Today we announce another great news for aQuantum. University of Alcalá (UAH) and aQuantum by alhambra have signed a collaboration agreement in relation to quantum technologies.

The UAH and the Alhambra company sign this General Protocol of Action for the achievement of common purposes and the carrying out of activities that result in mutual benefit and in the achievement of their respective objectives, with special reference to those related to research, development and and innovation, especially in the field of Software Engineering and Programming in Quantum Computing, as well as promoting training activities for the aQuantum unit in these areas.

The University of Alcalá is a public institution that was founded in 1499 by Cardinal Cisneros and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1998 for its cultural importance and for its impressive architectural heritage. Almost 30,000 students study at the University, it has a staff of 1,800 professors and researchers, distributed in 43 departments, spread over three different campuses: the one in the historic center, the external scientific-technological campus, and the Guadalajara campus. University of Alcalá has four associated University Hospitals, three multidisciplinary University Institutes, two science-technology parks and other facilities for experimental and biomedical research.

This agreement reinforces our strong commitment to knowledge-creating organizations and will contribute to overcome the challenges faced by Quantum Software Engineering and Programming.