Consortium Meeting and Workshop on
Hybrid Quantum-Classical Computing

Date: 2023 November 29 - December 1

Venue: Tondos room, Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Budapest, Hungary

Short Description

The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers interested in exploring
the potential of hybrid quantum-classical computing, and to discuss further research
activities and collaborations in the scope of the HQCC QauntEra grant.

Invited Speakers


Schedule -- see titles and abstracts here

Time Wednesday, November 29 Thursday, November 30 Friday, December 1
09:15-09:30 Talk 5: Robert König & Libor Caha
09:30-10:45 Talk 1: Yihui Quek Talk 8: Michał Oszmaniec
10:45-11:15 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
11:15-12:30 Talk 2: András Gilyén Talk 6: Miguel Murça Panel discussion / brainstorming on HQCC
12:30-14:30 Lunch break Lunch break Lunch break
14:30-15:45 Talk 3: Paul Fährmann Talk 7: Marcin Kotowski Talk 9: Frederik Wilde
15:45-16:15 Coffee break Coffee break
16:15-17:30 Talk 4: Andris Ambainis QuantERA Business meeting
17:30-19:00 Wine & Cheese reception
19:15-21:00 Conference Dinner @ Cafe Intenzo

Practical information

Recommended hotel: Danubius Hotel Erzsébet City Center (3 minutes walk from the Rényi Institute)

Transportation from the Airport: Bus 100E Airport Express (takes about 30-40 minutes to get to Astoria -- which is 3 minutes walking from the Rényi Institute)

Ticket information for 100E Airport Express: costs about 6 EUR (2200 HUF) one way [there are ticket vending machines right at the bus stop at the Airport where you can by it]

Dining around the Rényi Institute

Ruben restaurant, with daily lunch menu

Bonnie Restro, with daily lunch menu

MANU+ pizza (neapolitan)

Olive chinese restaurant (with good ramen)

Bamba Marha Burger

Napfényes Vegan Restaurant

Belvárosi Disznótoros (pork meals)

Hummus Bar


Hybrid Quantum Classical Computation QuantERA project


A freshly appeared popular science article by Mario Berta written for the Journal of the German Physical Society stressing the importance of hybrid quantum-classical computing.