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QC3I: Quantum Computing, Communication, Control and Intelligence for Peace and Security

From 15 February, 2018 to 18 February, 2018

The Centre for International Security Studies at the University of Sydney, with the support of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, is pleased to announce the fourth annual Q Symposium, QC3I: Quantum Computing, Communication, Control and Intelligence for Peace and Security.

QC3I begins on Thursday 15 February with the public Q Forum held at the University of Sydney. The symposium continues through Friday 16 and Saturday 17 February at the historic Q Station, the former quarantine site of Sydney harbour. Here physicists and philosophers, security experts and social scientists will convene to explore the implications of quantum for peace and security. QC3I opens up the circle of international security to neglected issues, creative thinkers and new actors.

The Q Symposium is the premier event of Project Q: Peace and Security in a Quantum Age. Established with the support of the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the University of Sydney, Project Q considers the implications of quantum innovation for peace and security issues in the Indo-Pacific region and beyond.

Location: Q Station

Contact:Clare Hodgson
Email:ciss@sydney.edu.au