Developing a quantum computer takes more than just money and people

Jeremy Veltin (TNO Quantum Technology) and Garrelt Alberts (Orange Quantum Systems) were interviewed by Linda Bak (Innovation Origins) about their views on recent Quantum Computer developments. Both Jeremy and Garrelt recognize that developing a quantum computer takes more than just money and people.

The interview of Jeremy Veltin (TNO Quantum Technology) and Garrelt Alberts (Orange Quantum Systems) is part of the series the “The spin-off from the spin-off”, which is an initiative of 4TU.Federation and Innovation Origins. This is where you can read the stories behind the spin-offs of the four Dutch technical universities and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO). In spin-offs, science and entrepreneurship come together to bring a new technology to the market. They are a driving force behind innovation in the Netherlands