Quantum technology

“To work with quantum technology, you have to have faith”

This spring, French physicist and entrepreneur Lydia Baril took up the position as Head of Quantum DTU, DTU’s new centre for quantum technology.

Lydia Baril’s vision for Quantum DTU is that it will be a state-of-the-art centre that facilitates research and education in quantum technology and channels good ideas from laboratory to factory. Photo: Bax Lindhardt

Quantum DTU

Quantum DTU is a joint gateway to the competencies, spanning research, education and collaboration, as well as the development of quantum technology at DTU. More than a third of all DTU's institutes and centers are involved in quantum research in areas such as sensors, communication, computers and simulators.