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In a world where data is growing in volume and complexity, quantum computers are opening up radical new possibilities for the future. In this post, we will explore the significance of quantum computing for science and the tech sector and look into why this topic is so interesting and important.

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Inside adesso

11.04.2023 By Stefan Mönk and Isabel Patzer

Our new partner: the University of Hildesheim

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Thanks to its partnership with the German University of Hildesheim, adesso is getting even more involved with the research in Lower Saxony. At the campus, adesso employees are out and about doing things such as participating in guest lectures, giving lectures themselves, working on research projects, providing assistance with dissertations or helping students prepare for the professional world that awaits them. In our blog post, you will learn how this partnership came about and what advantages it entails for students at the University of Hildesheim.

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Industries

23.01.2023 By Ellen Szczepaniak, Simon Bächle and Timo Hartmann

Winter and renewable energies – is that a contradiction in terms?

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The German energy transition is pursuing the goal that the share of electricity consumed from renewable energies should be at least 80 per cent by 2030. But can renewable energies also reliably generate electricity in the cold, dark depths of winter when outside is a never-ending barrage of rain, ice and snow? To what extent do these factors impact the power plants and what solutions are out there? In this blog post, we will take a look at the most important influences and impacts on renewable energies.

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Inside adesso

22.12.2022 By Ellen Szczepaniak, Zoe Holdt and Simon Bächle

VideKIS: a year of research

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Conventional power plants, such as nuclear or coal-fired power plants, still provide a large portion of the system services in the electricity grid these days, for example frequency maintenance. Our blog post about the VideKIS research project will reveal how these system services should also be provided using renewable energy sources in future.

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