Quantum. Network. Perspectives - Research group leaders from the Quantum Information National Laboratory of Hungary and cutting-edge professors of quantum technology research from Stuttgart, Ulm, Tübingen, Karlsruhe and Konstanz presented the results of their research groups and future research directions at a joint workshop on 3 June 2022 at the world-class research building, the Centre for Applied Quantum Technology (ZaQuant), which was opened last year at the University of Stuttgart.

Researchers of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics set a new Hungarian distance record in the field of quantum-based key distribution between the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and the Wigner Research Centre for Physics with their own tools.
The WSC Laboratory of the Wigner Research Centre for Physics is organizing the 12th GPU Day dedicated to the fields of massively parallel computing, visualization, and data analysis in scientific and industrial applications.
The XII Symposium of the Einstein Telescope (ET) took place in Budapest, at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, on the 7th - 8th of June. The ET scientific community met in Budapest for a crucial step in the long Einstein Telescope journey: the formal establishment of the ET Collaboration.

The 12th ET Symposium is a milestone of the Einstein Telescope project. The ET project is on the ESFRI roadmap since July 2021.  A collection of European research institutions, universities and research teams is on the way to establishing the Einstein Telescope Collaboration. That is the primary goal of the conference.