Danish Quantum Community

Danish Quantum Community is an initiative driven by the national research environments with the aim of uniting Danish quantum technology stakeholders.

On the initiative of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Aarhus University, Department of Physics at the Technical University of Denmark, and the Niels Bohr Institute at Copenhagen University, Danish Quantum Community was initiated in January 2020 following the first national conference on quantum research and technology held at AIAS at Aarhus University.  

The purpose of the Danish Quantum Community is to unite all national stakeholders and to create a room for synergies across research institutions, industries, and funding bodies with the aim of advancing the development of quantum technologies in Denmark.

To engage with the Danish Quantum Community, please contact:


1st Danish Quantum Community Conference

The first community conference was held on January 9-10, 2020 at AIAS, Aarhus University.
For information about the event programme, click here.


2nd Danish Quantum Community Conference (virtual event)

On October 7-8, 2020 the 2nd Danish Quantum Community Conference was held as an online event. The programme of the event can be downloaded here [Download programme], and the presentations will be made available below.


Talk title and slides deck

Sebastian Hofferberth (SDU/Bonn) "Collective dynamics of Rydberg superatoms" 
[Download presentation]
Joel Cox (SDU) "Quantum plasmonics in atomically thin materials" 
[Download presentation]
Morten Kjærgaard (MIT/NBI) "Superconducting quantum computing: State-of-the-art and where do we go from here?" 
[Download presentation]
Kurt Stokbro (Sparrow Quantum) "Deterministic single-photon source - A key quantum enabler"
Morten Hannibal (Microsoft Quantum Materials Lab) "Metrology for development of topological quantum computers"
Mikael Lassen (DFM) "Metrology for Quantum Technology"
Matthias Christandl (KU)

"Quantum for Life"
[Download presentation]

Peter Lodahl (KU) "Introduction to NNF center Solid-Q: Solid state quantum simulators for biochemistry"
[Download presentation]
Mikko Möttönen (IQM) "IQM - building useful quantum computers"
Rafal Janik (Xanadu Quantum Technologies) "NISQ Era Photonic Quantum Computers"
Seth Lloyd (MIT) "Quantum simulation in the NISQ era"
[Download presentation]


Ulrich Busk Hoff
Senior Adviser
DTU Physics
+45 29 80 41 55