QBN Meeting on Quantum Computing for Chemistry and Materials Science

QBN Meeting on Quantum Computing for Chemistry and Materials Science

Date
14.07.2021
9:30 - 16:00 CET

Venue
Online

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Designing functional molecules, formulations, or solid-state compounds effectively is often limited by current computing power and requires much serendipity. Quantum mechanical simulations can accelerate the discovery process and will open up completely new ways of materials development.

Join us at the QBN Meeting on Quantum Computing for Chemistry and Materials Science – the exclusive and non-public expert meeting, supported by HQS Quantum Simulations – to interactively discuss relevant challenges and early-stage trends and benefit from valuable networking opportunities in a trust-based environment.

Register now – the number of participants is limited!

Speakers

Dr Ansgar Schäfer
Group Leader Quantum Chemistry
BASF

Dr Philipp Harbach
Head of In Silico Research
Merck

Dr Thomas Eckl
Chief Expert
Bosch

Dr Michael Marthaler
CEO
HQS Quantum Simulations

Dr Stefan Birner
Managing Director
nextnano

Gabriel Greene-Diniz
Research Scientist
Cambridge Quantum Computing

Agenda

Opening
Welcoming words and intro of QBN
Johannes Verst, Quantum Business Network 
Introduction HQS Quantum Simulations
Dr Michael Marthaler, HQS Quantum Simulations
Application of Computational Methods for Digitalization – Scaling vs. Accuracy (on a Quantum Computer?)
Dr Philipp Harbach, Merck
Quantum mechanical materials design at Bosch and the potential benefit of Quantum Computing
Dr Thomas Eckl, Bosch
Networking
Workshop
Current tools, their limitations using HPC and when to start exploring QC as an SME
Electronic Flying Qubits: Design and modeling challenges
Dr Stefan Birner, nextnano
Quantum computing and quantum simulation
Dr Michael Marthaler, HQS Quantum Simulations
Networking
Embedding Strategies for Quantum Computational Chemistry in the EUMEN Software Package
Gabriel Greene-Diniz, Cambridge Quantum Computing
Insights into Battery Materials from Modeling and Simulation
Dr Ansgar Schäfer, BASF

QBN (Online) Meetings

The QBN (Online) Meetings are not ordinary (online) meetings, webinars or workshops. They are unique in terms of participants and topics and offer valuable market insights and networking opportunities.

The QBN Meetings offer a trustful environment for Open Innovation due to the limited number of participants. There is no livestream at our online meetings and each participant participates equally with video and audio.

The goal of the QBN Meetings is to identify and discuss relevant challenges and trends in R&D and business and to initiate collaborations. To this end, a special focus is placed on what each participant can do for the others and what the others can do for the individual. In the 1:1 meetings the participants can get to know each other personally and generate first ideas for joint projects. The workshops and roundtable discussions offer space for your visions and new inspiration.

Registration

All participants are asked to attend the entire meeting.

To participate you need access to a computer (preferred), smartphone or tablet. You can test the proper functioning of the video, microphone and speakers in the test meeting.

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