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Quantum computers on national TV

A working group led by Doc. Mikko Möttönen was awarded nearly one million euros to initiate the building of a scalable quantum computer in Finland.

A working group led by Doc. Mikko Möttönen was awarded a funding of EUR 950,000 from the Technology Industries of Finland Centennial Foundation and Jane and Aatos Erkko Foundation to initiate the building of a scalable quantum computer in Finland. This was discussed on Finnish national TV and by several other media. See Aalto University press release for more information.

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