Quandela is a spin-off from the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (C2N), a joint research unit between the CNRS and Université Paris-Saclay.
Quandela is funded by the EIC accelerator funding programme in the Framework of the SEPOQC project : Scalable Entangled-Photon based Optical Quantum Computers under the grant agreement 190188855 of Horizon Europe.
Quandela is beneficiary of the Quondensate project: The QUantum reservoir cOmputing based on eNgineered DEfect NetworkS in trAnsition meTal dichalcogEnides under the grant agreement 101130384 of Horizon Europe.
Quandela is beneficiary of the Qu-test project: Testing and experimentation for quantum technologies under the grant agreement 101113901 of Horizon Europe programme.
Quandela is beneficiary of the Qu-pilot project: Experimental production capabilities for quantum technologies in Europe under the grant agreement 101113983 of Horizon Europe programme.
Quandela is beneficiary of the EPIQUE project: European Photonic Quantum Computer under the grant agreement 101135288 of Horizon Europe programme.
Quandela is beneficiary of the QUDOT-TECH project. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 861097.
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Quandela was grand prize winner of the iLab competition in 2018, labelled French Tech Seed in 2020 and winner of the i-Nov competition in 2021.
Quandela is funded by Region Ile de France as beneficiary of the project ParisRegionQCI for the demonstration of a quantum channel implementation on the Paris Region and as winner of the Innov’up program for the development of quantum light sources for telecom wavelengths.