Exhibitors

See below for the list of exhibitors showcasing their material at QEC19. The floor plan can be viewed here.

Microsoft (stand 1)   Zurich Instruments AG (stand 6)
1Qbit (stand 2)   Riverlane (stand 9)
IBM (stand 5)    


 

IBM (stand 5) 

www.research.ibm.com/ibm-q/

IBM Q is an industry first initiative to build universal quantum computers for business and science. Our cross-disciplinary team is developing scalable quantum systems, and potential applications for the technology we make available today.

 


 

Microsoft (stand 1) 

https://stationq.microsoft.com/quarc-group/

Quantum/Azure HSG

 


 

Riverlane (stand 9) 

https://riverlane.io

We're a research led startup developing software and algorithms for quantum computers. We're backed by some of the tech industry’s biggest investors – who share our belief that quantum computers will transform how we develop new materials, catalysts and ultimately pharmaceuticals.

 


 

Zurich Instruments (stand 6) 

www.zhinst.com

Zurich Instruments is a manufacturer of test & measurement equipment for advanced research & development applications. The instruments use LabOne® control software that sets a benchmark for efficient instrumentation control and a good user experience. This progressive approach reduces the complexity of laboratory setups, removes sources of problems and supports new measurement strategies that accelerate the progress of research. Zurich Instruments' portfolio comprises lock-in amplifiers, arbitrary waveform generators, impedance analyzers, quantum computing control systems, phase-locked loops and boxcar averagers.

 


 

1Qbit (stand 2) 

https://1qbit.com/

1QBit (1QB Information Technologies) is dedicated to building quantum-inspired software to solve the world’s most demanding computational challenges. The company’s hardware-agnostic platforms and services enable the development of applications which scale alongside advances in both classical and quantum computing. 1QBit partners with Fortune 500 clients and leading hardware providers to solve intractable industry problems in the areas of optimization, simulation, and machine learning. Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, 1QBit’s interdisciplinary team of 50 comprises mathematicians, physicists, chemists, software developers, and quantum computing experts who develop novel solutions to industry problems, from research through to commercial applications.

 

Key dates

Abstract submission deadline:
1 April 2019

Poster abstract submission deadline [EXTENDED]: 
17 June 2019

Early registration deadline [EXTENDED]:
17 June 2019

Registration deadline:
15 July 2019