Building on the success of the series of Joint Symposia on Quantum Technologies held over 2021 and 2022, NPL will host the first in-person Joint Symposium on Quantum Technologies on 13th - 14th September 2022 at the magnificent NPL facilities in Teddington, UK.
The NPL Joint Symposium on Quantum Technologies will include speakers from across industry and academia to both provide a broad introduction to and present the latest advances across all pillars of quantum technologies including:
- Quantum Networks and Computation
- Quantum Integrated Circuits
- Quantum Metrology and Standards
Forging a route to market
This conference will also bring together international scientists and engineers from the emerging quantum industries to discuss the feasibility of, and scope the challenges to, the commercialisation of quantum technologies.
NPL is collaborating on this conference with the UK Quantum hubs, Institute of Physics, IEEE UK and Ireland Quantum Group and Photonics Chapter, and IET. As with its predecessors, this conference is also fully supported by all mainstream international standards development organisations: ITU, IEC, ISO, BSI, CEN/CENELEC, ETSI.
Call for papers
You are invited to submit your latest research to this conference. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings by the Institute of Physics.
Please visit the Call for Papers for this conference at https://www.morressier.com/call-for-papers/62973012acdcb6001283d949
By submitting papers for publication, you are assumed to accept all of the terms set out in the Proceedings Publication Licence which can be found at: https://publishingsupport.iopscience.iop.org/questions/iop-proceedings-licence/
The papers must also comply with Institute of Physics’ Guidelines and Templates which can be found on the below web pages:
Papers should be submitted in a PDF format. We highly recommend that all papers have the authors institutional email addresses attached, this can be as well as their personal email addresses. We would also recommend the authors include their ORCID ID numbers in the papers.
IoP Guest Editor: Dr Richard Pitwon
In order to support all experts after this long and difficult pandemic, NPL, its partners and sponsors will subsidise participation in this conference to reduce the registration fee and encourage in-person participation. At the moment, this will be an in-person only conference, not a hybrid conference.
During the conference we will also have a commercial exhibition. Registration for exhibition stand space is limited.