European Infrastructure for
Rydberg Quantum Computing


Founded in 2019, PASQAL builds quantum processors made of neutral atoms. The company has leveraged the technology pioneered at Institut d'Optique (Palaiseau, France) for more than 10 years in optical tweezers and Rydberg atoms, to bring a practical quantum advantage to its customers and address real-world problems. Developing full computing stack from hardware to software tools, PASQAL has 100+ employees and has offices in Palaiseau and Massy, south of Paris, France, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and in Sherbrooke, Canada.

Role within EuRyQa

Within the framework of the EuRyQa project, PASQAL will further develop digital quantum processing on its Rydberg platform, where qubits are encoded into ground states of Rubidium atoms. For this purpose, PASQAL will experimentally implement and benchmark quantum circuits with the ambitious goal of targeting real-world applications, while developing strategies to encode logical qubits on intermediate-scale arrays of atomic qubits.

Main contacts

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Adrien Signoles

Deputy CTO

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Julius De Hond

Quantum Interface Engineer