Events

- FOR EVERYONE
INTERESTED IN
QUANTUM RESEARCH

InstituteQ both organizes and takes part in a wide range of events from professional colloquiums to more laid-back get-togethers.


Some events might require signing up, and all are free to attend. Upcoming events are listed below.


InstituteQ Colloquiums


InstituteQ organises colloquiums where highly regarded experts of quantum science and technology and adjoining fields give a talk, and attendees have a chance to network and share ideas.

Previous speakers have included Prof Dr. Jürgen Mlynek, Dr. Luca Peliti, and Nobel laureate Prof. Frank Wilczek. Feel free to suggest speakers you'd like to hear to contact@instituteq.fi!

Watch this space and follow us on Twitter for updates on the next colloquium!

28.9.2022: Nordic Quantum Connection


As part of a two-day workshop, the Nordic Quantum Connection event, organized by InstituteQ, offers a series of "Highlight Talks" where highly esteemed experts discuss what is happening in quantum science and technology. The Talks, held on Wednesday, September 28, are sure to be engaging and insightful for both the initiated and the laypersons.


Join us to find out why the Nordic countries are larger than their size in everything quantum!


Read more on on the official site here.

3.10.2022: Guest Talk - Giulio Malavolta: "Can We Obfuscate Quantum Circuits?"


Assistant Professor Giulio Malavolta from the Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy gives a guest talk at the Department of Computer Science on Monday, October 3rd. Anyone interested in quantum cryptography or quantum computers is sure to find the talk both informative and engaging!



Details on the Aalto University website.

6.10.2022: Aalto CS Research Day - Alexandru Paler: "Quantum Computers, Or: Don’t let your qubits grow up to be cowboys"


The Department of Computer Science at Aalto University organizes its annual Research Day on October 6!

Both students and professionals can get to know what the CS Department is working on.
One of the scientists presenting their work is Alexandru Paler of the Quantum Software and Algorithms research group, which also belongs to InstituteQ.



More on the Aalto University website.


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