Innovative Computing Technologies for Earth Observation



The main theme of the event is innovative computing technologies and their application to Earth observation.

QC4EO Study Final Presentation

The main objective of the Quantum Computing for Earth Observation (QC4EO) study was to investigate whether quantum computing can provide a quantum advantage to Earth observation applications within a medium to long timeframe (within the next 15 years). The study has been addressed by a multidisciplinary consortium led by Forschungszentrum Jülich consisting of partners with different competences. In the final presentation, the main results of the study will be presented.


Gabriele Cavallaro (FZ Jülich)

Mattia Verducci (Thales Alenia Space Italy)

Marco Tesoro (INFN)

Jiří Guth Jarkovský (IQM)

Benjamin Marchand (Thales Alenia Space France)

HPC and Innovative Computing Workshop

The HPC and Innovative Computing workshop will bring together HPC and EO experts to discuss the interconnections and future of both fields, in terms of potential, needs, and challenges.


Gabriele Cavallaro (FZ Jülich)

Ilaria Siloi (INFN)

Jiří Guth Jarkovský (IQM)

Gabriella Bettonte (CINECA)

Mikael Johannson (CSC)

Luca Girardo (ESA)

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