Hannover, 14 April 2023 – This year’s biggest European quantum event is celebrating World Quantum Day by launching its ticket store with special rates to mark the special occasion. The EQTC 2023 will bring together leading minds from science, industry and policy for a week’s worth of insightful and exciting programmes. The biennial showcase and community gathering of the Quantum Flagship, Europe’s groundbreaking innovation initiative, will take place between 16-20 October 2023 in Hannover hosted by the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony (QVLS).
Up to 1.000 guests are expected to attend the EQTC 2023 and make Hannover the beating heart of the European quantum world this year. Starting from novel research and reaching up to industrial applications, the multi-faceted conference programme attracts the growing international community to discuss the entire bandwidth of quantum technologies from quantum computing and simulation, quantum communication and cryptography as well as quantum sensing and metrology.
The main event at the Hannover Convention Center invites attendees to a series of inspiring high-level talks and keynotes on groundbreaking scientific results from all over Europe. Leading representatives from industry and start-ups will showcase the latest advances towards real-world quantum applications. Engaging conversation formats, interactive deep dives and workshops allow for new forms of exchange between experts from all sectors and disciplines. Being the central meeting place for the European quantum community, the EQTC 2023 offers ample time and space to boost networking among participants – with highlights such as the welcome reception and the EQTC community dinner. In addition to the rich and diverse programme, an ongoing exhibition by leading quantum companies and research hubs rounds off the conference.
On-site attendees will also have the chance to explore the regional hotspots of innovation in the quantum field through lab tours and other experiences provided by Quantum Valley Lower Saxony: From the modern labs of the Leibniz University Hannover, the University of Braunschweig – Institute of Technology and Germany’s National Metrology Institute (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) to the advancing quantum start-ups surrounding the research institutions.
Get ready to discover the newest breakthroughs and reunite with the European quantum community at the EQTC, the year’s biggest quantum event – secure your ticket via eqtc2023.qvls.de!
EQTC 2023 Tickets – Super Early Bird Rates (25% off, valid until 15 May 2023)
- Academia (universities, RTOs, scientific institutions) and non-profits (policy, NGOs, public institutions) 486,75 Euro instead of full price 649,00 Euro
- Industry: 936,75 Euro instead of full price 1.249,00 Euro
- Start-ups: 261,75 Euro instead of full price 349,00 Euro
- Early-career academia: 74,25 Euro instead of full price 99,00 Euro
- All access ticket (with fast-track access to the venue, dedicated meeting rooms, VIP networking and more): 1.499,25 Euro instead of full price 1.999,00 Euro
The tickets provide access to the entire four-day programme and include two social evening events as well as food and beverages during the opening hours. VAT is included in the price.
What if you won’t be able to travel to Hannover this fall? Digital tickets will be released closer to the event dates for those who would like to follow the programme and connect with the community remotely.
About World Quantum Day
The World Quantum Day is celebrated every year on April 14, a reference to 4.14, the rounded first digits of Planck’s constant: 4.135667696×10−15 eV.s = 0,000 000 000 000 004 135667696 electronvolt second, a product of energy and time that is the fundamental constant governing quantum physics. It is a decentralised and bottom-up initiative, inviting all scientists, engineers, educators, communicators, entrepreneurs, technologists, historians, philosophers, artists, policymakers etc. as well as their organisations to develop their own activities, such as outreach talks, exhibitions, lab tours, panel discussions, interviews, artistic creations and more. The shared goal is to celebrate World Quantum Day around the globe and thus highlight the importance of quantum science and technology. Find out more about the initiative here: https://worldquantumday.org/