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Power duo puts all their effort into Eindhoven Engine

With the High Tech Systems Center’s integration into Eaisi, figureheads Katja Pahnke and Maarten Steinbuch think it’s time to hand over the baton. They now have their hands free for their next Apollo project: Eindhoven Engine.

Headlines

Vodafone probes Effect Photonics’ optical transceivers
Think tank: rejuvenate European IC design before building a fab
New investment primes Delft Circuits for industrialization
Amolf creates perovskite paintings by having the ink react with the canvas
National Growth Fund funds quantum and AI research agendas
TUE develops even smarter smart windows for greenhouses
Bestronics picks BIC to place PCB prototype production
TSMC calls worldwide plans for boosting chip production “unrealistic”

Quix highlights its competitive edge in photonic quantum computing

With the release of a new generation quantum photonic processor, startup Quix wants to show the world that it has the superior technology to succeed in this emerging field.

In other news

Elon Musk is leaving Silicon Valley for Texas (CNN)
Apple starts work on its own cellular modem (Bloomberg)
New fabrication method for perovskite solar cells promises to break the efficiency limit (TUE)

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