Co-organised by MQV members at FAU and MPL in Erlangen, this Quromorphic workshop aims to bring together specialists on all of the various aspects of neuromorphic quantum computing.
Together with the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) we will be present at this year's International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (SC22) in Dallas, TX.
MQV member Prof. Dr. Michael Hartmann from the Chair of Theoretical Physics at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg gives an insight into the current state of development of quantum computers and sheds light on the question if and when quantum computing can contribute to sustainable development.
The Munich Conference on Quantum Science and Technology 2022 brings together the Munich quantum community with international invited guests in academia and industry for three days of talks and a poster session. Join hundreds of guests from around the world in the beautiful Bavarian Alps from 4–6 July 2022 to exchange ideas, learn about innovative research, and discuss the latest advancements in all fields of quantum science and technology.
Munich Quantum Valley hosts a symposium which aims to bring together researchers and industry representatives from Europe and the United States to discuss the state of the art in quantum chemistry algorithms and to provide a critical overview of their potential applications on quantum computers.
From May 30 to June 3, a delegation of 10 of Canada’s top quantum firms are visiting Germany to develop R&D partnerships. The Embassy of Canada together with the MQV and the MCQST invite you to be a part of the exciting international exchange.
Together with the Embassy of Brazil in Germany and with the support of BAYLAT, MCQST and Munich Quantum Valley are hosting a joint symposium to promote scientific exchange and cooperation between Brazilian and German researchers.
This year, Munich Quantum Valley is taking part in Girls' Day for the first time.
The student laboratory "Photonlab" at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics (MPQ) celebrates its tenth birthday in July. On the occasion of this first big anniversary and the success story of the past years, a special program is planned: On July 16 and 23, there will be a special teacher training session each day (registration information later); on July 23, there will also be an anniversary event for the general public with expert talks by Prof. Ferenc Krausz and Prof. Gerhard Rempe – both scientific directors at MPQ – as well as exciting workshops. Both events will take place online.