SCHEDULE

Schedule overview

Schedule overview

  • 8 AM                         
  • 9 AM                         
  • 9:35 AM                         
  • 10:15 AM                         
  • 10:45 AM                         
  • 11:20 AM                         
  • 12 PM                         
  • 1:30 PM                         
  • 2:30 PM                         
  • 4 PM                         
  • 4:30 PM                         
  • 7 PM                         

Wednesday, September 5

  • Registration
  • Prof. Philippe Bouyer:
    Quantum sensors with matter waves: from fundamental physics to applications
  • Prof. Eugene Polzik:
    Sensing of motion beyond the standard quantum limit
  • Break
  • Prof. Tobias Kippenberg:
    Quantum optomechanics with nano-mechanical oscillators
  • Prof. Pascale Senellart-Mardon:
    Generating and manipulating single photons with semiconductor devices
  • Lunch
  • Posters session
        & Sponsors exhibition
  • Oral sessions
        
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        
  • Afterwork

Thursday, September 6

  • Registration
  • Prof. Stephanie Wehner:
    Coming soon
  • Prof. Leonardo Fallani:
    Engineering synthetic quantum systems with ultracold atoms and light
  • Break
  • Prof. David Lucas:
    Coming soon
  • Prof. Andreas Wallraff:
    Coming soon
  • Lunch
  • Posters session
        & Sponsors exhibition
  • Oral sessions
        
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        
  • Afterwork

Friday, September 7

  • Registration
  • Prof. Hans J. Briegel:
    Learning and artificial intelligence in the quantum domain
  • Prof. Eleni Diamanti:
    Coming soon
  • Break
  • Prof. Akira Furusawa:
    A time-domain multiplexed measurement-based large-scale optical quantum computer
  • Prof. Michel Brune:
    Toward a trapped circular Rydberg atom quantum simulator
  • Lunch
  • Posters session
        & Sponsors exhibition
  • Oral sessions
        
  • Break
  • Oral sessions
        

The Plenary speeches will be held in the auditorium, all other activities are suspended during those sessions in order to enable all participants to attend. There will be several oral sessions and workshops in parallel during the afternoon on different topics. Those sessions will be held in smaller rooms and the participants can select the ones they want to attend depending on their topics of interest.

The detailed schedule will be published 2 weeks before the Conference.

CONFERENCE AWARDS

The journal Quantum Science and Technology™(QST) (IOP Publishing) is pleased to offer a prize to the best poster presentation of QTech 2018. The Prize includes:

  A certificate

  A € 500 cash prize

The European Physical Journal (EPJ Quantum Technology) is pleased to offer a prize to the best oral presentation of QTech 2018. The Prize includes:

  A certificate

  A € 500 cash prize

The SIRTEQ is pleased to offer a prize to the best poster presentation of QTech 2018. The Prize includes:

  A certificate

  A tablet

The Kastler Brossel Laboratory Tour

The laboratory is glad to welcome you: visits will be scheduled during the conference in order to meet your colleagues in Paris. If you are interested, please send us an email at qtech2018@premc.org as soon as possible in order to organize this activity.

The Kastler Brossel Laboratory (LKB) is one of the leaders worldwide in the domain of quantum physics, covering a large number of subjects from fundamental tests to applications. Its research activities span over various aspects, concepts and systems: ultra-cold quantum gases based on cold atoms or Bose-Einstein condensates, quantum optics and quantum information, atoms and light in dense or complex media, tests of fundamental interactions and metrology.

QuantERA ERA-NET Cofund in Quantum Technologies

QuantERA is a network of 32 organisations from 26 countries, coordinated by the National Science Centre, Poland, supporting research in Quantum Technologies (QT). Through organising international calls for proposals QuantERA funds research projects in the field of QT.