Quantum Technologies challenge in Occitanie

The Key challenge program

The Occitanie Region, through the Quantum Technologies Key Challenge, aims to foster the settling of a regional ecosystem around quantum technologies, building on the high level of expertise gathered on its territory in this field. The program around the Quantum technologies Challenge, supported by the Occitanie Region, lasts for 4 years, from January 2021 to December 2024. It develops around three main objectives:

  • Strengthening the manpower in the Region on the topics by cofinancing doctoral grants and financing post-doctoral researchers, in order to support the launching of new projects,
  • Supporting the development of new experimental platforms around collaborative projects,
  • Supporting education actions around shared teaching practices within the Region.

2022 call for PhD fellowhips

Following the 2022 call for PhD fellowships launched in December 2021, scholarships have been attributed on the following specific topics: quantum engineering, quantum communications, quantum sensing and quantum simulation. The granted projects are: he granted PhD projects are: CTOMAQ at LCAR, QuaSiMMoON at LPT, 2D-QSens setting a collaboration between LPCNO and L2C, NYLS setting a collaboration between IMT and LPT, Quantum Chirality setting a collaboration between LNCMI and the University of Sherbrooke, and QuPolaritonFluid at L2C. 

Details about the call can be downloaded here.

2022 call for post-doctoral fellowships

Following the 2022 call for post-doctoral fellowships launched in December 2021,  grants have been attributed on the following specific topics: quantum engineering, quantum communications, quantum sensing and quantum simulation. The granted projects are: QUALITY starting a collaboration between ICGM and LCAR, QUATERMA at L2C and HyTop starting a collaboration between LAAS and CEMES.

Details about the call can be downloaded here.

2021 call for post-doctoral fellowships

Following the 2021 call for post-doctoral fellowships launched in January 2021,  grants have been attributed on the following specific topics: quantum engineering, quantum communications, quantum sensing and quantum simulation. The granted projects are: FastQI starting a collaboration between LAAS and ICFO in Spain, BONIQS at L2C and MILO starting a collaboration between CEMES and LPCNO.

Details about the call can be downloaded here.

2021 call for post-doctoral fellowships

Following the 2021 call for post-doctoral fellowships launched in January 2021,  grants have been attributed on the following specific topics: quantum engineering, quantum communications, quantum sensing and quantum simulation. The granted projects are: FastQI starting a collaboration between LAAS and ICFO in Spain, BONIQS at L2C and MILO starting a collaboration between CEMES and LPCNO.

Details about the call can be downloaded here.