Sparks is an annual two-day multidisciplinary science innovation forum and public event. It aims to bring together renowned scientists from diverse fields, along with decision-makers, professionals of industry, ethicists, and the public, to bring a novel, multi-faceted approach to addressing some of the big questions of our time.
You can find more information about the event here.
On 16 November the conference will kick off the conversation about future quantum, with a set of three talks and an artist performance. The event will take place at CERN’s new science center, Science Gateway.
As an international, open, and neutral platform, and building on its collaborative culture and proven track record of innovations, CERN is uniquely positioned to act as an “honest broker” between CERN Member States to foster innovative ideas in the field of high-energy physics and beyond.
Freeke Heijman from the QDNL Programme Office will be hosted as a speaker during the conference.