Quantum technology offers unprecedented potential for industry and science. The technology covers the fields of quantum computers, cryptography and quantum sensors and is currently developing rapidly. The QuApps conference deals with the state of the art and the development of quantum technology. The international event will take place at Düsseldorf Airport from March 1 to 3, 2021.
Experts provide information about research progress and existing fields of application.
The participants will gain deep insights into current research progress and expected milestones. The conference focuses on the exchange with renowned experts in quantum technology, e.g. from IBM Research, Volkswagen Data:Lab, Bosch Research, the University of Stuttgart or Forschungszentrum Jülich.
In more than 30 lectures, technologies and applications in the fields of telecommunications, healthcare, security, automotive and others will be discussed. An accompanying exhibition shows possible application examples.
The event is aimed at quantum engineers and researchers, business development strategists and trend scouts in industry, at investors and the interested public.
"Call for Presentations": Applications are still possible until August 31
Interested experts are welcome 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 QuApps conference.
For more information, go to https://quapps-conference.com. There you will also find the program and the options for registration and application.
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