Next Generation Quantum Computing

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The Symposium “Next Generation Quantum Computing” marks the beginning of new international cooperation in the field of quantum computing between Germany and Japan. This event aims to provide an open forum and bring together scientists from the international quantum community to nurture an exchange about the next generation of quantum technology and the challenges yet to be accomplished.

Initiators of the Symposium are the Keio Universitie’s Ishikuro Laboratory and the Technical University of Braunschweig’s Institute for CMOS Design. Being part of the established cooperation the University of Tokyo and NBS Semiconductor, support the organisers. Moreover, the DWIH Tokyo acts as a coorganisor and enables this event.

The cooperation participants conduct cutting-edge research, developing hard- and software to realise highly scalable quantum computers. Presentations held during the symposium range thematically from high-frequency electronics for qubit control for superconductive and ion-trap-based quantum computers to newly developed toolchains allowing high-level programming of quantum algorithms.

Invited keynote speakers from academia and the private sector will contribute to the event’s success through their various backgrounds and methodologies. The symposium “Next Generation Quantum Computing” features seven on-site sessions with presenters from the research cooperation and invited speakers at the Hiyoshi Campus of the Keio University. Symposium attendees can deep dive into the field of quantum computing and discuss presented topics between the sessions. This symposium is an open get-together of highly qualified quantum computer research experts who aim to present and exchange their current research efforts.

Presentations within this workshop are partially related to the following researchprojects:

JST Moonshot R & D program, Moonshot Goal 6 “Realization of a fault-tolerant universal quantum computer that will revolutionize economy, industry, and security by 2050.”

BMBF funded project QuMIC 13N15932
“Quantum ValleyLower Saxony Q1” (QVLSQ1) supported by Volkswagen foundation and the Ministry of Science and Culture of Lower Saxony


Location: The event takes place in the meeting room on the second floor of the Raiousha building at the Hiyoshi Campus of the Keio University. Click on the link below for a direct navigation:

Address (en):
Hiyoshi, 4-1-1, Kohoku, Yokohama
Keio University Hiyoshi Campus, Meeting Room L

Address (jp):
慶應義塾大学日吉キャンパス 来往舎 大会議室

Language: English
Entry fee: Not required
Registration: Registration has already closed

Informationen zur Veranstaltung

29. bis 30. August 2022

Keio University (Hiyoshi Campus)
Veranstalter: Technical University of Braunschweig, Keio University / Support: The University of Tokyo, NBS Semiconductor / Co-Organiser: DWIH Tokyo




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