Quantum phenomena underlie complex processes in nature and can be utilized to bring computation and simulation into a new era.
This second quantum revolution aims at engineering and controlling quantum systems for specific applications, thus overcoming the barriers currently imposed by classical approaches. Quantum technologies hold the potential to transform computing, encryption, communication, sensing and drug design, and to progress understanding of natural phenomena at relevant timescales and environments.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation Quantum-life Workshop will bring together quantum-aficionados from academia, industry, and investment for an exciting day of knowledge sharing and networking, with the ambition to nucleate research-innovation partnerships and lay the seeds for realising new quantum technologies in the life sciences.
- Andy Mason, D-Wave Systems, UK
- Charles M Marcus, Q-dev & Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- Christopher Monroe, IonQ & University of Maryland, USA
- Georg Bruun, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University, Denmark
- Ilia Solov’yov, QuantBioLab, University of Southern Denmark
- Ivano Tavernelli, IBM Zürich, Switzerland
- Kees Eijkel, QuTech, Netherlands
- Lucas Siow, ProteinQure, Canada
- Microsoft, Redmond, USA
- Per Delsing, Wallenberg Centre for Quantum Technology, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
- Peter Lodahl, Hy-Q & Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- Ulrik L Andersen, BigQ & Department of Physics, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Participation is free of charge.
Registration is on a first-come first-served basis and deadline is 23 october 2019 . For additional information contact: email@example.com