ERHARDT Serikat and Tecnalia are presenting their groundbreaking solution to the “bin packing problem” in the logistics sector at the “Quantum Matter International Conference”.

ERHARDT Serikat at the “Quantum Matter International Conference”.

ERHARDT Serikat and Tecnalia are presenting their groundbreaking solution to the bin packing problem in the logistics sector at the Quantum Matter International Conference, currently underway in San Sebastián. The project aims to minimize the number of shipping containers needed to transport N items of varying dimensions (this challenge is commonly known as the bin packing problem).

The event is taking place at the iconic Kursaal in Donostia and is bringing together over 600 professionals in quantum technologies from around the globe. This gathering is part of the “Basque Quantum Strategy” by the Basque Government and is organized by the Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC). The objective is to foster idea exchange and collaboration to drive advancements in this rapidly expanding technological field.

This year, a total of 60 speakers and 25 exhibitors have confirmed their participation, including renowned experts such as Ignacio Cirac from the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Jay M. Gambetta from IBM, Amir Yacoby from Harvard University, Michelle Simmons from the University of New South Wales (Australia), Leo Kouwenhoven from Delft University of Technology (Netherlands), Artur Ekert from the University of Oxford, and James S. Clarke from Intel.

The Basque Quantum Strategy (BasQ) is led by the Department of Education, with the involvement of the provincial councils of Araba, Bizkaia, and Gipuzkoa, and with the strategic participation of IBM. BasQ aims to “position the Basque Country as the most advanced Quantum Technology Hub in Southern Europe.”

Together, we continue to advance towards the quantum future!

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