Joint Symposium on Quantum Technologies

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Joint Symposium on Quantum Technologies

13 September - 14 September

Building on the success of the series of ITU Joint Symposia on Quantum Technologies held over 2021 and 2022, NPL will host the first in-person Joint Symposium on Quantum Technologies

National Physical Laboratory Joint Symposium on Quantum TechnologiesThis two-day symposium will include speakers from across quantum industry and academia to both provide a broad introduction to and present the latest advances across all pillars of quantum technologies including:

  • Quantum Computation
  • Quantum Communication
  • Quantum Integrated Circuits
  • Quantum Sensing and Imaging
  • Quantum Metrology and Standardisation

Speakers include: Sir Peter Knight, Mark Thompson (Psi Quantum), Francesco Poletti (Southampton University), Jake Kennard (KETS), Taofiq Paraiso (Toshiba), Andrew Robertson (Bay Photonics), Martin Schell (Fraunhofer HHI), Bernard Lee (Senko), Lloyd McKnight (Fraunhofer CAP), Devin Smith (Quix), Maksym Sich (Aegiq), Robert Hadfield (University of Glasgow), Mike Wale (UCL), Mike Holynski (University of Birmingham), Ryan Hanley (Cold Quanta), George Dunlop (Quantum Dice), Christopher Payne-Dwyer (Quantic), Reza Nejabati (Bristol Uni), Giannis Giannoulis (Technical University of Athens)

Call for papers

You are invited to submit your latest research to this conference. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings by the Institute of Physics.


13 September
14 September
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