Quantum 2.0 Conference and Exhibition

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Quantum 2.0 Conference and Exhibition full conference and virtual conference registrants can log in to access recorded technical sessions. Your access continues on this platform for up to 60 days after the meeting concludes.

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Corporate Sponsors



Christopher Monroe

Duke University, United States

Michael Raymer

University of Oregon, United States

Sophia Economou

Virginia Tech, United States

Eden Figueroa

SUNY Stony Brook, United States

Ronald Holzwarth

Menlo Systems GmbH, Germany

Program Committee

  • Christopher Monroe, Duke University, United StatesChair
  • Michael Raymer, University of Oregon, United StatesChair
  • Sophia Economou, Virginia Tech, United StatesProgram Chair
  • Eden Figueroa, SUNY Stony Brook, United StatesProgram Chair
  • Ronald Holzwarth, Menlo Systems GmbH, GermanyProgram Chair
  • Konrad Banaszek, University of Warsaw, Poland
  • Edwin Barnes, Virginia Tech, USA
  • Garrett Cole, Thorlabs Inc., USA
  • Kai-Mei Fu, University of Washington, United States
  • Frederic Grosshans, Quantum Information Center Sorbonne, France
  • Nobuyuki Imoto, University of Tokyo​, Japan
  • Hidetoshi Katori, University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Alexander Ling, NUS, Singapore
  • Thomas Monz, Alpine Quantum Technologies, Austria
  • Prineha Narang, Harvard University, United States
  • Taofiq Paraiso, Toshiba, United Kingdom
  • Marina Radulaski, University of California, Davis, United States
  • Alejandro Rodriguez, Princeton University, United States
  • Martin Savage, University of Washington, United States
  • Brian Smith, University of Oregon, United States
  • Simon Stellmer, Physics Institute, Bonn University, Germany
  • Mark Tolbert, TOPTICA, United States
  • Rinaldo Trotta, Univ degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, Italy
  • Mankei Tsang, National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • Janik Wolters, DLR, Germany
  • Zheshen Zhang, University of Arizona, United States
John Preskill
John Preskill

California Institute of Technology

Christine Silberhorn
Christine Silberhorn

Paderborn University

Michael Totzeck
Michael Totzeck

Carl Zeiss AG

Nathalie de Leon
Nathalie de Leon

Princeton University

Jian-Wei Pan
Jian-Wei Pan

University of Science and Technology of China

Peter Zoller
Peter Zoller

University of Innsbruck

The Quantum 2.0 Conference – Stimulating and facilitating the development of quantum information science and technology.

Quantum 2.0 refers to the development and use of many-particle quantum superposition and entanglement in large engineered systems to advance science and technology. Examples of such large quantum systems are quantum computers and simulators, quantum communication networks, and arrays of quantum sensors. New resulting technologies will go far beyond the (quantum 1.0) capabilities offered by single systems. This conference—the second in the series— will bring together academics, engineers, national laboratory and industry scientists and others working to advance quantum science and technology. Our goal is to promote the development of mature quantum technologies that will allow us to build Quantum 2.0 systems capable of quantum advantage. Participants will have the opportunity to interact and discover common ground, and potentially build collaborations leading to new concepts or development opportunities. It also aims to look forward to new scientific frontiers beyond the scope of current technologies.