Quantum Innovation 2023で当プロジェクトの研究成果を発表しました

Sylvain de Léséleuc PI, Karthikeyan Ganesan, Arnab Maity, Akane Makino, and Igami attended the international
Symposium on Quantum science, Technology, and Innovation ”
Quantum Innovation 2023 ” held at the Tokyo
Convention Hall from November 15th to 17th, 2023.
Mr. Kento attended.


Quantum Innovation 2023

Quantum Innovation 2023 is the third international symposium hosted by the Japanese government and research
institutions, together bringing researchers from various fields to present and exchange groundbreaking ideas in quantum
science and technology is.

In this symposium,quantum computing,quantum sensing,quantum cryptography,quantum communication.
The latest achievements, trends, and needs in quantum science and technology will be covered.
We also aim to
young researchers, future quantum talent, and anyone interested in quantum technology
an overview of rapidly
evolving quantum technology.

  • Date: November 15th (Wednesday) – 17th (Friday), 2023
  • Organizers: Cabinet Office, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports,
    Science and Technology, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Quantum Technology Innovation Hub, etc.
  • Venue: Tokyo (Tokyo Convention Hall)
  • Program: https://site2.convention.co.jp/quantum-innovation/
  • Flyer: QI2023_flyer

Poster presentation from IMS

Sylvain de Léséleuc The rubidium cold-atom quantum computer, a Moonshot Project
Karthikeyan Ganesan Towards coherent excitation to Rydberg states using home-made lasers ( Poster link )
Arnab Maity Characterization of chirped Bragg grating for cold-atom quantum computing applications ( Poster link )
Akane Makino The Moonshot R&D Program of cold-atom quantum computers

The day featured excellent presentations by Yu Chen (Google) and other prominent guests, exciting poster discoveries,
and fruitful interactions.