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Quantum & Society Research Colloquium

Date/Time
28 Jun 2022
All Day

Location
Various locations and online

Various locations

Categories
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Organizer
Centre for Quantum & Society


Quantum & Society Research Colloquium

This monthly colloquium, organized by the Centre for Quantum & Society of Quantum Delta NL provides a platform for quantum & society researchers to showcase their research for a broader multidisciplinary research community. Our aim is to build and broaden the community engaged in research on non-technical questions related to quantum technologies, including their development, applications and implications. We will provide networking opportunities within the community, with the aim to facilitate exchange and new collaborations. The talks alternate between hybrid with networking drinks on location, and fully online. If you are interested in receiving our announcements, please email j.v.j.vanhoboken@uva.nl.

Upcoming Events

  • 14 February 2023 (16:00 – 17:00, online) ‘Embedding quantum technologies into society: five structural challenges’ by Eline de Jong who is a PhD candidate on the Philosophy and Ethics of Quantum-Safe Cryptography at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (UvA). Read more here.
  • 21 March 2023 (to be decided)
  • 25 April 2023 (to be decided)
  • 20 June 2023 (to be decided)

Past Events

  • 28 June 2022, Launch Event with Julia Cramer, Pieter Vermaas, Joris van Hoboken, Sharon Dolmans, Sebastian de Haro, Armin Grunwald, and Ionica Smeets (University of Amsterdam). View this event here.
  • 20 September 2022: ‘Governing the development towards the Quantum Internet – issues and challenges’ by Marijn Janssen (TU Delft). Read more here.
  • 18 October 2022: ‘Learning by doing – a practical approach to integrate ethical and societal tools in quantum-innovation’ by Dr. Verena Schulze Greiving (Faculty of Science, Leiden University). Read more here.
  • 20 December 2022: ‘Developing a governance framework for quantum computing: lessons from the application of decryption powers’ by Ot van Daalen who is working at the Institute for Information Law (IViR) and recently defended a PhD on the governance of quantum computing, with a focus on human rights requirements. Read more here.

 Centre for Quantum and Society

The Centre for Quantum and Society is a knowledge and co-creation centre to maximise quantum technologies’ positive impact on society. We’re part of Action Line 4 of Quantum Delta NL, a unique program that aims to put societal impact first. We facilitate ground-breaking research into the ethical, legal, and societal dimensions related to quantum technologies. We develop tools to assess quantum applications’ impacts and develop governance approaches and guidelines. We support start-ups, small businesses, and corporate innovation teams in understanding the potential impact of quantum technologies on their sector, customers, and society. Last but not least, we initiate mission-driven innovation projects.


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