Superconducting Qubits
and Algorithms Conference

29 August - 01 September 2023, Munich, Germany

About The Event

SQA Conference is back!
Check the Call for abstracts.

About The Conference

Superconducting Qubits and Algorithms (SQA) is a not-for-profit scientific conference with a focus on science, technology, and algorithms relevant for superconducting quantum computers. It is organized by IQM Quantum Computers, the Technical University of Munich and the Munich Quantum Valley in cooperation with the scientific community. Our goal is to make this the leading event in its field.

Where

Munich, Germany
on-site participation only, but talks can be freely watched via live stream

When

Tuesday to Friday
29 August - 01 September 2023

Recording 2022

Rewatch the previous edition of SQA Conference

Click here here to view it on YouTube or see last year's website here.

Important Dates

Submission site opening

February 1, 2023 AoE

Abstract Submission Deadline

April 23, AoE

Notification of Acceptance

May, 2023 AoE

Early bird Registration Deadline

June, 2023 AoE

Conference

August 29 - September 01, 2023

We are looking forward to your contribution. For details, see the Call for Abstracts.

Committee

Chair

Prof. Mikko Möttönen, IQM Quantum Computers

Scientific Committee

Prof. Harry Buhrman, QuSoft
Prof. Stefan Filipp, TU Munich / Walther-Meißner-Institut
Prof. William D. Oliver, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Prof. Frank Wilhelm-Mauch, OpenSuperQ / Forschungszentrum Jülich

Scientific Advisors

Prof. Johannes Borregaard, TU Delft
Prof. Edoardo Charbon, EPFL
Prof. Arkady Fedorov, University of Queensland
Dr. Luke Govia, IBM
Dr. Jonas Helsen, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
Prof. Steve Girvin, Yale
Prof. Simon Gröblacher, Qphox
Dr. Jeffrey Grover, MIT
Dr. Joonas Govenius, VTT
Prof. Michael Hartmann, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität
Dr. Juha Hassel, IQM Quantum Computers
Dr. Bharat Kannan, Atlantic Quantum
Prof. Mazyar Mirrahimi, INRIA
Prof. Sabrina Maniscalco, Algorithmiq
Prof. Yasunobu Nakamura, University of Tokyo
Dr. Shiro Saito, NTT Basic Laboratories
Prof. Andreas Wallraff, ETH Zürich

Local Organizing Committee

Dr. Stefan Seegerer, IQM Quantum Computers
Ekaterina Milchakova, IQM Quantum Computers
Dr. Klaus Liegener, TU Munich / Walther-Meißner-Institut
Raghunath Koduvayur, IQM Quantum Computers
Mai Nguyen, IQM Quantum Computers
Amit Devra, Munich Quantum Valley

Location

Munich, Germany

Located in the heart of Europa, Munich has a vibrant quantum ecosystem. The capital of the German state of Bavaria is home to the Oktoberfest, offers great museums, parks and buildings and boasts an excellent food scene. Explore Munich while you attend SQA 2023. Learn more here.


Supporters

SQA Conference is your unique opportunity to connect with an international audience of renowned scientists from the field of superconducting quantum computing. Position your brand front and center within the superconducting quantum computing community. Contact us for supporter options at info@sqa-conference.org.

Gold supporters

Welcome reception supporter I

A big thank you also to last years supporters.

F.A.Q.

  • Absolutely. We still invite you to submit your talk or poster to discuss it with the scientific community.

  • Actually, we do! The selection of scholarship recipients is based on need and your submission. There is a separate gremium deciding on that.

  • This conference is held on-site only. But we will live stream the conference.

  • The organizers of the SQA Conference 2023 are taking all measures to make the event safe. Thus, the venue and the partners we have chosen to work with on this event have implemented specific sanitary protocols ensuring the safety of all employees and visitors. We will follow the official German guidelines for large in-person gatherings at the time of the conference.

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