Date(s) - 9 Nov 2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Oxford e-Research Centre
Dr Seb Weidt
University of Sussex
Computers have transformed the way we live however there are a vast amount of problems even the most powerful computer would take a million years to solve. A quantum computer, a completely new type of computer built using quantum technology, may hold the key to change this completely. It may open the door to impact society on many levels, for example enabling powerful new drugs to be developed, advanced encryption to be broken and some of nature’s deepest secrets to be unravelled. So, can we actually build a quantum computer? We have recently unveiled the world’s first industrial blueprint for constructing a trapped ion quantum computer. I will discuss this work and attempt to shed some light on how these incredible machines work and how they may revolutionize our lives.
Sandwiches and light refreshments are served from 6:30. The AGM starts at 7:30.
- Welcome & Introductions
- Apologies for Absence
- Minutes of previous AGM
- Matters arising from the minutes
- Chairman’s Report of year
- Treasurer’s Report
- review of income & expenditure against Budget
- explanation of next years Budget
- Election of Chair, Treasurer and Committee Members
- Nominations for the Committee are welcome and should also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 3 days before the meeting
- items for inclusion in AOB should be notified to the Chair at least 3 days before the meeting
Presentation on Quantum Computers will follow the AGM.
Meetings are open to both members and non-members and free.
Minutes, Chairs and Treasurers Reports of Last AGM
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