IEEE Quantum Week Program
Quantum Week 2020, IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing & Engineering (SC20), aims to bring together quantum professionals, researchers, educators, entrepreneurs, champions and enthusiasts to exchange and share their experiences, challenges, research results, innovations, applications, pathways and enthusiasm on all aspects of quantum computing, engineering and technologies.
The IEEE Quantum Week Conference invites contributions and participation from the international quantum community to form an exceptional program with outstanding keynotes, technical paper presentations, technical briefings, informative tutorials, community-building workshops, collocated events, exciting posters, and world-class exhibits.
IEEE Quantum Week aims to showcase quantum research, practice, applications, education, and training including programming systems, software engineering methods & tools, algorithms, benchmarks & performance metrics, hardware engineering, architectures, & topologies, software infrastructure, hybrid computing, simulating chemical, physical and biological systems, optimization, machine learning. IEEE Quantum Week features Exhibits from Monday afternoon to Thursday afternoon with plenty of opportunities for networking. To facilitate interactions, the Exhibits host receptions Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in the Exibits space.
The Quantum Week 2020 program will feature nine outstanding proven keynote speakers addressing topics of the IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering. The plenary keynotes are intended to fire up the conference attendees at the beginning of each conference day and provide food for thought to stimulate discussion for the networking receptions in the exhibits hall at the end day. The keynote speakers will promote the virtues and state of the art of the different themes of quantum computing and engineering.
- Michelle Simmons, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia
- Jerry Chow, IBM Research, USA
- Anne Matsuura, Intel Labs, USA
- Alán Aspuru-Guzik, University of Toronto, Canada
- Krysta Svore, Microsoft Quantum, USA
- John Martinis, Google & U Santa Barbara, USA
- Kae Nemoto, National Institute for Informatics (NII), Japan
- Jake Taylor, OSTP, QuICS, and NIST, USA
Accepted Technical Papers will be posted by June 22, 2020.
IEEE Quantum Week aims to be a leading venue for presenting high-quality original research, groundbreaking innovations, and compelling insights in quantum computing and technologies. Technical papers are peer-reviewed and can be on any topic related to quantum computing and its technologies.
- Quantum Communications, Sensing, Cryptography
- Quantum Photonics & Optics
- Quantum Computing
- Quantum Algorithms, Quantum Computation & Information
- Quantum Applications & Simulating Nature
- Quantum Engineering
- Quantum Benchmarks & Measurements
- Quantum Education
Tutorials Program will be posted by April 20, 2020.
The shortage of skilled labour is one of the quantum computing sector’s greatest challenges. The week-long tutorials program, with half- and full-day tutorials by leading experts, is aimed squarely at workforce development and training considerations. The tutorials are ideally suited to develop quantum champions for industry, academia, government, and build expertise for emerging quantum ecosystems. IEEE Quantum Week will cover a broad range of topics in quantum computing and technologies including a lineup of fantastic hands-on tutorials on programming and applications.
Workshops Program will be posted by April 20, 2020.
IEEE Quantum Week Workshops provide forums for small-group discussions on topics in quantum research, practice, education, and applications. Workshops provide opportunities for researchers to exchange and discuss scientific and engineering ideas at an early stage, before they have matured to warrant a conference or journal publication. In this manner, an IEEE Quantum Week workshop serves as an incubator for a scientific community to form a research roadmap or share a research agenda. Workshops are the key to sustaining, growing and evolving IEEE Quantum Week in the future.
Exhibitors and Sponsor Program will be continuously updated.
IEEE Quantum Week aims to provide attendees the unique opportunity to see the latest quantum technologies that will shape our exciting quantum future. Exhibits will feature the latest quantum technologies and accomplishments from the world’s leading companies, start-ups, national labs, research institutes, and universities. Exhibits are a great opportunity to showcase emerging products, tools, services, and posters. The Quantum Week exhibits will feature daily receptions to facilitate networking with participants of the rapidly growing quantum computing community.
Accepted Posters will be posted by August 3, 2020.
The IEEE Quantum Week Posters program presents excellent opportunities for practitioners, researchers, graduate students, entrepreneurs, and start-ups to showcase their work and engage with the international quantum computing R&D community during the IEEE Quantum Week Exhibits.
Accepted Panels will be posted by June 29, 2020.
IEEE Quantum Week aims to facilitate enlightening and impactful discussions among experts on different perspectives of quantum topics including hardware-software co-design, hybrid computing, quantum information science and programming education and training, or frontiers of quantum algorithms.
Quantum Week Topics — including, but not limited to …
Quantum Computing — Quantum programming, software engineering; quantum advantage; development environments, languages & tools; oftware stack & infrastructure; hybrid computing; adiabatic computing; hardware-software co-design; quantum simulators; checking quantum computers Quantum Algorithms, Quantum Computation & Quantum Information — Quantum information science; NISQ algorithms; quantum supremacy; algorithms & complexity; theoretical & empirical algorithm analysis; adiabatic annealing; Hamiltonian dynamics Quantum Applications & Simulating Nature — NISQ applications; simulations of chemical, biological & physical systems; quantum chemistry & materials; optimization problems—transportation, supply chain & logistics; AI and decision making; medicine & precision health; financial modeling, services & portfolio management; manufacturing & mining; machine learning Quantum Engineering — Quantum computers, hardware & NISQ; superconducting & trapped ion circuits; topological& silicon spin qubits; quantum dots; connectivity & topology; connectivity & topology, quantum error correction Quantum Benchmarks & Measurements — Quantum measures & benchmarks, quantum volume & fidelity; quantum metrology; gate & measurement errors; connectivity & topology; quantum error correction; randomized benchmarking; quantum control; quantum standards Quantum Communications, Sensing & Cryptography — Communications theory; quantum internet; quantum signal processing; quantum error correction & mitigation; coding theory; quantum security & privacy; quantum cryptography & quantum key distribution (QKD), post-quantum cryptography; teleportation Quantum Photonics & Optics — Quantum photonics & optics; photonics information technologies; photonics quantum computing; quantum integrated photonics; quantum photonics devices; optical quantum communications theory; optical coherence; silicon quantum photonics Quantum Education & Training — Ramping up quantum workforce; undergraduate & graduate courses in quantum computing, information science, algorithms, applications; quantum standards; quantum teachers training; quantum summer schools; quantum ecosystems