7:30

Breakfast

Ion Traps


Chair: Christopher Monroe

8:30

“A Shuttling-Based Trapped Ion Quantum Processing Node”
Ulrich Poschinger
University of Mainz, Germany

9:15

“Quantum Reservoir Engineering of Many-Body Systems”
Giovanna Morigi
Saarland University, Germany

10:00

Coffee break

Quantum Theory and Applications


Chair: Frank Wilhelm–Mauch

10:30

“Quantum Control for Quantum Technologies”
Christiane Koch
University of Kassel, Germany

11:15

“Sorting and Quantifying Multipartite Entanglement”
Barbara Kraus
University of Innsbruck, Austria

12:15

Lunch

Superconducting Qubits


Chair: Andreas Wallraff

13:30

“A Full-Stack Superconducting Quantum Computer”
Leo DiCarlo
QuTech Delft, Netherlands

14:15

“Scaling Quantum Processors with Superconducting Qubits”
Markus Brink
IBM Research – Yorktown, USA

15:00

Poster session and coffee break

17:15

“About the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation”
Stefan Jorda
Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation

17:30

Panel Discussion
“Quantum Hardware and Software”

  • Is there a value in building a hardware-agnostic quantum software stack?
  • Is there an immediate value in building application-agnostic quantum hardware?
  • Is there a need for standardized interfaces between hardware and software?
  • What are the challenges with regard to hardware and software? If there are limited resources, where should the focus be? Or are both aspects equally important?
  • How many different software developments should there be?
Panelists
Cyril Allouche, Rainer Blatt, Markus Brink, Per Delsing, José Ignatio Latorre, John Martinis

Moderator
Frank Wilhelm–Mauch

18:30

Dinner

19:30

Poster session, continued