In addition to the scientific program, the 2013 QIPC conference comprised sessions that were of interest beyond the scientific community, and that continued the tradition of similar activities at earlier QIPC conferences. Adjusted to the vocation of QUIE2T, these activities included an ‚Industry Session‘, an ‚EU funding session‘ and the ceremony for the ‚QIPC Young Investigator Award‘.
Come along to the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Parks Road, from 5:30pm on Thursday 6th June for an evening of 3 fascinating talks about quantum mechanics – the strangest theory ever to be correct!
As its last last deliverable, QUIE2T WP2 has submitted the final updates of the QIPC Strategic Report (v. 1.8) and the Quantum Information Classification scheme QICS (v. 1.3). A detailed report on the update is available from the WP2 deliverables page (deliverable D2.2.2).
Just about one week before the initial end of the project, we have received the confirmation that the QUIE2T project is extended by 6 months, i.e. the project will run until 31 July 2013. In addition, the University of Florence, Italy has been added as a new partner. Florence will be part of WP4 and in charge of the QIPC 2013 conference organization.
The reports are available for public download at the WP2 deliverables page. They contain a detailed description of the features that are integrated in the qurope.eu web site, that allow a classification and analysis of the database material that is relevant to QIPC.