Dhr. A.A. Urech promoveert op het proefschrift: 'Single strontium atoms in optical tweezers'. Promotor is prof. dr. F.E. Schreck. Copromotor is dr. R.J.C. Spreeuw.
QCTiP fosters meaningful collaboration between academic theorists and industry practitioners to define the pathway from the possible to the practical in quantum computing. Quantum Computing devices have made remarkable progress over the past five years. Multiple groups have demonstrated noisy intermediate noisy intermediate scale quantum (NISQ) devices and algorithms. We’re now at the beginning of the path toward large error corrected quantum computers.
Wieteke de Boer (TU/e), Rutger Ockhorst (TU Delft) and Doutzen Abma (CWI, Amsterdam) will organise the second Quantum Delta Netherlands (QDNL) Action Line 3.6 symposium at CWI in Amsterdam. Action Line 3.6 deals with talent/human capital for the younger generation, till 18 years.
The next Nederlands Mathematics Congres (NMC, Dutch Mathematical Congress) will take place on Tuesday 11 and Wednesday 12 April in 2023. Next to three interesting keynote speakers, the Brouwer medal will be awarded. There will be sessions by the Mathematics Clusters, Gravitation programmes (QSC and Networks) and AIM, inspiring workshops for PhD students, Speed dates with Industry and a poster competition.
We warmly invite you to join the monthly event “Inspiring Talks from the WIQD world”!
Every month, an inspiring role model will talk about their journey: what did they do to get to the point where they are today? What obstacles have they encountered, what successes have they celebrated and what tips do they have for their audience?
The international conference on Quantum Information Processing (QIP) is the premier annual meeting for quantum information research. Since the first meeting in Aarhus (Denmark) in 1998, the conference has featured breakthroughs by leaders in the disciplines of computing, cryptography, information theory, mathematics, and physics. QIP 2023 will be hosted by the Quantum Group of Ghent University.