Riverlane is excited to host the fourth Quantum Computing Theory in Practice (QCTiP) conference, in our home city of Cambridge, UK, on 17-19 April 2023.
QCTIP 2023 is expecting 240 attendees, from across academia, industry and UK government bodies.
Quantum computing devices have made remarkable progress over the past five years, to the point where multiple groups around the world have now demonstrated both larger noisy intermediate scale quantum (NISQ) algorithms and the beginnings of a path to error corrected quantum computers. At QCTiP 2023 we will explore these and future advances in the practice of quantum computing, including:
- How today’s devices are enabling exploration into both NISQ and error-corrected quantum computers
- Future opportunities and approaches for beyond-NISQ systems
- Where the frontier in practical quantum computing theory lies
Invited speakers include:
- Murphy Niu - Google Quantum AI
- Richard Kueng - Johannes Kepler University Linz (virtual)
- Kianna Wan - Stanford University
- Garnet Chan - Caltech
- Nicolas Delfosse - Microsoft Research
Plus 18 accepted speakers from Google, Phasecraft, Riverlane and universities across the UK and the world.
Monday's poster session will host a total of 76 posters - details of which can be found here.
The industry session on Tuesday will showcase quantum computing companies, their mission, vision and research. A panel session will explore the questions around 'Defining useful quantum computing: What are the key indicators and when will it happen?'.
Regular updates will be posted via our twitter account – follow @Riverlane_io and use the hashtag #QCTIP2023
Thank you to all who have contributed to the conference.
All talk recordings from QCTIP2023 can be viewed here