Fourth PQC Standardization Conference


At this conference, we will discuss various aspects of the candidate algorithms and obtain valuable feedback for informing decisions on standardization. NIST will invite the submission teams for both the selected algorithms, as well as the algorithms advancing to the fourth round, to give an update on their algorithms.

Quantum resources: from mathematical foundations to operational characterisation


Various properties of quantum systems are starting to find use in the development of practical quantum technologies, elevating phenomena such as entanglement and coherence from mathematical curiosities to physical resources. The framework of quantum resource theories aims to understand these features in a unified fashion and establish methods to characterise them effectively. The workshop Quantum resources: […]

Q2B22 Silicon Valley

Santa Clara Convention Center California

Q2B is excited to be back for the sixth year in a row, to connect the international quantum community computing ecosystems! Q2B will be featuring top academics, industry end users, government representatives and quantum computing vendors from all over the world.

SPIE Photonex


Come hear a great technical programme connecting research with industry. Engage in the latest research on a wide range of photonics and related technologies, such as quantum technologies, silicon photonics, biophotonics and imaging, organic semiconductors, photoemission spectroscopy for materials analysis, hyperspectral imaging, and more.

AIMday™ Quantum Technologies

University of Toronto St. George Campus, Toronto

Fast-track solutions through industry-academic collaboration Join us in Toronto on Wednesday December 7, 2022 for AIMday™ Quantum Technologies. (Venue to be announced.) Hosted by The Centre for Quantum Information and Quantum Control (CQIQC) at the University of Toronto, this AIMday™ will explore solutions to challenges that are important for advancing quantum applications and the quantum economy. Quantum Technologies – […]

Conference on Quantum Non-Markovianity 2022


Non-Markovian noise in quantum processes As quantum processors increase in size and complexity, a new kind of noise seems to be the limiting factor. Non-Markovian noise is the kind of noise that travels and compounds through the quantum device. Let’s meet up in real life and help us establish and advance the field of Quantum […]

First ACM/IEEE International Workshop on Quantum Computing

Seattle Seattle

The ACM/IEEE International Workshop on Quantum Computing is a forum that brings together researchers and practitioners interested in quantum, hybrid quantum-classical and quantum inspired computing. Sponsored by ACM and IEEE, the workshop seeks to act as a conduit for the presentation of recent research results in all areas of quantum computing. Papers reporting on initial […]

Workshop on continuous-variable photonic quantum computing


Join us for an exciting two-day workshop with an intense focus on continuous-variable photonic quantum computing in a Christmas-decorated Copenhagen. The aim of the workshop is to gather a large share of the researchers working on this rather specific topic for engaging talks and discussions. This will hopefully generate new ideas and further advance the prospects […]

Coping with Errors in Scalable Quantum Computing Systems

Physikzentrum Bad Honnef Hauptstraße 5, Bad Honnef

Quantum computing is rapidly evolving from a basic science activity of university labs towards an enterprise with high-rising market projections, strongly increasing investments and with startups and large enterprises assessing quantum use-cases in their business sectors. In contrast to classical computers, however, quantum processors must cope with the errors that occur during computations, which limits […]

Jonathan P. Dowling Memorial Conference on Quantum Science and Technology

Sydney Sydney

The MQ Centre for Quantum Engineering is organising this conference in memory of our colleague and mentor Jonathan P. Dowling.  Jonathan Dowling (1955–2020) was one of the pioneers of optical quantum information processing.  He was closely involved in the US government's development of quantum information science, working on diverse topics including quantum metrology, Boson Sampling and quantum […]



D-Wave is happy to announce that Qubits is shifting to a hybrid conference—in-person in beautiful Miami Beach and virtual as well. In order to accommodate this change, the conference will now take place Jan. 17 – 19, 2023. Attending Qubits in person is an excellent opportunity to connect with other innovators involved in quantum computing. […]

Quantum Days 2023


Quantum Days is a virtual three-day conference that brings together Canada’s quantum community. The interactive sessions feature talks by prominent speakers, panel discussions, industry sessions, and poster presentations with over 1,000 participants from coast-to-coast. Participants include students, researchers, industry, policy makers, investors, and more. Topics range from cutting-edge academic research in theory and experiment, to […]