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Registration opens for Inside Quantum Technology in The Hague  March 13-15, 2023; early early bird registration rates available for 3 weeks

By Sandra Helsel posted 15 Nov 2022

Registration opens for Inside Quantum Technology in  The Hague  March 13-15, 2023; early early bird registration rates available for three weeks

The 8th IQT conference and networking exhibition takes place in The Hague March 13-15, 2023.  The event features vertical coverage of Quantum Networking and Quantum Security.  The conference is co-produced with QIA (Quantum Internet Alliance), Quantum Delta and QuTech. 80+ speakers 20+ sponsors will be participating. The event is in-person only to ensure significant personal networking.  Early Early Bird registration at $499 (on-site registration will be $1599) is available for the next three weeks.  Additional information for registering, speaking or sponsoring opportunities can be found at www.insidequantumtechnology.com or emailing info@insidequantumtechnology.com.

Sandra K. Helsel, Ph.D. has been researching and reporting on frontier technologies since 1990.  She has her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona.

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Researchers at the University of Chicago have tested a possible new semiconductor. Scientists showed how MnBi6Te10, shown here in purple (tellurium), blue (bismuth) and green (manganese), can act as a magnetic topological insulator, conducting electrical current (blue) along a “quantum highway” without losing energy. The study revealed that a concerted action of different material defects is key to the quantum electronic properties. (Courtesy of Yang Lab)