|Third International Workshop on Quantum Computing Software @SC22
||13 November 2022||Dallas, TX, USA|
|Super Computing (SC22)||13-18 November 2022||Dallas, TX, USA|
|6th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Electronics (ICEE)||11-14 December 2022||Bangalore, India|
|IEEE 41st International Conference on Consumer Electronics||6-8 January 2023||Las Vegas, NV, USA|
|IEEE Quantum Week 2023||17-22 September 2023||Bellevue, WA, USA|
For previous conferences & workshops, please see Past Events.
Take a journey into the technological revolution centered around Quantum. Learn how quantum computing has the potential to exceed classical computing capabilities. This panel of experts from academia, government, and industry share their perspectives and experiences on quantum computing and its impacts and real world applications.
The panelists represent academia via Prineha Narang, Harvard University, government via Candace Culhane, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and industry via Patty Lee, Honeywell Quantum Solutions, and Anne Matsuura, Intel Labs where their roles and organizations all contribute and play differently in their Research and Development environments.
The quantum field is developing and expanding rapidly and thus needs engagement from a broader and more diverse community, with specific technical contributions, science education, and workforce development. The panelists provide a wide breadth and depth of insights from their experiences in this new field.
2021 IEEE Quantum Week
IEEE Quantum Week 2021 received outstanding contributions from the international quantum community forming an exceptional program with exciting exhibits featuring technologies from quantum companies, start-ups and research labs. QCE21, the second IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering, provided over 300 hours of quantum and engineering programming featuring 10 world-class keynote speakers, 17 workforce-building tutorials, 23 community-building workshops, 48 technical papers, 29 innovative posters, 18 stimulating panels, and Birds-of a Feather sessions.
Quantum Talks is a new online event that covers the latest in quantum computing research topics and related technical areas. This event is part of Quantum365 activities and is brought to you in conjunction with IEEE Hyderabad Section. Session recordings are available to subscribers of the IEEE Quantum Technical Community.
2020 IEEE Quantum Week
The inaugural 2020 IEEE International Conference on Quantum Engineering (QCE) was IEEE's leading, multidisciplinary venue on all things quantum. This special event showcased the latest in quantum research, technologies, practice, applications, education, and training. Attendees had the unique opportunity to discuss challenges and opportunities with the quantum community.
IEEE Quantum Initiative Sessions at IEEE Rebooting Computing Week 2019
A summary and speaker presentations on the topics of quantum supremacy and quantum computer performance are now available from our half-day workshop on benchmarking quantum computational devices and systems. The workshop was held in conjunction with the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Rebooting Computing (ICRC) and was part of IEEE Rebooting Computing Week 2019.
The IEEE Quantum Initiative organized an educational summit on 6 November 2019 in San Mateo, California, USA, featuring speakers from industry and academia who shared prospects for advancing the field of quantum engineering and dealing with near- and long-term challenges, opportunities, and impacts. The Summit was held in conjunction with the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Rebooting Computing (ICRC) and was part of IEEE Rebooting Computing Week 2019.
2019 IEEE Quantum Meeting
We explored the latest advancements in quantum technologies at the 2019 IEEE Quantum Meeting in Gaithersburg.
2018 IEEE Quantum Computing Summit
Recent technical advances are driving rapid growth of interest and attention to quantum computing. While IEEE already has a modest number of activities that include quantum computing, the goal of this summit was to start developing a position that may apply more broadly.