Stuttgart Industry Talks with Q.ANT CEO Michael Förtsch 

The Indus­try Talks of the Ger­man Phy­si­cal Socie­ty (DPG) invi­te phy­si­cists at the inter­face of rese­arch and industrial app­li­ca­ti­on to dis­cuss and exchan­ge expe­ri­en­ces. The core of the event are lec­tures given by renow­ned indus­try lea­ders on cur­rent topics rela­ted to phy­sics and industry. 

Dr. Kars­ten Vet­ter from the DPG’s Indus­try and Busi­ness Working Group spo­ke with Micha­el Förtsch, CEO of Q.ANT GmbH. With the pre­sen­ta­ti­on “Start-Up Pho­to­nic Quantum Tech­no­lo­gies”, Micha­el Förtsch dis­cus­sed the technology, as well as the expe­ri­ence of foun­ding a com­pa­ny and the advan­ta­ges of a start-up. The focus of his talk was on the development of quantum sensors and quantum com­pu­ting chips based on the Q.ANT Pho­to­nic Quantum Framework. 

The full 90-minu­te con­ver­sa­ti­on in Ger­man can be wat­ched here. The Indus­try Talks, which take place at various loca­ti­ons in Ger­ma­ny, pro­vi­de forums for phy­si­cists to exchan­ge ide­as on topics rela­ted to phy­sics rese­arch, at the con­nec­tion point of trans­fer­ring sci­en­ti­fic know­ledge to app­li­ca­ti­ons, and on cur­rent indus­try topics. 

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