The Italian footprint in German technological poles
Feb. 14, 2022

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by Agnese Franceschini and Filippo Proietti

German technological excellences speak also Italian: Agnese Franceschini in studio explains us the functioning of the new quantum computer of Jülich with the help of the scientist Tommaso Calarco. Gianaurelio Cuniberti, professor at the Technische Universität in Dresden, tells us about the "Silicon Valley" in Saxony. Engineer Pio Lombardi has supervised the automation of a furniture factory in Brandenburg.



From Jülich in North Rhine-Westphalia, where experiments are being carried out on the future of computing and where the most powerful quantum computer in Europe has been built, to Dresden seat of "Silicon Saxony". The German centers of excellence and technological vanguard have at their top Italian collaborators.

In Dresden works Professor Gianaurelio Cuniberti who teaches material science in Dresden. At Filippo Proietti's microphone, Cuniberti praises the synergy between university and technological enterprises that in Dresden have created a pole that attracts qualified personnel from all over the world.


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The Italian footprint in German technological poles
Feb. 14, 2022

©https://www1.wdr.de/radio/cosmo/programm/sendungen/radio-colonia

by Agnese Franceschini and Filippo Proietti

German technological excellences speak also Italian: Agnese Franceschini in studio explains us the functioning of the new quantum computer of Jülich with the help of the scientist Tommaso Calarco. Gianaurelio Cuniberti, professor at the Technische Universität in Dresden, tells us about the "Silicon Valley" in Saxony. Engineer Pio Lombardi has supervised the automation of a furniture factory in Brandenburg.



From Jülich in North Rhine-Westphalia, where experiments are being carried out on the future of computing and where the most powerful quantum computer in Europe has been built, to Dresden seat of "Silicon Saxony". The German centers of excellence and technological vanguard have at their top Italian collaborators.

In Dresden works Professor Gianaurelio Cuniberti who teaches material science in Dresden. At Filippo Proietti's microphone, Cuniberti praises the synergy between university and technological enterprises that in Dresden have created a pole that attracts qualified personnel from all over the world.


Further links (in Italian)

ARD cosmo italiano

podcast via Apple podcasts

podcast via Google Podcasts

podcast via Spotify

podcast via Amazon Music




Involved Scientists
Cuniberti
Gianaurelio Cuniberti
Chair
Cuniberti
Gianaurelio Cuniberti
Chair
Cuniberti
Gianaurelio Cuniberti
Chair

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