The third AQuA Student Congress on Quantum Information and Computation will take place from the 30th August-1st September 2013 at Imperial College London.
This event directly follows the QuICC summer school and provides a unique opportunity for graduate students to present their current research through a short presentation or a poster. This allows students to meet their peers and learn about their research whilst gaining valuable experience showcasing their work in a relaxed environment.
Submitted by JMiszczak on Wed, 24/10/2012 - 09:15.
The discussions at and around the next summit of the European Union heads of states and governments, which is scheduled for 22 and 23 November, will be decisive in determining the EU research budget for the next seven years. Several Member States are demanding severe cuts on the total EU budget and research will have to compete with other policy priorities.
A brief introduction and demonstration of Cambridge Instruments' QuantumWave 4083 PXI RF Synthesizer. This module was designed specifically for use by the Ion Trap Quantum Computing research community, but is suitable for many other RF or microwave applications. Please leave your feedback at www.CambridgeInstruments.com.
A Call for Papers has been opened for the Horizons Satellite Event "Mini Workshop on Quantum Information Science". The event will be held at the Department of Physics of National Taiwan University on the 19th of October, following the main "Horizons of Quantum Physics" workshop. More information on our website.
China Airlines is proud to serve as travel sponsor of "Horizons of Quantum Physics" and offers to ALL registered attendees a 20% discount off web fare for all cabin classes. Further information about how to redeem the discount and the available departure airports will be made available on our website www.quantumhorizons.org within the next few days. Contact us through the website interface for any further question or need you might have.
The call for paper and registration are now extended and special fees for students are now available for The Time Machine Factory Conference, October 14th - 19th 2012, Turin, Italy.
The Scientific Organizing Committee encourage to contribute through oral and poster presentations.