Founded in 1829, Chalmers University of Technology has a proud tradition of advancing knowledge and providing technical solutions for a sustainable world – with scientific excellence as a basis. With more than 10,000 students, 1000 PhD students and close to 3000 publications per year, Chalmers conducts research and offers education in technology and natural sciences at a high international level. Through global commitment and entrepreneurship, the university fosters an innovative spirit, in close collaboration with wider society.
The Chalmers team is contributing to OSQ+100, anchored in a history of research on superconducting quantum devices, and based on their full-stack quantum computer development within the Wallenberg Center for Quantum Technology (WACQT), funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation with €150m over 2018-2029.
Chalmers was a founding partner of OpenSuperQ, in the first phase of the Flagship, and continues to have a leading role in OSQ+100, with involvements in all work packages and leadership of WP1, Quantum processor, and WP7, Application and test suite.