Over 250 participants expected in Oberkochen, Germany on April, 19th to launch the Quantum Coordination and Support Action (QSA).
Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the latest Quantum Flagship developments, discuss with representatives of the QSA and the European Commission and participate in workshops on various topics connected to Quantum Technologies including the Flagship’s strategic research agenda, academia-industry partnerships and innovation, and international cooperation in the field of Quantum Technologies.
The detailed agenda of the meeting can be found below. QT community members are encouraged to register and participate and use this chance to help shape the future of our field!
Also, the scientific ZEISS symposium “Optics in the Quantum World” will be held at the same location during the two days before the community meeting. Our host ZEISS kindly invites you to also participate in this exciting event! Notice that no participation fee will be charged for either event.
Agenda (April 19th)
8:15 Setting the scene and Introduction of the Quantum Community Network (QCN)
8:45 Strategic Research Agenda Working Group (SRA WG): Goals and working mode
9:45 Break-out sessions on SRA
– Sensing and Metrology
– Engineering and Control
– Software and Theory
– Basic Science
11:00 Presentation of break-out session results in plenum
12:45 Break-out sessions on
– Education & Outreach
– Governance & Implementation
– Infrastructure for QT
– QT in space (in cooperation with COST action QTSpace)
– International cooperation
14:30 Presentation of break-out session results in plenum
15:00 Towards a European Quantum Technology ecosystem
15:15 Panel-discussion: The Quantum Flagship after the ramp-up phase
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