The QCE22 Hubb Virtual Platform is now live for all registered participants. If you are registered for in-person or virtual access, you should have received a personalized email note from [email protected] with a personalized link to login and onboard to QCE22 Hubb Virtual Platform. The email subject line is “Login Details – 2022 IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing & Engineering (QCE22)”. Please note that you might need to check your spam or pre-authorize this account. Please be aware that when you sign into the QCE22 Hubb virtual platform, you need to use the same email address that you used when you registered through Cvent for QCE22. If you are not yet registered, you can register here.
Onboard now so that you are familiar with QCE22 Hubb and ready to enjoy IEEE Quantum Week 2022. Complete your profile (e.g., photo, biography, personal websites), explore the website, find the session explorer, using session explorer add sessions to your calendar, explore the filters in the explore (e.g., all-day, day, session type, tracks).
QCE22 Program in Mountain Time. All times in the program are in Colorado time, Mountain Time Zone, or UTC-6. QCE22 begins on Sunday, September 18. All other days (Mon-Fri), feature ten parallel tracks per day with a total of over 250+ hours of exciting programming on quantum computing and engineering. Each weekday starts and ends with a keynote presentation (except Friday evening). In between these bookends, all the other sessions are scheduled at fixed intervals for ease of transitioning and memorizing session start times. Note the Sunday, Sep 18 tutorials and workshops are scheduled for different time slots.
QCE22 Hubb onboarding and Zoom rooms. Once you are logged into Hub, the front page features a video on how to set up your profile, explore sessions, and participate in QCE22 sessions. This is the same platform we used last year and, thus, familier to many of you. The Hubb platform is used to explore and find the sessions as well as connect to Zoom presentation rooms to engage in live events. IEEE Computer Society provides a Zoom room for each room listed in the program.
QCE22 On-Demand Access to Zoom Recordings. Each session at QCE22 with a few exceptions (e.g., Posters), is being recorded as a Zoom recording. A few hours upon completion of the live session, its recording will become available for on-demand viewing. While it is impossible to digest ten high-qualty quantum computing and engineering tracks in a day, you will have the opportunity to explore every recorded session over two months at your leisure until the end of November. QCE22 provides an incredible wealth of quantum information you can explore at your leisue and build a solid foundation for your career and continuing education.
As mentioned above, the QCE22 Hubb Virtual Platform is now live for all registered participants. If you are registered, you should have received a note from [email protected] on how to login and onboard to QCE22 Hubb Virtual Platfrom. If you are not yet registered, you can register here. Please be aware that when you register/sign into the QCE22 Hubb virtual platform, you need to use the email address that you used when you registered through Cvent for QCE22. Onboard to Hubb as soon as you can, complete your profile (e.g., photo, biography), explore the website, find the session explorer, add sessions to your calendar, explore the filters in the explore (e.g., day, session type, tracks, or personal website).
Questions. If you have any questions, please contact: [email protected]email