The Quantum Technologies (QT) have been advancing at a tremendous rate across the globe. It is built on three core verticals: Quantum Computation, Quantum Communications, and Quantum Sensing and Metrology. Keeping in mind the immense potential, and possibility of unforeseen breakthroughs in research, India needs to be prepared to take advantage of future developments. While there are several independent initiatives, a nodal entity to ensure excellence, coherence, monitoring and deployment of QT R&D in India under a single umbrella is still missing. Hence to make a perceptible impact in QT domain, which is intrinsically a multi-disciplinary field, the meeting will provide a platform for a brainstorming session among the researchers in Bangalore who are working in diverse areas of quantum science and technology.
Subhro Bhattacharjee (ICTS-TIFR, India) and Arindam Ghosh (IISc, India)
DATE & TIME
29 November 2022
Madhava Lecture Hall, ICTS, Bengaluru