Jan 13 – 17, 2020
Europe/Zurich timezone
Registration Closed!

The first 60 attendees coming from an institution in a COST member or cooperating member country can request reimbursement after the conference at rates of 45 EUR per night for accommodation and 40 EUR per day for meals.

This conference aims to give PhD students and early career researchers (within 5yrs of finishing a PhD) the opportunity to present their work to a supportive international audience. We expect this conference to be of interest to researchers in quantum information and technology, quantum optics, precision frequency measurements, atomic clocks, antimatter and quantum simulation. Attendees will have the chance to take part in fruitful discussions concerning important topics in physics research today, build networks with potential future colleagues/ collaborators and attend interactive sessions supporting the development of skills necessary for a career in research or industry. 


The organisers particularly encourage applications from a diverse community and additional support will be available to potential attendees who highlight a barrier to their attendance. Part-time PhD students and those who have taken a career break will not be subject to the 5yr post-PhD limit. Each application will be assessed individually.


Co-organised with COST from the COST Action (CA17113 - Trapped Ions: Progress in classical and quantum applications - TIPICQA)

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6/2-024 - BE Auditorium Meyrin
Esplanade des Particules 1 1211 Geneva 23 Switzerland
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