The event presents a chance for attendees to network with influential figures shaping the quantum field and forge collaborations.
Over 40 quantum industry leaders from academia, industry, and governance will gather for the Global Quantum Symposium, set for March 18-20, 24. Focusing on both hardware and software aspects, the symposium aims to discuss and explore the ethical and political implications of quantum technology along with the career opportunity it presents.
The event is set in the campus of uptown Basel in Switzerland. The symposium benefits from a location that is also home to QuantumBasel. This center of competence for quantum and AI is dedicated to encouraging collaboration among partners and industries to harness the power of AI and quantum technologies effectively.
Participants will engage with a panel of over 40 international leaders of the Quantum Field. These sessions, including keynotes and panel discussions, with Prof. David Awschalom from the University of Chicago, Dr. Charles Tahan from the National Security Agency, USA, and Dr. Michael Hayduk from the US Air Force and others to get unmatched insights into the quantum domain.
The agenda is packed with presentations on the latest scientific discoveries in quantum technology by top researchers. Practical applications of quantum technology tangible impacts of quantum breakthroughs in various sectors will be demonstrated.
The event presents a chance for attendees to network with influential figures shaping the quantum field. It aims to nurture partnerships and collaborative efforts that fuel innovation within the quantum technology landscape.