Dutch researchers have been working with Japanese scientists and companies for decades, with the development of the first flux qubit in 2003 as the most striking example. To further strengthen the collaborations, a second Japan-Netherlands Quantum Conference is planned for 16-17 September in Delft.
The conference offers the opportunity to leading scientists of both countries to present their new work in plenary talks and a poster session. There also will be ample time for informal discussions and lab tours.
The conference is expected to gather around 150 participants from academic and business communities in both countries and aims to discuss scientific progress in quantum technology in joint fields of interest, and to strengthen collaborations between both countries. Topics include: quantum information, theory solid-state quantum computing devices and architectures, quantum software and algorithms and quantum materials.
Keynote speakers are:
Prof. Yoshihisa Yamamato
Prof. Ronald Hanson
Prof. Seigo Tarucha
Prof. Kohei Itoh
Prof. Leo Kouwenhoven
Prof. Yasunobu Nakamura
Emeritus Prof. Hans Mooij
Prof. Lieven Vandersypen
This is a unique opportunity for scientists and researchers to present their latest advances, and to meet, exchange ideas, and form new working relationships.
Please register soon via the event website, we have limited availability!