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Conference on Noise and Decoherence in Qubits

25 February @ 08:00 - 1 March @ 17:00

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The Conference on Noise and Decoherence in Qubits is part of the Winter Conferences series organised by the Aspen Center for Physics and will take place from 25 February to 1 March 2024 in Aspen.

The event is dedicated to a crucial topic for the future of quantum computing: the problem of noise and decoherence in qubits, which is one of the main obstacles to the realisation of quantum computers.

The conference will bring together both experimental and theoretical researchers working on various qubit modalities, i.e., superconducting, semiconducting, trapped ion and Rydberg atom qubits, to understand the microscopic sources of noise and decoherence as well as how they can be overcome.

Some of these sources of noise and decoherence also interfere with the sensitivity of detectors, e.g. of gravitational waves, dark matter, etc.
Special sessions are also planned to discuss the current state-of-the-art in multi-qubit systems, as well as recent discoveries and advances in various qubit technologies.

The venue will be the Aspen Center for Physics, located in the Colorado Rocky Mountains on the Roaring Fork River.

The conference is supported by the Army Research Office, NSF STAQ, the DOE QSCOUT and Google.

The Aspen Center for Physics promotes cutting-edge research in physics and related disciplines by providing a unique physical and scientific environment that is ideal for stimulating interactions, collaboration and innovation. The Centre also aims to increase public understanding and interest in physics through a range of educational and outreach activities at the Centre and in the city of Aspen.

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25 February @ 08:00
1 March @ 17:00
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