For immediate release
January 19, 2023
Quantum Days 2023, a virtual conference dedicated to quantum science and technology, was a resounding success, attracting over 1,000 participants from around the globe to hear from world-renowned speakers in quantum technology and learn about the latest advancements and developments in the field.
Highlights of the conference included:
Welcome remarks from François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry, who highlighted Canada’s commitment to quantum technology and the government’s investment of $360 million in the field.
“Quantum Days 2023 was truly energizing and inspiring. It was exciting to see the see the impressive quantum research and development happening in Canada, and to connect with colleagues from coast to coast.” said Quantum Days 2023 Chair Dr. Shohini Ghose.
Dr. Marie D’Iorio, President of Deep Tech Canada, said “The last three days have shown us how quickly the quantum science and technology field is progressing and how Canada is at the leading edge of the quantum revolution. It is exciting to see the entire community come together and engage for a third consecutive year; from the next generation of innovators to the early pioneers in the field, there is optimism for the transformation that will result from equitable access to quantum science and technology .”
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