Adiabatic Quantum Computing 2023
June 19, 2023 8:00 AM -
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
Registration for AQC 2023 is now closed.
The conference will be held at the Clyde Hotel, 330 Tijeras Ave NW, Albuquerque NM 87102
To book a room at the hotel, contact Melissa Montes at email@example.com
About the Conference
Adiabatic Quantum Computing (AQC) 2023 will be held in ABQ on June 19 - June 23.
The twelfth International Conference, AQC 2023, will bring together researchers from different communities to explore this computational paradigm and related topics.
The goal of the conference is to promote a dialogue on the open theoretical questions and experimental challenges that must be addressed to realize practically useful adiabatic quantum computing and quantum annealing in existing and near-term hardware.
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Abstract submission for AQC 2023 is officially closed.
AQC 2023 Junior Scientist Scholarship
The local organizers are happy to announce the AQC 2023 Junior Scientist Scholarship.
Awardees of the scholarship will have your registration fee waived and your accommodation at the preferred conference hotel the nights of June 18 – June 23 will be booked and covered by the organizers.
All junior scientists submitting an abstract will be eligible for the scholarship, and you can apply during your abstract submission process. In addition to submitting an abstract, you must upload your CV/Resume.
- Mohammad Amin (D-Wave)
- Jemma Bennett (University of Innsbruck)
- Lucas Brady (NASA QuAIL)
- Arthur Braida (ATOS)
- Madelyn Cain (Harvard University)
- Carleton Coffrin (LANL)
- Lucas Kocia (SNL)
- Trevor Lanting (D-Wave)
- Glen Mbeng (University of Innsbruck)
- Humberto Munoz (University of Southern California)
- Giacomo Nannicini (University of Southern California)
- Shruti Puri (Yale University)
- Tsuyoshi Yamamoto (NEC)
In collaboration with
The International Network on Quantum Annealing (INQA) unifies the research activities of major global collaborations in quantum annealing in North America, Japan, the European Union and the United Kingdom.
INQA is supported by a International Network Grant from the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
International Steering Committee
- Tameem Albash (UNM)
- Elizabeth Crosson (UNM)
- Richard Harris (D-Wave)
- Brad Lackey (Microsoft)
- Wolfgang Lechner (Innsbruck)
- Daniel Lidar (USC)
- Hidetoshi Nishimori (Tokyo Tech)
- Eleanor Rieffel (NASA)
- Giuseppe Santoro (SISSA)
- Paul Warburton (UCL)
- Steven Weber (MIT)
- Frank Wilhelm-Mauch (Saarland)
The co-organizers are Tameem Albash (CQuIC) and Carleton Coffrin (LANL). They can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Advance notice: AQC 2024 will be held in the Scottish city of Glasgow (UK) at the University of Strathclyde Technology and Innovation Centre, from Monday 10 - Friday 14 June 2024. Please save the dates, we look forward to welcoming you then.
Past AQC Meetings
The conference is a sequel to