YQIS Conference and CoQuS Summer School 2018 (Vienna, Sep. 17-21)

Dear colleagues,

We would like to cordially invite you to the conference for Young Quantum Information Scientists (YQIS) and the Complex Quantum Systems (CoQuS) summer school who will jointly organise their events. Vienna, with its long history in Quantum mechanical research, will be the hosting city for this event from 17th to 21st of September 2018. The goal is to bring together young and experienced quantum information researchers to increase contact and knowledge sharing in the community. We provide a platform for young researchers to learn new topics and improve presentation skills.

The YQIS conference and CoQuS summer school program will have a diverse program. We would like to encourage Phd students to present their research on topics related to quantum information in the form of a talk or a poster in one of our sessions. There will be a lecture series and presentations on cutting edge science by renowned researchers as well as talks and posters of young researchers. Speakers that are already confirmed are: Marcin Pawlowski from the University of Gdańsk, Stephanie Wehner from QuTech in Delft, Gerhard Rempe from the MPIQ in Munich, Marissa Giustina, Quantum Electronics Engineer at Google, Lidia del Rio from ETH Zürich, Elham Kashefi from the University of Edinburgh, and Ronald de Wolf from the CWI in Amsterdam. Several networking events are in the program where researchers in all stages of their careers can meet and exchange their ideas.

More speakers and detailed information can be found on our website:


Please register at your earliest convenience as places are limited. Deadline is June 30th 2018.

We hope to see you in Vienna!


The local organizing committee


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