Day 1: Stakeholders from all over the World Coming Together In a recent article, researcher Eline de Jong [MBS1] (2022: 1) asked whether we are “at the dawn
Transatlantic Quantum Forum
The Transatlantic Quantum Forum has been the first of many events organized with the TUM Think Tank. On the 16th and 17th of September 2022, we hosted the Transatlantic Quantum Forum simultaneously at New Haven, Los Angeles, and Munich. The TQF has been a joint initiative of four research centers in the U.S. and Europe: The Center for Quantum Networks at the University of Arizona, the UCLA Institute for Technology, Law & Policy, the Yale Information Society Project, and the Quantum Social Lab at the TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology hosting the European site in collaboration with the TUM Think Tank.
The goal of the Transatlantic Quantum Forum (TQF) has been to explore (potential) policy implications and different future scenarios concerning quantum technologies. During two days, researchers, students, and professionals discussed possible limitations and solutions across the globe within other formats. Below you will find impressions and some blog posts summarising the different workshops in Munich, the coordinated panel discussions, and some images of the event.
Day 2: World Café – Quantum Initiatives from all over the World The World Café Session of the Transatlantic Quantum Forum started off with an