Quantum Technology International Conference 2018

The growing ability to manipulate quantum systems is paving the way for a second quantum revolution and a number of initiatives worldwide have been formed to foster quantum technologies. These exciting novel applications are exploiting specific quantum properties which are not accessible with classical resources such as superposition and entanglement of individual quantum systems.

The objectives of the QTech conference is to present the latest developments of quantum technologies in the domains of quantum communication, computation, simulation, sensors and metrology, and their implementation using various platforms from atoms and ions to solid states, superconducting circuits and optics.

  • Quantum information processing and computing
  • Quantum simulation
  • Quantum sensors and quantum metrology
  • Quantum communication
  • Fundamental science for quantum technologies
  • Atom and ion trapping
  • Superconducting circuits
  • Quantum optics and non-classical light sources
  • Solid states and hybrid systems

Still possible to register: a few seats remain!

Plenary speakers

12 high profile speakers are invited to give plenary speeches at the Quantum Technology International Conference


Limited to 250 attendees: QTech 2018 will be organized at the Ecole Normale Supérieur (Ulm), the venue includes a comfortable and modern auditorium, posters area and a friendly exhibition space.


2 afterworks will be additional opportunities for you to network and enjoy your stay in Paris!



Patrice Genevet

Prof. Antoine Heidmann

Kastler Brossel Laboratory, France


Patrice Genevet

Prof. Nicolas Treps

Kastler Brossel Laboratory, France


Patrice Genevet

Prof. Akira Furusawa

University of Tokyo, Japan

Patrice Genevet

Prof. Eleni Diamanti

University Pierre and Marie Curie, France

Patrice Genevet

Prof. Eugene Polzik

Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark

Patrice Genevet

Prof. Pascale Senellart-Mardon

CNRS – C2N, France

Patrice Genevet

Prof. Tobias Kippenberg

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Patrice Genevet

Prof.  Philippe Bouyer

Institut d’Optique, CNRS, France

Patrice Genevet

Prof. Andreas Wallraff

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Patrice Genevet

Dr. Michel Brune

Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, Collège de France, ENS, Sorbonne Université, CNRS, France

Patrice Genevet

Prof. Hans J. Briegel

University of Innsbruck, Austria

Patrice Genevet

Prof. David Lucas

University of Oxford, UK

Prof. Stephanie Wehner

Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

Patrice Genevet

Prof. Leonardo Fallani

University of Florence, Italy


École Normale Supérieure (Ulm), Paris