18Nov09:0017:00QBN Meeting on Quantum Systems – Cooling, Connecting & Controlling
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Building state of the art quantum computing and quantum sensor platforms often requires adequate cooling, the appropriate cabling and control hardware and software. Therefore this exclusive and non-public expert meeting brings together users and suppliers to discuss current offers and identify future shortcomings in a trust-based environment. This QBN Meeting is supported by Delft Circuits and kiutra.
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Johannes Verst, QBN
|Quantum Systems @ Infineon
Dr Sebastian Luber, Infineon
|kiutra – Explore the sub-Kelvin World
Dr Alexander Regnat, kiutra
|Delft Circuits and cryogenic cable solutions
Daan Kuitenbrouwer, Delft Circuits
|Coffee & Networking|
|Industry Pitches on Cooling, Connecting and Controling|
|Compact tabletop dilution refrigerator systems
Marcel Schrodin, Qinu
|Connecting scalable quantum hardware to the ecosystem
Matthijs Rijlaarsdam, QuantWare
|QphoX – The gateway to the quantum internet
Dr Simon Gröblacher, QphoX
|Details by QDevil, helping quantum researchers succeed
Jonatan Kutchinsky, QDevil
|Connecting Qubits to Quantum Algorithms
Dr Claudius Riek, Zurich Instruments
|Fully-integrated quantum control stacks for a handful to 100s of qubits
Niels Bultink, Qblox
|Coffee & networking with kiutra lab visit & exhibition|
|Cooling, Connecting and Controlling Requirements for Quantum Systems|
|Qubit control and cryo traps using MAGIC
Dr Michael Johanning, eleQtron
|Silicon nitride-based integrated quantum photonics
Dr Jörn P. Epping, QuiX Quantum
|Realizing ImpaQT – A project for stress testing interfaces of a supply chain for Transmon-based full-stack systems
Dr Thorsten Last, Orange Quantum Systems
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The exclusive and non-public QBN (Online) Meetings are not ordinary webinars or workshops but a virtual replacement of QBN’s working group meetings. They are unique in terms of participants and topics and offer valuable market insights as well as networking and business opportunities.
The QBN meetings provide a trust-based environment for the discussion of relevant R&D trends and the initiation of collaborations. There are neither recordings nor a live stream and each participant of the limited and hand-picked audience participates equally with video and audio. To this end, a special focus is placed on what each participant can do for the others and what the others can do for the individual. In the 1:1 meetings the participants can get to know each other personally and generate first ideas for joint projects. The workshops and roundtable discussions offer space for your visions and new inspiration.
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18 Nov 2021, 9:00 - 18 Nov 2021, 17:00(GMT+01:00) View in my time
Flößergasse 2 81369 Munich, Germany