The 1st Young Italian Quantum Information Science Conference, held for the first time in Rome as a satellite event of the IQIS2016 Conference, is a one-day special event dedicated to the young scientists. The aim of the conference is to provide opportunities of professional development to all young partecipants, who will have the opportunity to develop skills in effective scientific communication, as well as a network of collegues in the field.
The event, supported by SPIE – The international society for optics and photonics, will represent an interactive window on the academic and working realities on a broader dimension.
Invited Talks on Professional DevelopmentAlaina G. Levine (Quantum Success Solutions – Tucson, Arizona)Antigone Marino (OSA Ambassador, CNR-ISASI – Napoli)
The attendance is free but restricted to PhD, Master students and junior post-docs registered to the IQIS2016 Conference.
A social event is planned after the Young IQIS2016! More details to be announced soon.
Best Presentation Award
The best presentation, selected by the Young IQIS Scientific Committee, will be awarded with the Best Presentation Award.
Local Organising Committee
Fulvio Flamini and Mario Ciampini (University of Rome La Sapienza)
The Young IQIS2016 will take place in the Aula Conversi, while the main event will take place in the Aula Amaldi, both in the Marconi Building in the Campus of the University of Sapienza
The social event will take place on Monday 19th September at the Forum of Caesar, in the heart of the ancient Rome. A guided tour will take the participants through the wonders of roman everyday life in a suggestive multimedia reconstructionhttp://www.viaggioneifori.it/en/
The meeting point for the tour will be at 8:40pm beside theColonna Traiana
The admission to the event will be free of charge.
Itinerary from Termini station
From Termini station take Metro B1, direction “Laurentina”, until you reach the stop “Colosseo”.
From Colosseo station, go straight on “Via dei Fori Imperiali”, leaving the Colosseum behind you on your left side.
This is a 900m walk through the very heart of Rome and it is particularly evocative at night.
At the end of the road you will easily see the “Colonna Traiana” on your right. Expect from Termini to take about 30 minutes.