Quantum for International Workshop

June 27, 2023 - June 29, 2023

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A new machine learning framework could pave the way for small, mobile quantum networks.
U.S. Army Research Labs

Hosted By: Innovare Advancement Center

Location: Rome, NY

The 5th annual Quantum for International (Q4I) Workshop is hosted by the Griffiss Institute at the Innovare Advancement Center in Rome, NY, from June 27-29, 2023. The event will bring together leading experts, researchers, and practitioners in the field of quantum computing to share their latest research findings, innovations, and ideas.

By attending this workshop, you will gain insights into the latest trends and developments in quantum computing, network with peers and experts in the field, and learn about the latest tools and techniques for solving complex problems using quantum computing.

This event is part of a global connectivity initiative to build an open ecosystem of government, academic, and industry collaborations and shape the future of quantum innovation for the United States and its partners. Designed around engagement with the research and academic community, the event will present opportunities to ask questions live to the keynote speakers, as well as a space to network with fellow colleagues in the field of quantum.

Featured speakers come mostly from the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and academia, including:

  • Colonel Fred E. Garcia II, Director, Information Directorate, and Commander, Detachment 4, AFRL
  • Dr. Spencer Olson, Senior Research Physicist, AFRL
  • Dr. Michael Hayduk, Deputy Director, Information Directorate, AFRL
  • Dr. William “Pat” Roach, AFOSR Chief Scientist

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