Quantum Latino – The Largest Quantum Event In Latin America

QURECA, Quantum-South and the Unconventional Computing Lab are proud to announce ‘Quantum Latino’ – the first large scale quantum event in Latin America – held online on 9th-11th June 2021.

This 3-day event brings together researchers, entrepreneurs, start-ups, and industry collaborators, to participate, learn, exchange ideas, connect, network, and grow, seeking to expand the emerging quantum community in Latin-America.

The quantum computing market, itself expected to grow by 21.26% CAGR by 2026, will undergo significant expansion in open markets like that of Latin America where a strong research capability and abundance of resourceful talent will help it develop a quantum rich infrastructure [1].

Quantum Latino will be fundamental in helping achieve this rapid growth, working with industry players such as IBM, amongst others, to contribute towards an exciting and jam packed program of events, that includes keynote speeches, research talks, quantum computing hands-on sessions, career events, networking sessions, panel discussions, workshops, hackathons, and an industrial exhibition.

Do not miss out on the opportunity to:

  • Discover the latest research breakthroughs and quantum science on the continent,
  • How the quantum industry intends to break into the region,
  • Gain business insight for potential entrepreneurs,
  • Uncover the latest career options available to you in quantum science.

The event is explicitly not just for those working in quantum technologies and welcomes anyone in the field including those involved with photonics, software development, engineering, electronics, business development, physics, optics, and anyone just interested in all things quantum.

Those individuals wishing to contribute to the conference (poster / abstract) should express their interest via this form.

General Registration is open

For more information please visit: https://quantum-latino.com/registration/
Or contact us at:
https://quantum-latino.com/get-in-touch/

Event Organisers:

Qureca Ltd.
QURECA provides a range of professional services, business development, and the solution to the quantum workforce skills bottleneck: the first online platform for quantum training and resourcing, to support individuals and businesses to be part of the quantum revolution.

In 2019, the Royal Society described QURECA Ltd. as the company that “fills the gaps in the existing quantum community, creating a society ready for quantum through a common language.”

Website: https://www.qureca.com/

Quantum-South.
Established in 2019, Quantum South is a multidisciplinary quantum computing software company, with operations in Europe and Latin America. Quantum-South designs solutions with a quantum computing approach combining expertise in multiple quantum software platforms
Website: https://quantum-south.com/

The Unconventional Computing Lab.
Established in 2004, The Unconventional Computing Lab contributes primarily to the understanding of the physical, mathematical, implementation, and societal aspects of computation. The international and multicultural laboratory produces ground-breaking science towards understanding the ultimate capacities and limits of computation imposed by physics and mathematics, developing engineering methods to transform our scientific advances into products and services useful to humanity and non-human animals.

Website: https://unconventionalcomputing.org

References:

[1]https://neighborwebsj.com/uncategorized/6181742/quantum-computing-market-to-grow-at-21-26-cagr-by-2026/

Araceli Venegas-Gomez
Araceli Venegas-Gomezhttps://qureca.com
Dr. Araceli Venegas-Gomez is the Founder and CEO of QURECA Ltd. (Quantum Resources & Careers), a company offering professional services, business development, and the first online platform for training and recruitment. She spent several years working in industry as an aerospace engineer before falling in love with quantum mechanics. She then decided to follow her passion for physics, and pursued a PhD in the field of quantum simulation at the University of Strathclyde. Following her work on outreach advocating quantum technologies, she was named the “quantum ambassador”, after winning the Optical Society Milton and Rosalind Chang Pivoting fellowship in 2019. She is also an executive fellow at the University of Bristol Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre in 2020.

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