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This Tuesday, November 29, 2022, launch of Siquance,
start-up dedicated to quantum computing


Siquance was founded by Maud Vinet (CEO, from CEA, ERC laureate), Tristan Meunier (CTO, from CNRS, ERC laureate) and François Perruchot (COO, from CEA), international experts in silicon technologies, quantum engineering and strategic marketing. Siquance is based on 15 years of research work at CNRS and CEA.

It benefits from the very rich ecosystem in Grenoble based on a unique and close partnership between CNRS, Université Grenoble Alpes, CEA, INRIA and the large European facilities.

On this occasion, Jean-Luc Moullet, Director General for Innovation at CNRS, said: “CNRS is continuing its strategic investment in the field of quantum computing with the creation of Siquance. We are delighted to contribute, together with another research organization, to the emergence of a new key player in the sector in France. We are confident in the potential of our ecosystem to reproduce a similar partnership approach, in line with the challenges of technological and industrial sovereignty of our country.”

Jean-Luc Moullet, deputy director general for innovation at CNRS, at the press conference

Read more:
Press release here
CNRS Espace presse


Left to right:
Laurence Magaud, director Institut Néel
Tristan Meunier, CTO from CNRS
Maud Vinet, CEO from CEA
Marjorie Fraisse, déléguée régionale CNRS Alpes