Quantum UK 2015 is the first annual meeting of the UK Quantum Technology Hub Network. The Network was established by the UK government in Dec 2014 to accelerate the translation of quantum technologies to market. The four Quantum Technology Hubs led by the universities of Oxford, York, Glasgow and Birmingham are focussed respectively on quantum computing, quantum secure communications, quantum-enhanced imaging and quantum-enabled sensing. We will discuss progress, strategy and technical challenges across all these sectors. The meeting will also be an opportunity to bring together industrial stakeholders and academic and government researchers, with the aim of stimulating new projects, and standardising more mature technologies. If you are interested in the development of practical quantum technologies, as a researcher, business, or user, please consider joining us for the meeting. Registration will be open to all on a first-come-first-served basis.
Accommodation:A limited number of rooms (en-suite and breakfast) are available for a preferential rate of £62.50+VAT at Lady Margaret Hall. To book one of these rooms please follow the link, select the date you wish to stay, click ‘Promotion Code’ below the date box and enter QUANTUM2015
We have been able to negotiate preferential rates at a number of other accommodation venues. Please see the document below for details:
Accommodation is also available at other colleges, hotels and bed and breakfasts throughout the city. They can be booked through the University's Conference Oxford or Oxford City Council's Visit Oxford websites.
Programme: Details of the programme are available
- 12 noon 28th Sept 2015 conference opens.
- Evening 28th Sept 2015 Public lecture on quantum technology, St John's College.
- Evening 29th Sept 2015 Conference dinner, St. John’s College.
- 12 noon 30th Sept 2015 conference closes.
- There will be an industry exhibition & trade show throughout the conference.
- Conference £122
- Conference dinner £61
To register please click here
Parking in Oxford is at a premium and there is no car parking available at St John’s College. Parking is not available at many of the city’s hotels and most of the University Colleges. It might be preferable to leave your car at home and travel on public transport or make use of the excellent Oxford park-and-ride-service. More information can be found in the document below:
For any questions regarding this event, please contact NQIT Events Assistant Karen Green on 01865 282449 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org