Imagine a Quantum Future 

Imagine more precise global positioning systems (GPS) for land, sea, and air. Imagine detecting minute manufacturing defects in microchips or engines before they become dangerous. Imagine a cryptography code that is unbreakable. Advancements in science and innovation bring us closer to this vision, and the future is within reach.

Paving the Way for Innovation

Quantum science has catalyzed technologies that touch every aspect of our daily lives, paving the way for remarkable innovations with profound implications on society. Today, we find ourselves at the threshold of another quantum technology revolution encompassing quantum computers, cryptography, communication, sensing, materials, and more, in diverse fields such as climate science, data security and biomedicine, that together hold the promise of fundamentally changing how we live, work, and communicate with each other.

Seizing the Opportunity 

With a broad coalition of partners, UConn, Yale, and the Department of Economic and Community Development are developing a statewide strategic plan to ensure that Connecticut reaps the benefits of new quantum technologies that will come onto the market over the next several years.

Our plan is rooted in academic-industry research partnerships to develop quantum applications that are relevant to Connecticut industries, such as aerospace, insurance, finance, and biotech. We are also establishing a pathway for translating discoveries into actual products that companies can sell or adopt to be more competitive in the global market.

About Us

QuantumCT is a public-private partnership accelerating the adoption of quantum technologies in Connecticut and working with a broad coalition of partners to lay the groundwork for expansive, equitable economic development.

We are driven by a commitment to excellence, curiosity, and collaboration. These values shape every aspect of what we do, from developing cutting-edge technologies to fostering a culture that encourages creativity and continuous learning.

Latest News


Yale News

Yale, UConn propose a ‘quantum corridor’ for new tech, jobs in Connecticut

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Hartford Courant

Opinion: Connecticut must seize quantum technology opportunity and the job creation it brings

A man with a mask on working in a lab on quantum computer hardware.

Hartford Business

Students partner with businesses for quantum hackathon in New Haven