The conference will present recent results from Danish quantum research with a special focus on younger researchers at Danish universities. Serving as a meeting point for the research community, the conference aims to strengthen the Danish quantum ecosystem and promote industry-academia collaborations.
Across two days, the conference will provide a deep dive into four key research tracks: quantum hardware, quantum software/algorithms, components for quantum systems, and early quantum applications in chemistry and finance.
Speaker highlights include:
- Albert Werner, Associate Professor at University of Copenhagen (QMATH)
- Elizaveta Semenova, Senior Researcher at DTU Electro
- Esra Yeniaras, Postdoctoral Researcher in Computer Science, IT University of Copenhagen
- Jaco van de Pol, Professor at Aarhus University
- Jean Baptiste Sylvain Béguin, Assistant Professor at Niels Bohr Institute
- Jonas Neergaard, Associate Professor at DTU Physics
- Morten Kjærgaard, Associate Professor at Niels Bohr Institute
- Shan Shan, Assistant Professor at Center for Quantum Mathematics, SDU
- Stefano Paesani, Assistant Professor at Niels Bohr Institute
… with more speakers to be announced.
The conference is hosted by Centre for Quantum Mathematics (QM) at SDU in Odense with support from the Novo Nordisk Foundation.
Why you should join:
- Obtain a deep insight into the world-renowned Danish quantum research ecosystem: Whether you are a quantum researcher, work in the quantum industry or represent another part of the ecosystem, the conference will give overview of the many quantum research activities happening in Denmark – across universities and across scientific disciplines.
- Network with peers & a free conference dinner: The conference provides ample time for networking with colleagues and new connections. Join our free networking dinner on April 15th to get acquainted with other researchers in an informal setting.
- Gain knowledge about key quantum research areas from younger researchers: This year’s conference has a special focus on promoting the scientific progress made by younger researchers in Denmark, aiming to increase knowledge-sharing between research groups and between industry and academia.