Airbus Quantum Computing Challenge

Could quantum technology solve the most complex flight physics challenges? With this game-changing open tech challenge we took cutting-edge science out of the lab and into industry.

“Win-win. For Airbus, it is new ideas and solutions for practical cases. For the participants, working on real-world problems from industry.”

- AQCC Participant

Airbus Quantum Computing Challenge

Could quantum technology solve the most complex flight physics challenges? With this game-changing open tech challenge we took cutting-edge science out of the lab and into industry.

“Win-win. For Airbus, it is new ideas and solutions for practical cases. For the participants, working on real-world problems from industry.”

- AQCC Participant

The Brief

Inspire the global community of experts, researchers, academics and start-ups to join an open-tech quantum computing challenge and develop solutions for the aviation industry.

Approach

Together with Airbus, we designed and implemented every stage of the year long challenge to appeal to this specialised global community. This included a highly targeted multichannel communications campaign; a custom platform allowing participants to access materials, engage with Airbus and submit their solutions and a robust selection process involving a jury of Airbus experts and QC leaders.

The Brief

Inspire the global community of experts, researchers, academics and start-ups to join an open-tech quantum computing challenge and develop solutions for the aviation industry.

Approach

Together with Airbus, we designed and implemented every stage of the year long challenge to appeal to this specialised global community. This included a highly targeted multichannel communications campaign; a custom platform allowing participants to access materials, engage with Airbus and submit their solutions and a robust selection process involving a jury of Airbus experts and QC leaders.

1000+

across 50+ countries represented including: MIT, Imperial College London, National University of Singapore.

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companies from 47 countries involved or expressed interest including: Capgemini, IBM, Cambridge Quantum Computing

200+

universities across 50+ countries represented including:MIT, Imperial College London, National University of Singapore.

1000+

Individuals from 70+ countries registered for the challenge or joined the community

300+

Companies and start-ups in 47 countries including: Capgemini, IBM, Cambridge Quantum Computing

200+

Universities across 50+ countries including: MIT, Imperial College London, National University of Singapore.

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