Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop



Organising group(s): 

University of Bristol Quantum Engineering Technology Labs

Registration deadline: 

Monday, March 18, 2019

Submission deadline: 

Friday, March 15, 2019



Princes Wharf, Wapping Rd
United Kingdom
51° 26' 50.28" N, 2° 35' 54.96" E

The Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop will return from the 1-3 April 2019 with a new programme of speakers and panellists bringing you everything you need to know about the emerging field of Quantum Technology.

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 162 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 for BQIT:19 include:

Andrew White (University of Queensland)
Animesh Datta (University of Warwick)
Benjamin Brecht (Paderborn University)
Ben Lanyon (IQOQI Innsbruck)
Callum Littlejohns (Cornerstone)
Chaoyang Lu (University of Science and Technology of China)
Christophe Galland (EPFL)
Christophe Vuillot (Delft University of Technology)
David Elkouss (Delft University of Technology)
Dylan Mahler (Xanadu)
Elizabeth Goldschmidt (US Army Research Laboratory)
Giulia Rubino (University of Vienna)
Gregory Goltsman (MSPU)
Gustavo Lima (University de Concepcion)
Havi Carel (University of Bristol)
Jonas Rademacker (University of Bristol)
Juani Bermejo-Vega (Freie Universitat Berlin)
Lara Lalemi (University of Bristol)
Maggie Tse (MIT)
Mikael Afzelius (University de Geneve)
Paul-Antoine Moreau (University of Glasgow)
Thomas Ayral (Atos)
Tsung-Yeh Yang (Hitachi Europe Ltd)
Ulrik Lund Andersen (Technical University of Denmark)
Valentina Parigi (Laboratoire Kastler Brossel)
Virginia D'Auria (Institut de Physique de Nice)
Viv Kendon (University of Durham)
Ying Lia Li (UCL)

This year's programme agenda can be viewed here: BQIT:19 programme agenda (PDF, 5,287kB)

To submit an abstract for this year's early careers poster session, please email 100-200 words to us at by 15th March 2019. Two poster abstracts will be selected to give a 10 minute talk at BQIT:19.

Registration for BQIT:19 is now open.
For further information, please contact us at

Conference participants may also be interested in the Quantum Computing Theory in Practice (QCTIP) Conference, to be held in Bristol the following week (8-10 April 2019). Registration deadline is 15 March 2019.