The meeting included academic and industry leaders in quantum physics and engineering to identify the next generation of quantum technologies for translational development. These include: simulators for chemistry and materials, imaging systems, enhanced sensors, ultra-precise atomic clocks, secure communications networks and quantum co-processors, such as certified random number generators and small-scale computing engines.
Speaker biographies, abstracts, and recorded audio of the presentations are available below.
This meeting was followed by a related, two-day satellite meeting, Quantum technology challenges for the 21st century, at the Royal Society at Chicheley Hall, home of the Kavli Royal Society Centre.
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