The International Symposium on Quantum Science,
Technology and Innovation
Welcome to Quantum Innovation 2021
It is our pleasure to invite all of you, scientists, engineers, academicians, young researchers,
business delegates and students, from all over the world to attend Quantum Innovation 2021,
the International Symposium on Quantum Science, Technology and Innovation, to be held
on 7-9 December 2021 as Virtual Conference organized and served commemorating the birth
of the Quantum Technology Innovation Hubs.
The aim of Quantum Initiative 2021 is to bring together, a multi-disciplinary group of scientists
and engineers to present and exchange breaking-through ideas related to quantum technologies.
The topics of the meeting cover broad aspects of quantum technology including
quantum computing, quantum sensing, quantum cryptography and quantum communication
with a focus on the latest outstanding achievements in the field of quantum technology
and its future trends and needs.
We welcome you to Quantum Initiative 2021 and look forward to your participation in the meeting with distinguished speakers from different countries around the world sharing new and exciting results and promoting collaborations in Quantum Technology.
Addressing the state-of-the-art
Exploring cooperation on research,
application, education and social awareness
on quantum technology
We will bring together researchers working on quantum technology and offer a platform for discussions among them. Inviting prominent speakers from abroad and Japan, Quantum Innovation 2021 covers latest development of quantum computing, quantum sensing,
quantum cryptography and quantum communication.
We also aim to give young researchers, future quantum working force candidates and aware citizens an overview of fast evolving quantum technology by listening to inspiring talks.
Scope of the Symposium
Highlights of the development of quantum
technology Quantum computing Quantum sensing Quantum Cryptography & Communication
Development of Infrastructure for the progress
of quantum technology Promotion of practical applications of quantum technology Development of human resources for quantum technology Promotion of international collaborations
7-9 December 2021
Symposium is held on-line.
Quantum Sensing Track
Quantum Cryptography & Communication Track
All the speakers are to be invited.
Researchers, engineers, business delegates, policy makers, administrators, students and media.
All participants are required to register in advance. Registration page will be opened in Autumn.
The Cabinet Office
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)
Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
National Institutes for Quantum Science and Technology (QST)
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Tokyo Institute of Technology
The University of Tokyo
Quantum technology is bringing a great impact on a wide range of industry. In order to accelerate the progress and make best use of quantum technology, industry, academia and government are expected to collaborate on promoting basic research, technology demonstration, industrialization, intellectual property management and human resource development. For promoting these activities, Japan established Quantum Technology Innovation Hubs in February 2021.
- Quantum computer development hub in RIKEN
- Quantum device development hub in National Institute
of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology（AIST）
- Quantum computer application hub represented by the University of Tokyo
- Quantum software innovation hub in Osaka University
- Quantum security network hub in National Institute
of Information and Communications Technology（NICT）
- Quantum life science hub in National Institutes
for Quantum Science and Technology（QST）
- Quantum materials research project in National Institute
for Materials Science（NIMS）
- Quantum sensors hub represented by Tokyo Institute of Technology
RIKEN serves as Headquarters of the Hubs to incorporate efforts to advance
quantum technology research in Japan.