The Symposium on Quantum Electronics belongs to the international workshop series hosted by the Trans-scale Quantum Science Institute (TSQS), the University of Tokyo. The major mission of the Trans-scale Quantum Science Institute is to foster innovation by bridging the intellectual contributions from a wide spectrum of quantum science disciplines, from cosmology and particle physics to quantum materials and quantum information.
Quantum electronics is a rapidly advancing frontier that links various facets of quantum science. Our symposium will feature keynote and invited talks, alongside contributed oral presentations and poster sessions. The program will cover a wide range of topics in quantum electronics, including foundational concepts of quantum magnets, cutting-edge spintronics devices, interdisciplinary intersections of quantum technologies with particle physics, cosmology, and quantum many-body physics, and recent advances in technological applications. We hope this event will provide a unique venue for illuminating overviews and to exchange information on the latest developments for field experts and emerging talents.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Symposium on Quantum Electronics in February 2024!
Symposium on Quantum Electronics
Trans-Scale Quantum Science Institute
The University of Tokyo
Registration and abstract submissions for the Symposium on Quantum Electronics are now open. Please access the "Registration & Abstract Submission" page to start your registration.
Registration and abstract submission will open on September 25, 2023. Please stay tuned for more updates.
Confirmed Keynote Speakers
Confirmed Special Session Speakers
Venue & Access
Ito International Research Center, The University of Tokyo
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033, JAPAN
Getting to the venue by public transport;
There are three subway stations very near the University of Tokyo’s Hongo campus: Hongo-Sanchome Station (on the Marunouchi Line and Oedo Line), Kasuga Station (on the Mita Line), and Nezu Station (on the Chiyoda Line). Below is the time it takes to reach the venue from each station:
- 8-minute walk from Hongo-sanchome Station (Marunouchi Line).
- 6-minute walk from Hongo-sanchome Station (Oedo Line).
- 10-minute walk from Kasuga Station (Mita Line).
- 20-minute walk from Nezu Station (Chiyoda Line).
Access to the venue is also available through various bus routes:
|From Ochanomizu Station|
|Toei Bus 茶51 for Komagome Station South Exit or 東43 for Arakawa-dote-soshajo → Get off at Todai-Akamon-Mae, Todai-Seimon-Mae, or Todai-Nogakubu-Mae stop.|
|Toei Bus 学07 for the University of Tokyo → Get off at Tatsuokamon, Todai-Byoin-Mae or Todai-Konai stop.|
|From Okachimachi Station|
|Toei Bus 都02 for Otsuka Station or 上69 for Otakibashi-shako-mae -> Get off at Hongo-sanchome Eki-mae or Yushima-yonchome stop.|
|From Ueno Station|
|Toei Bus 学01 for the University of Tokyo -> Get off at Tatsuokamon, Todai-Byoin-Mae, or Todai-Konai stop.|
For access from the airport, please refer to the following website
Trans-scale Quantum Science Institute, the University of Tokyo (c/o PRIME International Co., Ltd.)
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033, JapanThe University of Tokyo Faculty of Science Bldg.1 #671