Near-term Quantum Computing 2020(+3)

22-24 March 2023


Scope, Objective, Audience and Format

The objective of the workshop is to highlight the computational power and investigate possible practical applications of quantum computing devices consisting of a limited number of imperfect qubits.

The scope of the workshop is all theoretical, experimental, computational and conceptual approaches to the problem. Contributions from all branches of physics, mathematics, information theory and computer science that have bearing on the objective are welcome. Both positive and negative results (no-go theorems) are in scope.

The format of the workshop will be invited talks complemented by a poster session.  The talks will be streamed live via Zoom.


Warsaw, PL, Zielna Center

Street address: Zielna 37, Warsaw, Poland.

Warsaw is easily reachable by air from all major cities worldwide and is well-connected by ground transportation within Europe. The conference will take place at Zielna Conference center. Centrum Zielna is a unique project located in Warsaw’s City Centre and consisting of a historic building – Mała Pasta -  and two newly constructed buildings.

The venue is just a 10-minute walk from Warsaw Central Station and near the Palace of Culture and Science. It is also conveniently located next to the Świętokrzyska Metro station, providing easy access for attendees using public transportation.

There are many food options available in the surrounding area, so attendees will have plenty of choices for meals, snacks  in the nearest vicininty of the conference center - whether in a restaurant, bar or a nice corner coffee.

Organising committee

Felix Huber
Kamil Korzekwa
Marek Kuś
Michał Oszmaniec - chair
Zbigniew Puchała
Katarzyna Rajewska - admin support
Karol Życzkowski


Sponsored by

The workshop is funded by the Foundation for Polish Science through the TEAM-NET project Near-term quantum computers: Challenges, optimal implementations and applications (contract no. POIR.04.04.00-00-17C1/18-00) and SONATA BIS grant Properties of generic quantum communication channels (project number 2016/22/E/ST6/00062). We gratefully acknowledge support from the European Funds Smart Growth initiative, the Republic of Poland, the Foundation for Polish Science and by the European Union through the European regional development fund.


Andris Ambainis

University of Latvia

Juani Bermejo-Vega

University of Granada


Dan Browne

University College London


Wojciech Burkot


Giulio Chiribella

University of Oxford

Mina Doosti

University of Edinburgh


Jens Eisert

Freie University Berlin


Jan-Åke Larsson

Linköping University


Maciej Lewenstein



Markus Grassl

University of Gdańsk

Michael Hartmann



Michał Horodecki

University of Gdańsk

Anna Kamińska


Tristan Kraft

Insbruck University

Mio Murao

University of Tokyo


Manuel Rispler

RWTH Aachen


Wojciech Roga

Keio University


Matteo Rossi



Jordi Tura

Leiden University


Filip Wudarski



Mario Ziman

Institute of Physics SAS


Zoltan Zimboras

Wigner Institute



Registration is open to all researchers inside and outside academia. Selected participants will be notified by the organization committee shortly after registration will close.

Registration for on-site partitipation is closed. If you wish to register for online participation please send email to

Conference fees:

  • Undergraduate and master students: free
  • Invited speakers: free
  • Online participation: free
  • PhD students: 1500 PLN (~320 Euro)
  • Postdocs: 1500 PLN (~320 Euro)
  • Faculty/ Group leaders:  2000 PLN (~420 Euro)
  • Other: 1500 PLN (~320 Euro)

After registration the participants will be required to perform the payment via bank transfer (the details of bank transfer will be send after registration). The conference fee covers coffee breaks and lunches during the conference.

In justified cases the Organizing Committee can reduce or entirely waive the participation fee for selected participants.

Please write to if you have any questions about the registration process and the conference.

We expect all participants to cover their own travel expenses. The organizing committee will arrange accommodation for invited speakers. We ask other participants to to arrange accommodation by themselves. For out-of-town and non-Polish participants we recommend booking.comairbnb, or other international companies/services.

Please be aware that unfortunately, scammers sometimes approach conference participants claiming to be able to provide accommodation and asking for credit card details. Do not give such information to any such persons! Arrange yourself directly in the standard manner!

For invited speakers, the organizers will be in touch via email regarding accommodation. If you are an invited speaker and in any doubt about the legitimacy of an approach, please get in contact with the organisers.



PDF version of timetable: link

Book of abstratcs and list of posters: link


Partner institutions


Funding bodies



Aleja Lotników 32/46
02-668 Warszawa
Phone: +48 22 847 09 20

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