Meet the speakers
Duke University, IonQ
Foni Raphaël Le Brun-Ricalens
University of Sussex, Universal Quantum
Trapped Ions H/W Development Manager, NQCC
University of Glasgow
Superconducting H/W Development Manager, NQCC
University of Strathclyde
Duality Quantum Photonics
This panel aims to discuss the challenges of benchmarking and standardising scalable quantum computing.
University of Bristol
University of Edinburgh
This panel aims to discuss neighbouring quantum technologies that might be crucial in the development of scalable quantum computers. These are (but are not limited to) microfabrication, single-photon source, optical resonator integration, photonic on-chip integration, etc.
Venue and travel information
The conference will be held at Lady Margaret Hall in Oxford, UK, a historic college within the university for being joint first to admit women. Situated next to University Parks, it provides a beautiful landscape to foster discussion. Dinner on Thursday evening will be held in the dining hall. The college is wheelchair accessible and we are happy to make any further reasonable adjustments if required.
Oxford train station is a 25min walk away, or taxis are available from that location.
From both Gatwick and Heathrow airports, there is a bus service (https://www.theairlineoxford.co.uk/) straight to Oxford, otherwise, there are regular train services from Marylebone and Paddington to Oxford.
There are many hotels available in the area, including many colleges in Oxford: https://tinyurl.com/yssywvt2