Catch a glimpse of last year’s QCI Days in Vienna

QCIDaysVienna2024 was a key milestone event. HellasQCI project was present, and shared the updates made towards a quantum safer infrastructure in Greece, supporting the EuroQCI initiative. 

Greece is very honoured to host this event under the auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Digital Governance and co-organise it with Austria (QCI-Cat), Spain (EuroQCI Spain) and Portugal (PTQCI)

This video produced by the Austrian Quantum Communication Infrastructure (QCI-CAT), successfully summarises and captures the essence of the QCI Days event, showcasing the key messages highlighted by the National QCI projects representatives of Austria (Hannes Hübel, AIT, QCI-Cat), Greece  (Dr. Ilias Papastamatiou, GRNET, HellasQCI Project Coordinator), Spain (Dr. Vicente Martín, UPM, EuroQCISpain), and Portugal (Catarina Bastos, Deimos Engenharia, PTQCI Project Coordinator).

Watch the video here:

Each NatQCI representative brings a unique perspective, yet collectively they reinforce the importance of collaboration and shared goals in advancing the pan-European Quantum Communication Infrastructure (EuroQCI) initiative.

Greece has now received the honourable key to host the next #QCIDays in Athens, during Spring 2025.

This landmark event will be co-organised by 4 National Quantum Communication Infrastructures: HellasQCI (coordinated by GRNET), QCI-CAT (coordinated by AIT), EuroQCI Spain (coordinated by ICFO), and PTQCI (coordinated by Deimos Engenharia).

“HellasQCI and Greece is very honoured that the Ministry of Digital Governance has placed this event under its auspices, so we expect all the relevant stakeholders in to share their expertise, best practices and build a secure and operational #EuroQCI”

Stay tuned for upcoming news!