2nd Helmholtz Quantum Conference
© Spyros Sotiriadis/Freie Universität Berlin
The picture shows the calculated time evolution of a Bose-Einstein condensate. (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41567-020-01139-2)
The first Quantum Revolution brought astounding technical innovations into our daily life. The rapidly evolving second Quantum Revolution holds the promise to have an even stronger impact.
The mission of the Helmholtz Association is research that contributes significantly to answering major and pressing questions of science, society and industry. To address Quantum Technologies with appropriate measures, Helmholtz Quantum, was created, coordinating the different activities within the Helmholtz Association to enable vital synergies
Now a second Helmholtz Quantum Conference is organized progressing from the introduction of the activities in the topics materials, simulation, communication, sensing, metrology, and computing. This second Helmholtz Quantum Conference, with presentations by experts in Germany and scientists from the Helmholtz Association, aims at the introduction of newly formed cooperative projects and their first results as well as identifying topics of common interest for further cooperation inside the Helmholtz Association and outside with external partners.
The conference will take place from Thursday 15 - Friday 16 September at Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin in Berlin-Adlershof (Albert-Einstein-Str. 15, 12489 Berlin). We plan to start with a lunch snack at 12:00 on Thursday and with the program at 13:00. On Thursday there will be an evening lecture by Christopher Monroe (IonQ Inc./Duke Univ.) and a panel discussion. The evening lecture will take place in the physics department of Humboldt University Berlin in Adlershof (Newtonstr. 15, 12489 Berlin). The conference will end on Friday afternoon.