Category Archives: Physics

Building a quantum future in Lindau

This Thursday I had the pleasure of attending the Bavarian Evening at the 73rd edition of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. Together with Research in Bavaria, we had a Munich Quantum Valley (MQV) booth and a lot of interesting and sometimes deep discussions about quantum computing and what we are doing in MQV, both in terms of research and industry collaborations.

We also had a first and successful large-scale presentation of a quantum version of the Bavarian card game Schafkopf, called QuantenSchaftkopf.
Ludwig Nützel from FAU came up with the idea, we put together a first visual identity and designed a board, and soon it will be playable online at

Open Day of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities

© MQV | Maria Poxleitner

On 4 May, I took part in the Open Day of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities, co-hosting the activities at the Munich Quantum Valley (MQV) booth I organised for the event.
Throughout the whole day, we gave insights into the work of MQV, showed experiments and exhibits, and provided visitors with quantum-inspired souvenirs.

Find out more about the day on the MQV website, the BAdW website [in German] or in the following video …

© BAdW