International Partners

Scaling many quantum technologies will require worldwide collaborations, such as the development of a global quantum communication network. The Chicago Quantum Exchange partners with leading organizations across the globe to accelerate advances in quantum science and engineering. By combining efforts and leveraging opportunities, CQE and its partners increase the resources and talent in the quantum field worldwide. They are also working to enhance student and postdoctoral training opportunities.


QuTech, a partnership between the Delft University of Technology and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research, brings together science and engineering to create scalable prototypes for quantum computing and the future quantum internet. QuTech is a pioneer in quantum effects in semiconductor and superconductor circuits and in translating fundamental scientific breakthrough into leading quantum technology developments.

University of New South Wales

The Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology in the University of New South Wales hosts quantum physicists and engineers who are leading researchers in silicon-based quantum computing. UNSW researchers are focused on delivering full-scale quantum systems for quantum computing, communication, and information processing through material design and novel methods for entangling quantum information.

Weizmann Institute of Science

The Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, is one of the world’s top-ranking multidisciplinary research institutions and offers masters’ and doctoral-level degrees across five faculties. Noted for its wide-ranging exploration of the natural and exact sciences, Institute scientists are advancing research on the human brain, artificial intelligence, computer science and encryption, astrophysics and particle physics, and they are tackling diseases such as cancer, and addressing climate change through environmental, ocean and plant sciences, and more.