A 4th mini-workshop of the Technology Working Group of the Physics Beyond Collider Study Group at CERN, Wednesday 28th September 2022, 9am to 4pm. The workshop aims to promote the exchange of information between physicists and technology experts at CERN and in relevant institutions. For further information of PBC technology visit the website: https://pbc.web.cern.ch Register […]
In-person event, Imperial College London. Further details and registration available at https://indico.cern.ch/event/1189888/
The 2022 HEP Summer School will run in the first two weeks of September, in Oxfordshire, delivering a programme of lectures, seminars and tutorials with leading researchers in the field. Further details can be found here
The QSHS collaboration organised a quantum system theory workshop at IPPP, Durham, 6th-8th September 2022. This was an invitation only meeting involving members of the Collaboration, with talks on Quantum Systems Theory. The meeting ended with planning and discussion of QSHS activities over the next 12 months. We are grateful to IPPP for their contribution […]
Postponed meeting from 2020 due to Covid. Poster by QSHS PhD student, Searbhán Ó Peatáin: Comparison of Simulation and Experimental Results of Travelling Wave JPA’s in the Three Wave Mixing Regime. https://www.lt29.jp/invitation.html
QSHS project members Edward Laird, Stafford Withington and Ian Bailey, together with Alexander Millar, organisers of a minicolloquium at the IOP CMD29 conference, Manchester, during week of 21-26 August 2022. Also attended by QSHS members: Ed Hardy, Paul Smith, Ed Laird, Searbhán Ó Peatáin. Talk by Searbhán Ó Peatáin titled: Analysis of Theoretical and Experimental […]
Snowmass Summer study conference will be held 17-26 July 2022, Seattle, USA. See iNSPIRE Hep website for further information. Ed Daw representing QSHS.
QSHS will be present at this meeting, to be held in Vienna, Austria. Further information on the event is available at https://indico.cern.ch/event/922783/
QSHS members will be attending this workshop to discuss Quantum Physics for fundamental physics as explored using low temperature techniques. Further details and booking information: see IOP events.
QSHS project members are attending the Commercialising Quantum event. From qubits to profits: achieving near-term quantum advantage. May 17-19th 2022. Virtual and in person event. Free event. https://events.economist.com/commercialising-quantum/register/