A Canadian Student
September 29th – October 1st, 2023
Location: University of British Columbia (Vancouver campus)
Room: KAIS 2020/2030
Welcome to Q-SITE, a Canadian Student Conference on Quantum Science, Information, Technology, and Engineering happening this fall on UBC campus. Join us for engaging discussions and workshops on quantum communication and security, quantum algorithms and applications, quantum hardware and more. Secure your spot now for
Canada's First Student-Centric Quantum Conference
Quantum Information Science and Technology (QIST) is an emerging interdisciplinary field poised to revolutionize various areas such as cryptography, communications, simulation, material discovery, sensing, and computing. This challenges global engineers, physicists, computer scientists, mathematicians, economists, and policymakers to collaborate for breakthroughs.
Q-SITE engages undergraduate students in QIST by inviting researchers and educators from academia and industry to give talks, panels, and tutorials on cutting edge research topics and industry-leading applications. The Q-SITE program is specifically designed to jump start attendees’ quantum curiosity and careers – from the ground up.
Interested in QIST? You're in the right place. Explore our program for insightful seminars and talks.
TECHNICAL TALKS &
WORKSHOPS & PANELS
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Come join Q-SITE for its very own mini-hackathon where sponsor companies such as Quantum Village, Classiq, and IBM host coding challenges. You will be able to solve these challenges through Saturday night in teams of 2-4, with top submission teams winning awards!
We are excited to feature a poster session at the conference, showcasing both undergraduate and graduate research. The poster presentation session is scheduled for Saturday, September 30th, from 5:15 pm to 6:15 pm at the Kaiser (ECE) Building on the UBC Vancouver campus.
We aim for this opportunity to not only exercise young quantum talent but also provide a spotlight for student research projects in this emerging field!
Interested? Click on "Call for Student Posters" for more details.
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