Semiconductors, Chips & Quantum Success Stories

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€12.5 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Accelerator

The first high-performance, low-cost flat panel antenna that can unlock the full potential of satellite-based broadband communications

Greenerwave is developing a new type of flat panel antenna for the Ka-band using proprietary beamforming technologies that shift the complexity from HW to SW.

Antennas made using their technology have both low production costs and low exploitation costs (energy consumption is at least 5x compared to state-of-the-art).

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Zero Point Motion

€2.4 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Accelerator

High-performance inertial sensors for satellite and drone applications

Zero Point Motion’s Inertial Measurement Units look the same as standard chips used in drones, cars and robots but bring a significant performance improvement that has so far been inaccessible for mass volume markets.

Their Inertial Measurement Units will be the world's 1st commercial optomechanical inertial sensors with 100x lower noise than existing solutions in the market.

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Orange QS

€2.5 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Accelerator

High-throughput quantum chip diagnostics

Orange Quantum Systems developed a system which enables complete diagnostics of quantum chips speeding up their development.

Their solution is fully automated and offers orders of magnitude faster than standard practices.

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€75 000

Horizon Europe: WomenTechEU

Quantum Key Distribution solutions for secure communication

levelQuantum uses quantum properties of light to generate unbreakable quantum keys.

Their technology is compatible with the existing communication infrastructure: fibre, telecom, or satellite networks. And deliver gold-standard security against malicious attacks for their customers.

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€2.5 Million

SERI: Swiss Accelerator

Next-gen chips for faster and more reliable wired connections

Kandou develops a new family of semiconductor products to miniaturize data centres & reduce their energy consumption.

With their novel semiconductor technology, the data centres can get smaller, energy-efficient & easy to cool.


€6 Million

Horizon Europe: Research and Innovation Action

Cutting-edge Quantum Computer Algorithms to Solve Strategic Industrial Problems

The EQUALITY project will bring together scientists, innovators and prominent industrial players to develop cutting-edge quantum algorithms tackling strategic industrial problems.

The consortium will develop a set of algorithmic primitives, including differential equation solvers, material simulation algorithms and quantum optimisers, that could be used as modules for various industry-specific workflows.

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Semiquon + Qblox

€2.5 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Transition

Scalable Hardware for Large-Scale Quantum Computing

The SCALLOP project, coordinated by SemiQon & Qblox, will develop a new technology that integrates a cryo-CMOS multiplexer for precise control of high-quality silicon spin qubits, as well as commercial-ready nanometer-scale CMOS processes to create and accommodate millions of such qubits.

The main goal of the project is to build a full-stack quantum computer demonstrator, which will be a significant step forward in developing scalable, fault-tolerant quantum computers.

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€2.4 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Transition

Developing Multi-Core Silicon-Based Quantum Processors

In the MCSquare project, Quobly focuses on industrial-scale production technology enabling the fabrication of high-quality qubits in a scalable and reproducible manner.

They are developing a ground-breaking semiconductor approach: Fully Depleted Silicon On Insulator (FDSOI) technology, which enables the scalable fabrication of high-quality qubits in a scalable and reproducible manner.

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€2.5 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Transition

Femtosecond laser writing for photonic quantum processors

Ephos is establishing the world’s most advanced facility for producing quantum photonic chips in laser writing technology.

Throughout this EIC Transition project, they will build the largest programmable quantum photonic processor in the market.

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