Spin-offs and Startups

  • Industry workshops
    Horizon Quantum Computing
    Horizon Quantum Computing is a Singapore based early stage startup focused on building software development tools to drive the next computing revolution.
     
  • Exhibition
    Innovatus Q – The Quantum Technology Company
    Innovatus Q aims to develop a quantum computer for business applications. It is the only company that houses the two leading hardware contenders for achieving quantum supremacy in computing – superconducting qubits and trapped ions.
  • Collaboration
    S-Fifteen Instruments
    S-Fifteen Instruments was spun off from CQT to commercialise proprietary quantum cryptography technologies developed over decades of research. S-Fifteen Instruments offers equipment for quantum control as well as hardware devices for quantum-safe solutions to serve clients who require unparalleled trust and transparency for their cryptographic requirements.
     
  • Expert speakers
    SpeQtral
    SpeQtral is building space-based quantum communication systems rooted in advanced technologies developed at CQT. The technology enables encryption to secure communications with forward security. SpeQtral's team has heritage from a successful on-orbit demonstration of a quantum light source on a cubesat.
     
  • Atomionics
    Atomionics
    Co-founded by CQT alumnus Ravi Kumar, Atomionics is building atom-interferometry based sensing systems for navigation and exploration. It aims to make the most reliable and accurate navigation system which work everywhere - including underwater, underground and other GPS-denied areas. Atomionics exploration systems enable precisely pinpointing hydrocarbon and mineral reserves.
     
  • Exhibition
    Entropica Labs
    Entropica Labs is closing the gap between research and real-world applications of quantum computing. Co-founded by CQT alumni Ewan Munro and Tommaso Demarie, the company's mission is to develop quantum algorithms and software for the life sciences, in particular network biology and genomics, with the goal of accelerating precision medicine.