IEEE Quantum Week 2022, the IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering (QCE22), took place in the week of September 18-23, 2022 in Broomfield, Colorado, USA. During the conference week, most sessions were recorded as they were streamed to virtual participants.
The recordings of QCE22 are now available on-demand through the QCE22 Virtual Hubb Platform.
If you registered for the conference week as an in-person or virtual registrant, you will continue to enjoy access at your leisure to the 250 hours of quantum programming and engineering through Hubb.
If you are not yet registered for QCE22, you can get access to the recordings by registering for QCE22 On-Demand Access through the CVent registration site. Once you are registered through Cvent, you will receive an email from [email protected] with the personal credentials to login to the QCE 22 virtual platform. The QCE22 On-Demand Registration fees are listed in the fee table below (i.e., bootom-right corner).
The QCE22 On-Demand Program includes the following session in the form of Zoom recordings: exhibits, keynotes, workshops, tutorials, panels, technical paper tracks, and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions with approximately 250 hours of programming in the realm of quantum computing and engineering. The detailed program can be found as follows: printable glossy program and conference-at-a-glance program.
If you have any questions, please send a note to [email protected]
With membership in IEEE or any of the IEEE societies sponsoring the QCE22, you will receive an approximate discount of 20% on all available QCE22 conference registration packages and fees.
If you are not a member —and before you register— consider becoming a member by following the links below for information on IEEE and sponsoring society membership as well as their respective online membership application platforms.
On-Demand Registration Fees
|Registration Type||Amount ($US)|
|Student & Life Member||90|
On-Demand Registration ends: Nov 1
On-Demand Access ends:
Nov 15 Nov 21