable fault-tolerant quantum computers and simulators, quantum communications, and quantum sensors. As part of this effort, SeeQC-EU works closely with European university partners to transition innovative research into commercially viable quantum technology products.

SeeQC.EU, s.r.l. (http://seeqc.eu) is a European-based and operated company started up with Hypres investment, registered in Rome and having research and development laboratories in Naples, Italy. It is independent from Hypres in both financial and operational aspects.

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SeeQC.EU stabilisce i suoi laboratori di ricerca e sviluppo di tecnologie quantistiche all’Università di Napoli

SeeQC.EU stabilisce i suoi laboratori di ricerca e sviluppo di tecnologie quantistiche all’Università di Napoli

*Versione Italiana*  In collaborazione con l’Università di Napoli, SeeQC inaugura i suoi laboratori specializzati in tecnologie quantistiche, con attrezzature all’avanguardia...
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SeeQC.EU Establishes Superconducting Quantum Technology R&D Labs at the University of Naples

SeeQC.EU Establishes Superconducting Quantum Technology R&D Labs at the University of Naples

In collaboration with the University of Naples, SeeQC.EU superconducting quantum technology laboratories include cryogenic test and circuit design labs Rome,...
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SeeQC.EU Team Sets Up Digital Superconductor Equipment in New Lab

SeeQC.EU Team Sets Up Digital Superconductor Equipment in New Lab

SeeQC.EU team members Halima Ahmad and Alessandro Miano set up digital superconductor equipment in the company's new laboratory at the University...
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SeeQC.EU Team Member Wins 2nd Place at ASC 2018 in Seattle, WA

SeeQC.EU Team Member Wins 2nd Place at ASC 2018 in Seattle, WA

The work of SeeQC.EU team member Alessandro Miano on “Symmetric Travelling Wave Parametric Amplifier” won the 2nd place at the ASC...
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