Register for Virtual BQIT:20

Registration for BQIT:20 is now open until 23rd April 2020.

To register click here.

For more information please email us at bqit-admin@bristol.ac.uk.

The Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop will return online from 27-29 April 2020 with a new programme of speakers bringing you everything you need to know about the emerging field of Quantum Technology.

COVID-19 update

In light of new regulations set out by the UK government and the University of Bristol, BQIT:20 will be evolving into a virtual workshop, which we are looking to run over the same dates of 27-29 April 2020.
 
We will be making the virtual workshop free to all attendees. If you have paid for registration and/or conference dinners, you will be receiving a full refund. Please look out on your email for a receipt confirming your refund.
 
We would like to highlight that our virtual BQIT:20 is under development, and given the uncertainty of the current situation we can not guarantee that the workshop can go ahead, even online. We will do all we can to ensure this goes ahead, but please be advised that should anything change we will of course let you know with as much notice as possible.

BQIT is a three day annual workshop aimed at enabling leading UK and international academics and industrial partners to come together; to explore and discuss future ambitions and challenges in the field of Quantum Information Technologies. Since our conception in 2014 we have had 190 speakers and panellists who have presented their work and opinions on a range of topics, from quantum theory to innovation in industry. Our confirmed speakers and panellists at Virtual BQIT:20 are:

Alex Clark (Imperial College London)
Barbara Kraus
 (Innsbruck University)
Carla Figueira De Morisson Faria (UCL)
Christine Silberhorn (Paderborn University)
Dominic Horsman
 
(Universite Grenoble Alpes)
Emma Chapman
 
(Imperial College London)
Glaucia Murta
 
(Heinrich-Heine-Universitat Dusseldorf)
Lindsay LeBlanc
 
(University of Alberta)
Lisa Ibberson
 
(Hitachi Cambridge)
Marco Bellini
 (Istituto Nazionale di Ottica CNR-INO)
Margherita Mazzera
 (Heriot Watt University)
Maria Chekhova
 (Max-Planch Institute for the Science of Light)
Mariella Minder
 (University of Cambridge & Toshiba CRL)
Michal Oszmaniec (CTP PAS)
Nadja Bernardes (Federal University of Pernambuco)
Natalia Ares (University of Oxford)
Natalia Herrera Valencia (Heriot Watt University)
Omar Magana-Loaiza (Louisiana State University)
Pete Mosley (University of Bath)
Roope Uola (University of Geneva)
Sonia Buckley (NIST)
Vadim Makarov (Russian Quantum Centre)

Our virtual workshop programme will be available soon.

We will be holding an online poster session at Virtual BQIT:20. If you would like to submit an abstract please do so by emailing 100-200 words to bqit-admin@bristol.ac.uk by 13th April 2020.

Registration for BQIT:20 is now open until 23rd April 2020. Click here to register.

A copy of our code of conduct can be viewed here: Virtual BQIT:20 COC (PDF, 100kB)

For further information, please contact us at bqit-admin@bristol.ac.uk

BQIT:20 poster session

We will be holding an online poster session at Virtual BQIT:20. If you would like to submit an abstract please do so by emailing 100-200 words to bqit-admin@bristol.ac.uk.

The deadline to submit poster session abstracts is 13th April 2020. You will be notified of your acceptance by 20th April 2020.

Information from BQIT:20

Really great conference. I liked the format and the size. Small enough that conversations were not difficult to initiate but large enough that there were a really great list of attendees from a broad range of topics (all with the theme of quantum technologies of course).

BQIT attendee, 2016

This was really a very good event. The organisation was excellent, professional and efficient. The mix of speakers was very interesting. The location on the waterfront was a great backdrop for the meeting.

BQIT attendee, 2017

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