Presenting bavarian quantum research at home and abroad: Munich Quantum Valley at the DPG and APS conferences

Munich Quantum Valley took part in two conferences in the first week of March: At the DPG Spring Meeting of the Atomic, Molecular, Quantum Optics and Photonics Section (SAMOP) in Hannover as well as at the March Meeting of the American Physical Society (APS March Meeting) in Las Vegas, MQV presented itself with a booth.

One of the declared goals of Munich Quantum Valley is to promote and advertise quantum science and quantum technologies in Bavaria. The opportunities for physicists from all over the world in the field of quantum technologies, especially quantum computing, were presented by MQV at conferences in Hannover and Las Vegas.

MQV at the DPG Spring Meeting

From March 5 to 10, the DPG Spring Meeting of the Atomic, Molecular, Quantum Optics and Photonics Section took place in Hannover. About 1,500 physicists gathered to discuss current physics topics. Munich Quantum Valley was also represented here with its own booth and was pleased about many interested visitors and a generally large crowd at the booth.

MQV at the APS March Meeting

With more than 12,000 conference attendees, the APS March Meeting is one of the largest physics meetings in the world. Simultaneously with the DPG Spring Meeting, physicists of all career levels met in Las Vegas, Nevada, to build relationships and explore career opportunities. Munich Quantum Valley made an appearance as part of the "Research in Germany" joint booth and provided advice on research and job opportunities in quantum science in Bavaria.

In addition to Munich Quantum Valley, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (AvH), the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the German Research Foundation (DFG), the German Physical Society (DPG), the Fraunhofer Society (FhG), the Max Planck Society (MPG), the Max Planck School of Photonics (MPSP) and the Quantum Alliance were represented at the joint stand and informed visitors about the German research landscape in physics.