EQTC 2019

Published on December 11th, 2018

EQTC 2019 is the first international conference of the European Quantum Flagship. It will provide a full coverage of European and International most prominent and recent advances in quantum technologies. Basic science, communication, computing, simulation, sensing areas will each be covered through plenary and parallel sessions, as well as poster sessions.

EQTC 2019 will provide also a full update on the European Flagship momentum, strategies and opportunities including reports from and discussions with the Strategic Research Agenda, Innovation, and Education Working Groups of the Quantum Flagship. It will allow to meet the European and International academic and industrial QT communities, and also learn about other issues such as standardization and communication of quantum technologies towards the general public.

The conference will start on Monday, February 18th at 8:30 and will finish on Friday, February 22nd at 15:00. The conference registration and welcome buffet will take place on Sunday, February 17th starting from 17:00.

Find out more about the Program on the event website.

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