Joint Symposium of Quantum Internet Task Force & JST Moonshot Goal 6 Nagayama PJ "Scalable and Robust Integrated Quantum Communication Systems” Kick-off


A joint symposium will be held by QITF and the JST Moonshot Goal 6 R&D project “Scalable and Robust Quantum Communication Systems” for which QITF representative Nagayama is the project manager. Everyone is welcome to attend. We look forward to your participation.

Participation Form: link

Venue: Hybrid event

Date: Friday, January 13, 2023 9:00-11:35

Admission: free

Language: Japanese/English(simultaneous translation)

9:00-9:15Katsuhiro KitagawaJST Moonshot Goal 6 Program Director / Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka UniversityGreetings and Moonshot Goal 6
9:15-9:30Jun MuraiProfessor, Keio University / WIDE Project FounderExpectations for Quantum Networks
9:30-9:40Shota NagayamaRepresentative of QITF / Senior Researcher, R4D, Mercari, Inc.Introduction of QITF
9:40-10:10Rodney Van MeterProfessor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio UniversityQuantum Internet
10:10-10:30Shota NagayamaProject Manager, JST Moonshot Goal 6 R&D Project “Scalable and Robust Quantum Communication Systems” / Project Associate Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio UniversityIntroduction to Moonshot Nagayama Project / Distributed Quantum Computer Networks
10:45-11:00Hideharu AmanoProfessor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio UniversityTowards Quantum-Classical Hybrid Computing
11:00-11:10Tomoyuki HorikiriAssociate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Yokohama National UniversityCurrent Status of Quantum Relay Development with Quantum Memory and Overview of Our Research Plan
11:10-11:20Rikizo IkutaLecturer, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka UniversityOutline of Research Plan for Quantum Optical Systems for Quantum Networks
11:20-11:30Takahiko SatoProject Lecturer, Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio UniversityNetwork Quantum Applications
11:30-11:35Closing Remarks