100 Years are just the Begin­ning:

The for­mu­la­ti­on of Quan­tum Mecha­nics in 1925 laid a las­ting foun­da­ti­on for our phy­si­cal under­stan­ding of natu­re. A cen­tu­ry later, Quan­tum Mecha­nics has an impact on are­as of ever­y­day life such as cul­tu­re, sci­ence, tech­no­lo­gy and art. 
Why does the sun shi­ne? What holds atoms tog­e­ther? Why do some mole­cu­les con­tri­bu­te to glo­bal warm­ing and others don’t? Why are things magne­tic? All the­se ever­y­day expe­ri­en­ces can only be explai­ned by the phe­no­me­na of Quan­tum Phy­sics. It is the smal­lest buil­ding blocks of mat­ter and their inter­ac­tions that cau­se gre­at dif­fe­ren­ces. This under­stan­ding has led to revo­lu­tio­na­ry tech­ni­cal deve­lo­p­ments: LEDs as ener­gy-saving light sources, tran­sis­tors as the cen­tre­pie­ce of our smart tech­no­lo­gies and magne­tic reso­nan­ce ima­ging as an important tool for medi­cal ima­ging. And we are only at the begin­ning – cur­rent deve­lo­p­ments in quan­tum tech­no­lo­gies are likely to fun­da­men­tal­ly chan­ge our world once again.     
The Deut­sche Phy­si­ka­li­sche Gesell­schaft (DPG) is taking this as a chan­ce to high­light the role of Quan­tum Phy­sics from all sides with a com­pre­hen­si­ve anni­ver­sa­ry pro­gram­me tog­e­ther with its inter­na­tio­nal sis­ter socie­ties and other part­ners. This also includes Quan­tum Com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on. The plan­ned UNESCO “Inter­na­tio­nal Year of Quan­tum Sci­ence and Tech­no­lo­gy” will pro­vi­de the frame­work for this. Click here for more infor­ma­ti­on about Quantum2025.

Source refe­rence: https://www.quantum2025.de/