In the coming 10 years, the TU Delft institute for quantum technology, QuTech, will receive €135 million for the further development of the elements of the first quantum computer. The funds are from six parties: the founding partners TU Delft and TNO, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Ministry of Education, Culture & Science, the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO/STW/FOM) and the top sector High Tech Systems and Materials (HTSM). The number of staff members in the research institute is expected to double (from 100 to 200) in the coming five years.
Throughout the world, researchers are racing to be the first to achieve a breakthrough in quantum technology. With QuTech, TU Delft is taking a leading position.