At this in-person and online event (8-10 September 2021), you’ll hear from Australian and international leaders driving the development of the quantum economy — including speakers from Google, IBM, Microsoft, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Xanadu, Q-CTRL, Silicon Quantum Computing, PsiQuantum, and more.
Register now: https://bit.ly/QuantumAusEvent
Dr Cathy Foley - Australia’s Chief Scientist
Dr Hartmut Neven - Director of Engineering, Google
Prof Michael Biercuk - CEO of Q-CTRL
Prof Michelle Simmons Director - CQC2T; Founder and Director, Silicon Quantum Computing
Dr Jay M. Gambetta - IBM Fellow and Vice President of Quantum Computing, IBM Quantum
Prof David Reilly - Director, Microsoft Quantum-Sydney
Dr Dylan Saunders - Lead Quantum System Architect & Q1 Technology Lead, PsiQuantum
Prof Simone Severini - Director, Quantum Computing, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Christian Weedbrook - CEO & Founder, Xanadu Quantum Technologies
Quantum technology is poised to become a $86 billion global industry by 2040. Australia is set to play a pivotal role in the industry’s growth, with Sydney home to one of the world’s largest concentrations of quantum experts.
Whether you’re a business looking to harness quantum computing and technology, or a researcher or quantum professional seeking valuable connections — our conference program has you covered.
With quantum expertise in growing demand, we’re also hosting an online careers fair connecting emerging talent with potential employers. Find out about the wealth of quantum talent in Australia, and the education and career opportunities on offer.
An online poster session proudly sponsored by PsiQuantum will be included in Day 3 of the program at Quantum Australia 2021 conference and careers fair. The posters will provide an opportunity for researchers to showcase their current and innovative research to attendees*. A 500 Dollar People’s Choice Award will be awarded to the poster who receives the most votes from attendees during the conference program, as well as 250 Dollar to the runner-up. Poster abstracts due 25 July 2021.
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