Quantum technologies and technical standardization (EN)


“Quantum technologies” (QT) is a rapidly growing field that is opening the way to great transformations in all the economic sectors. QT are advancing toward technological maturity and wider adoption. At the same time, technical standardization is recognized as one of the most effective and powerful tool to rapidly capitalize on knowledge and disseminate it throughout industries. Thus, technical standardization could play an important role in developing a roadmap for a widespread adoption of QT. To this end, multiple standardization initiatives are arising on the European and international scene. Current training aims to highlight the existing challenges of QT and provide insights into standardization activities related to them.

Targeted audience

IT or non-IT professionals with basic knowledge of Quantum technologies.

Learning outcomes and objectives

  • Describe the fundamentals and gain an overview of the state-of-the-art in Cloud Computing
  • Identify current challenges of Quantum technologies and gain insights from a practical use case
  • Be aware of the ongoing standardization activities related to quantum technologies at the national, European, and international levels
  • Identify relevant projects and standards in quantum technologies


  • Quantum technologies overview
    • Introduction to quantum technologies
    • Main subfields of quantum technologies
  • Practical aspects of quantum technologies
    • Overview of current challenges in quantum technologies
    • Practical use case scenario
  • Economic overview of quantum technologies
    • Global investments in quantum technologies development
    • Focus on European investments in quantum technologies
  • Technical standardization and quantum technologies
    • Introduction to technical standardization
    • Technical committees working on Quantum technologies
    • National standardization efforts


4 hours


A certificate of participation issued by ILNAS, a recognized training organization, will be provided at the end of the course.

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