QDevil, a division of Quantum Machines, Niels Bohr Institute, and KU Tech Transfer Office Honored with 2024 Technology Transfer Prize by the German Physical Society
Quantum Machines, the provider of breakthrough quantum control solutions that accelerate the development of practical quantum computers, proudly announces that its quantum electronics division, QDevil, in collaboration with the Niels Bohr Institute and the tech transfer office of the University of Copenhagen, has been honored with the 2024 Technology Transfer Prize by the German Physical Society (DPG). This award recognizes their exceptional contributions to the field of physics . The recognition will be formally presented at the WTT-Forum 2024, set to take place in Jena, Germany.
QDevil, acquired by Quantum Machines in June 2022, specializes in designing innovative quantum electronics solutions. This includes QDAC, a multi-channel high-precision DAC for quantum control, and QBoard, a cryogenic sample holder for quantum electronics and solid-state QPUs. These systems have played a pivotal role in pushing the boundaries of quantum technology. Originating in part from research at the Niels Bohr Institute, these innovations have successfully transitioned into reliable products, now launched on the market and commercially available worldwide.
Since its inception, Quantum Machines has experienced remarkable growth, boasting over 280 customers, more than 150 employees and substantial financing exceeding 100 million euros, making it one of the largest and best-financed startups worldwide dedicated to quantum control solutions.
Itamar Sivan, CEO and co-founder of Quantum Machines commented, “We’re honored to receive this recognition from the German Physical Society. Our strategy to license quantum control hardware from the University of Copenhagen and make it commercially available has significantly advanced the capabilities of research groups and quantum industries around the world.”
For more information about the award-winning QDAC and QBoard, as well as other cutting-edge quantum control and quantum electronics solutions, visit Quantum Machines at https://www.quantum-machines.co/.