The Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop will return from the 18-20 April 2018 with a new programme of speakers and panellists bringing you everything you need to know about the emerging field of Quantum Technology.

Since our conception in 2014 we have had 143 speakers and panellists who have presented their work and opinions on a range of topics from Quantum Sensing and Metrology to Quantum Communications and Networks, Quantum Algorithms to Quantum Hardware and Quantum Computation. Speakers for our 2017 BQIT workshop included:

Aephraim Steinberg (University of Toronto)
Akira Furusawa (University of Tokyo)
Alex Lvovsky (University of Calgary)
Almut Beige (University of Leeds)
Ashley Montanaro (University of Bristol)
Elizabeth Crosson (Caltech)
Gerald Buller (Heriot Watt University)
Jason Smith (University of Oxford)
Joshua Nunn (University of Bath)
Laura Mancinska (University of Bristol)
Marco Liscidini (University of Pavia)
Marek Zukowski (University of Gdansk)
Martin Plenio (University of Ulm)
Michael Bremner (University of Technology Sydney)
Morgan Mitchell (ICFO)
Peter Humphreys (Delft University of Technology)
Ruth Oulton (University of Bristol)
Sae Woo Nam (NIST)
Sebastien Tanzilli (University of Nice)
Sven Hofling (University of St Andrews)
Tommaso Calarco (University of Ulm)
Winfried Hensinger (University of Sussex)
Wolfram Pernice (Münster University)

This year our three-day event will be held at the M Shed and our evening meals at Glass Boat and the SS Great Britain.

BQIT's 2017 programme can be viewed here: BQIT:17 Programme (PDF, 8,896kB)

Registration for BQIT:18 will open soon. To register you interest please contact us at bqit-admin@bristol.ac.uk

Please be aware that attendance is not guaranteed for PhD students. If you are a PhD student interested in attending BQIT please email bqit-admin@bristol.ac.uk to register your interest.

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

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

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