Quantum computing is an emerging technology with disruptive potential in many industrial and academic sectors. But what can we realistically expect from quantum computing for the application, now and in the future? Which are the main shortcomings on the algorithmic, the hardware and the software side that need to be tackled to eventually see a practical quantum advantage? Which are the most promising application fields?
This symposium will bring together renown experts from industry and academic research to discuss these questions.
The symposium will consist of a series of talks and discussions by the following speakers:
- Henrik Dreyer (Quantinuum)
- Hans Ehm (Infineon)
- Niels Halama (DKFZ)
- Luigi Iapichino (LRZ)
- Karl Jansen (DESY)
- Johannes Klepsch (BMW)
- Jasper Krauser (Airbus)
- Jeanette Lorenz (Fraunhofer IKS / LMU Munich)
- Sebastian Luber (Infineon)
- Corey O'Meara (Eon)
- Martin Strahm (Roche)
The symposium will be organized as an on-site meeting that supports lively interaction among participants in person.
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Call for posters
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