Quantum Technology International Conference – QTech 2024

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, which will take place on September 10-12, 2024 in Berlin, is to present the latest developments of quantum technologies in the domains of quantum communication, computation, simulation, sensors and metrology, both in their implementation using various platforms from atoms and ions to solid states, superconducting circuits and optics, as well as in their conceptual and theoretical foundations.



  • TOPICS
  • Quantum information processing and computing
  • Quantum simulation
  • Quantum sensors and quantum metrology
  • Quantum communication
  • Quantum networks and repeaters
  • Fundamental science for quantum technologies
  • Quantum optics and non-classical light sources
  • Quantum light-matter interfaces and memories
  • Solid states and hybrid systems
  • Quantum non-linear optics

Submit before the early bird submission deadline !

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12

Plenary Speakers

12 high profile speakers are invited to give plenary speeches at Quantum Technology International Conference 2024

250

Attendees

Limited to 250 attendees : QTech 2024 will be organized at Freie Universität Berlin, the venue includes a comfortable and modern auditorium, posters area and a friendly exhibition space.

2

Afterworks

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

CO-CHAIRMAN

Prof. Arno Rauschenbeutel

Prof. Arno Rauschenbeutel

Humboldt-Universität, Berlin

CHAIRMAN

Prof. Jens Eisert

Prof. Jens Eisert

Freie Universität, Berlin

CO-CHAIRMAN

Dr Philippe Faist

Dr Philippe Faist

Freie Universität, Berlin

PLENARY SPEAKERS

The confirmation status of each speaker after the conference reschedule is updated continuously below.

Prof. Antonio Acin

Prof. Antonio Acin

ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Barcelona, Spain

Prof. Richard Kueng

Prof. Richard Kueng

Johannes Kepler Universität Linz (JKU Linz), Austria

Prof. Stacey Jeffery

Prof. Stacey Jeffery

CWI and QuSoft (Amsterdam)

Prof. Mete Atature

Prof. Mete Atature

University of Cambridge, UK

Prof. Markus Aspelmeyer

Prof. Markus Aspelmeyer

Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna, Vienna

Prof. Christine Silberhorn

Prof. Christine Silberhorn

Paderborn university, Paderborn, Germany

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT THE PAST EDITION

Take a look at the abstracts of the previous editions

  • Quantum networks based on integrated optics and pulsed light (more details)
  • Sensing Of Motion Beyond The Standard Quantum Limit (more details)
  • Applying Quantum Sensors (more details)
  • Bose-Einstein condensates with chiral interactions (more details)
  • Engineering Synthetic Quantum Systems With Ultracold Atoms And Light (more details)
  • Linking up trapped-ion quantum computers (more details)
  • Deterministic Quantum State Transfer And Remote Entanglement Using Microwave Photons (more details)
  • Learning And Artificial Intelligence In The Quantum Domain (more details)
  • A Time-Domain Multiplexed Measurement-Based Large-Scale Optical Quantum Computer (more details)
  • Faster And Better Quantum Logic With Trapped Ions (more details)
  • Distributed Phase Sensing Using Four-Mode Entanglement (more details)
  • Trustworthy certifications of quantum communication technologies (more details)
  • Linking up trapped-ion quantum computers (more details)
  • Controllable Single Photon Time-Bin Encoded Qubits From A Quantum Dot (more details)
  • Fiber Coupled Epr-State Generation From A Single Squeezing Source (more details)
  • Quantum Simulators In Hybrid Nanocircuits (more details)
  • Spin Qubit Operation At 1K (more details)
  • Cavity Photons For Integrated Quantum Logic And Cluster-State Preparation (more details)
  • Interplay Between Atoms And Optical Vortices Through A Raman Transition (more details)
  • Quantum Engine Efficiency Bound Beyond The Second Law Of Thermodynamics (more details)
  • Chip-To-Chip Space Encoding High Dimensional Quantum Communications (more details)
  • Plasmonic Coherent Perfect Absorption And Switching In A Fiberized Quantum Network (more details)
  • Quantum Simulators As Quantum Sensors: Quantum Entanglement And Correlations From Strongly Interacting Phases Of Matter (more details)
  • A Single Ion Coupled To An Ultraviolet Fiber Cavity (more details)
  • How long until a quantum repeater? (more details)
  • Highly-efficient ensemble-based quantum memory for light (more details)
  • Generation of pure quantum light in the solid-state (more details)