On Friday December 2, Delft will host the 8th QSC General Assembly, organized by Johannes Borregaard (QuTech, Delft), Gayane Vardoyan (QuTech, Delft) and Arghavan Safavi-Naini (IoP/UvA, Amsterdam). You may expect exciting presentations from fundamental mathematics to experimental quantum optics. Confirmed speakers are Philipp Schindler (University of Innsbruck), Stacey Jeffery (QuSoft, CWI) and David Hayes (Quantinuum).
Professor Gilles Brassard performs as ‘Turing Chair for Quantum Software’ at ILLC UvA, and he is hosted at
QuSoft at NWO institute CWI. In honour of this chair, we are organising a symposium at Science Park Amsterdam on 13 December 2022, from 13.00 – 16.00.
On 20 December 2022, we will host our final Quantum & Society Research Colloquium of the year, as a hybrid event hosted at the Institute for Information law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Amsterdam, with Ot van Daalen as our speaker.
Hosted by the Quantum Group of Ghent University.
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.