QuApps: Quantum Technology Summit in Spring 2021

The QuApps conference deals with the state of the art and the development of quantum technology. The international event will take place from March 1 to 3, 2021 as a hybrid conference at Düsseldorf Airport, Germany. Participation in the technical presentations and panel discussions will be possible both on site and in a purely virtual environment.

The technology offers previously undreamed-of potential for future innovations in business and science. The topics include quantum computers, cryptography and quantum sensors. In more than 30 lectures, technologies and applications in the fields of telecommunications, health care, security, automotive and other areas will be presented. An accompanying exhibition illustrates possible application examples.

“Call for Presentations”: Applications until November 15
The event addresses not only quantum engineers and researchers, but also business development strategists and trend scouts in the industry as well as investors and the interested public.

Interested experts are cordially invited to apply for a lecture or poster presentation as part of the Call for Presentations and to present their current products, developments or projects at the conference.

Further information is available at https://quapps-conference.com. There you will also find the program and the possibilities for registration and application.

Wissenschaftliche Ansprechpartner:

Contact: Ramón Förster, IVAM

Weitere Informationen:


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Mona Okroy-Hellweg Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
IVAM Fachverband für Mikrotechnik

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