Join us for a half-day event where Centre of Applied Photonics and the Danish Optical Society highlight the technology race towards quantum computing and quantum technologies.

A quantum revolution

We are looking into a quantum revolution that will potentially transform our society. Quantum computing is a disruptive technology capable of revolutionizing data analysis and optimisation problems, and the applications extend to various sectors such as life science, energy, transportation, and finance.

Real-life applications of quantum technology include cryptography, metrology, machine learning, material science, chemical engineering, and biopharma to name a few.

Denmark and Danish research institutes are at the forefront of this race with world-class scientific and technological competencies within quantum photonics. This recently led to Denmark being awarded the NATO quantum research centre.

Ulrik L. Andersen from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU Physics) will present their progress towards Denmark’s first photonic quantum computer. 

Jan Hald will join us from the Danish National Metrology Institute (DFM) and will cover the prospects of quantum technologies within metrology and finally Morten Bache from the Novo Nordisk Foundation will discuss the applications within life sciences.

Price

For members of the Photonics Club: Free of charge

For students: 250 DKK

For employed: 600 DKK

Sign up and join us for this enlightening event.

Program

12:45 - 13:00 Registration

13:00 - 13:10 Welcome and introduction
   
13:10 - 13:55
Optical quantum computing and simulation, Ulrik L. Andersen, DTU Physics
   
13:55 - 14:40 Ultra-stable lasers for length, time and quantum metrology, Jan Hald, DFM

14:40 - 15:00 Coffee and networking
15:00 - 15:45 Quantum computers for life science applications: promises and progress, Morten Bache, Novo Nordisk Foundation
 
15:45 - 16:00
Rounding off the day

Read more about the Photonics Club here.