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Quantum future academy final ceremony

The final ceremony of the quantum future academy will take place at the Institut Optique Graduate School in Palaiseau on the 30th of August 2019 at 4h30 pm. This public event will close a week of courses and visits in Germany and France for the 30 undergraduate and graduate students who took part in the Quantum Future Academy.

The Final Ceremony will be opened by the President of Université Paris-Saclay, Sylvie Retailleau. It will include a scientific conference by the physicist Alain Aspect about Quantum Technologies. The event will end with a buffet during which the students will meet the Paris-Saclay Quantum Ecosystem.  

Registration to the final ceremony

The Final Ceremony is open to public, however free registration is mandatory for practical reasons. Please register at the registration page in the main menu.  Deadline for registration is August 28th. Attendance is limited to 100 participants in addition to the 30 students of the academy.  

Program

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Pdf version here

Venue

The final ceremony of the Franco-German academy on quantum technologies will take place at the auditorium of the Institut Optique Graduate School, in Palaiseau on the 30th of August, the last day of the academy. 

Address: 2 avenue Augustin Fresnel Palaiseau, France 

Here is a link to help you get there easily.

The quantum future academy

The “Quantum Future Academy” is a Franco-German academy on quantum technologies that will take place from 24 to 31st August 2019. It gives the opportunity to 30 selected Bachelor and Master students to discover the connection between quantum physics and the development of new technologies. In Germany (Karlsruhe, Saarbrücken) and France (Strasbourg, Paris-Saclay), they will take part in lab visits, workshops, high-end conferences and meetings with companies interested in the development of quantum technologies.

For more information about the academy you can visit the French and German websites, or contact iqups@universite-paris-saclay.fr.

Photo credit: P. Stroppa

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