Think Quantum Computing is just for stuffy professor-types? Afraid you won’t understand some of the deeper scientific terms?
Think again, because Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC), a global leader in quantum chemistry, quantum ML, quantum cybersecurity and quantum software, will be hosting the Quantum Week of Fun from the 21st to the 25th of September.
During the week-long quantum extravaganza, CQC will provide an online forum of experts and scientists in the field of quantum computing for the industry’s growing professional base, as well as for those of us mortals with a layman’s passion for the discipline. Additionally, there will be four exciting workshops throughout the week, ‘all of which have been accepting Call for Papers since 1st of August’
The list of workshops is as follows:
The Second International Conference on Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP) on 21/9
The Day of Quantum Algorithms (QuAlg) on 22/9.
The Fourth International Workshop on Quantum Compilation (IWQC20) on 23/9 and 24/9.
The First Workshop on Quantum Computing for Quantum Chemistry (QCxQC) on 24/9 and 25/9.
For more information please visit the CQC’s website or event’s LinkedIn page (above) about tickets and pricing.
CQC promises to put the ‘fun’ in the ‘Q’. So, sign up for the Quantum Week of Fun today. You won’t be disappointed!