Visit of University Leipzig President

Rektorin of Universität Leipzig visits SaxonQ

The Rektorin of Leipzig University, Prof. Dr. Eva Inés Obergfell has visited SaxonQ, the recent startup of the university. With high interest she follows Robert's explanation of NV gate operations.


SaxonQ employs COO Dominique Bouwes

SaxonQ welcomes our new chief operating officer Dominique Bouwes. The next step in our deep-tech growth strategy.


SaxonQ becomes part of DLR Quantum Computing Initiative

SaxonQ is now officially part of DLR's Quantum Computing Initiative. Our company will deliver NV-technology quantum computers to the DLR Innovationszentrum and benefit from this exciting QC ecosystem.


SaxonQ signs contract with Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt

The ink has dried under a contract with the DLR for development and delivery of quantum computers based on our patented diamond NV technology.

SaxonQ Live-Demonstration at Uni Campus Leipzig

For Dies Academicus 2022 of Universität Leipzig (now 613 years old), SaxonQ has made a live demonstration of its mobile Gen1 machine at Campus Augustusplatz.

SaxonQ becomes member of QuIC

The European Quantum Industry Consortium (QuIC) has welcomed and onboarded SaxonQ as new member. We are looking forward to actively participate in the consortium and its workgroups.

First public demonstration of diamond-based quantum computer

On Silicon Saxony Day 2022, a mobile quantum computer based on NV centers in diamond was presented to the public for the first time. The principle and practice of operation was explained by Prof. Jan Meijer, supported by the SaxonQ team.

Mobile quantum computing goes to the cloud

SaxonQ develops cloud computing access to the first mobile quantum computer within the project CoGeQ that is funded by BMBF with about 4.2 million €.

Get ready for the world's first mobile quantum computer

The deep-tech start-up SaxonQ, a spin-off from the University of Leipzig, is starting what is probably the most exciting technology journey of the year. The aim is to bring the world's first mobile quantum computer onto the market.

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