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Over the course of an exciting few days, immerse yourself in a dynamic programme featuring engaging talks, insightful presentations, thought-provoking panel discussions, and vibrant poster sessions.


This is not only an opportunity to delve into the latest developments in quantum computing but also a chance to reconnect with industry friends and partners. The detailed agenda will be updated soon

Accepted Posters and Allocations

Invited Speakers


Zoë Holmes (EPFL)

Zoë Holmes is a Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Physics at EPFL, leading the Quantum Information and Computing group . Before this, she was named the Mark Kac Fellow at Los Alamos National Laboratory where her tenure  started in 2020 as a Postdoctoral Researcher, engaging in research on quantum algorithms and quantum machine learning for Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum (NISQ) computers.


Natalie Brown

Natalie Brown is a senior advanced physicist specializing in implementing quantum error correction protocols on real hardware. She received her PhD in physics and her MS in mathematics from the Georgia Institute of Technology under the advisement of Prof. Ken Brown studying quantum error correction in atomic qubits. Natalie has expertise in considering realistic error models in the physical implementation of quantum error correction codes and how to design fault-tolerant protocols accordingly. At Quantinuum she has, among other things, spearheaded the construction of scalable real-time decoding algorithms that are expected to be necessary for scalable fault-tolerant quantum computing, and helped develop the infrastructure and demonstration of general fault-tolerant algorithms.

Day 1 - 16th April 2024

Day 2* - 17th April 2024

Day 3 - 18th April 2024

*Please note that all the accepted talks will have a similar duration for presentations. The extended duration for talks in the parallel sessions has been reflected in the agenda to allow ample time for attendees to move between venues. The additional venue is just a 2-minute walk away!

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