09:00            Registration and refreshments


Miguel Fernando Gonzalez Zalba, Conference Chair 

Session 1: Nanofabrication

(Invited) Recent R&D-projects at GLOBALFOUNDRIES fab 1 in Dresden
Sabine Kolodinski, GlobalFoundries, Germany


(Invited) An evolutionary path from Advanced CMOS technology to quantum information processing
Carlo Reita, LETI, France


Progress towards fabrication and characterisation of atomic and nanoscale donor-in-silicon devices
Neil Curson, London Centre for Nanotechnology, UK


Automated STM lithography for P-in-Si multi-qubit devices 
James Owen, Zyvex Laboratory, USA


Refreshments and poster session


Session 2: High-fidelity and emerging qubits

Spin-based quantum computing in silicon MOS devices
Andrew Dzurak, University of New South Wales, Australia 

12:00 Quantum control and process tomography of a semiconductor quantum dot hybrid qubit
Mark Eriksson, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA 

Towards a CMOS quantum computing architecture 
Andreas Betz, University of Cambridge 


RF-gate reflectometry on acceptor states: singlet-triplet relaxation
Joost Van der Heijden, University of New South Wales, Australia 


Lunch and poster session

Session 3: Quantum algorithms

(Invited) Quantum algorithms in LIQUID
Martin Roetteler, QuArC Microsoft, USA

14:50 A silicon-based surface code quantum computer
Jon O'Gorman, University of Oxford, UK

15:10 A donor/dot surface code insensitive to inter-qubit coupling for parallel fault-tolerant silicon quantum computing
Giuseppe Pica, University of St Andrews, UK

15:30 Refreshments and poster session

Session 4: Perspectives

The quantum Moore's law: an upper bound to the amount of workable quantum information in silicon platform
Enrico Prati, CNR, Italy

16:10 System design and control electronics consideration for an integrated semiconductor quantum processor 
Hendrick Bluhm, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

16:30 (Invited) Title: A CMOS Ising computer for combinatorial optimization problems
Masanao Yamaoka, Hitachi, Japan


(Invited) Title:D-Wave's approach to quantum computing: a thousand qubits and counting
Colin Williams, D-Wave Systems, UK

17:30  Close


P:01 Ultrathin silicon-on-Insulator structures with Integrated single electron transistors: theory and experiment
Aleksey Andreev, University of Cambridge, UK

P:02 Wireless manipulation of quantum states in silicon isolated double quantum dots
Thierry Ferrus, University of Cambridge, UK

P:03 Multi-valley envelope function equations for P impurity in silicon
Mykhailo Klymenko, University of Liege, Belgium

P:04 Dispersive read-out of double quantum dots: Modelling the differential capacitance of spin and charge qubits
Ryo Mizuta, University of Cambridge, UK

P:05 Quantum Information processing using hole spins in silicon quantum dots
Imtiaz Ahmed, University of Cambridge, UK

P:06 Silicon based high performance on-chip coolers for quantum information
Mika Prunnila, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland

P:07 Electrical detection of ramsey interference in Si:P orbital transitions
Nikolas Stavrias, Radbound University, The Netherlands

P:08 Spin-dependent recombination in arsenic and sulfur doped silicon
Alexander Barbaro, University of Oxford, UK

P:09 Simulation of micro-magnet stray-field dynamics for spin qubit manipulation in isotopically purified silicon
Lars Schreiber, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

P:10 Cryogenic interconnectable boards for broadband time characterization and control of charge dynamics in semiconductor quantum dots
Marco Lorenzo Valerio Tagliaferri, CNR-IMM-MDM, Italy

P:11 Coherent creation and destruction of orbital wavepacket in Si:P with optical read-out
Konstantin Litvinenko, University of Surrey, UK

P:12 Minimal ancilla-mediated quantum gates
Vivien Kendon, Durham University, UK

P:13 Ultra scaled silicon nanowire single electron transistors
Felix Schupp, University of Oxford, UK

P:14 Adiabatic many-body state preparation and information transfer in quantum dot arrays
Abolfazl Bayat, University College London, UK

P:15 Charge dynamics and spin blockade in a hybrid double quantum dot in silicon 
Anasua Chatterjee, University College London, UK

P:16 Hybrid optical-electrical detection of donor electron spins with bound excitons in silicon
P Ross, University College London, UK

P:17 A surface code quantum computer in silicon
Charles Hill, University of Melbourne, Australia

P:18 STM hydrogen lithography for the fabrication of an electrically-detected magnetic resonance (EDMR) device
Alexander Koelker, University College London, UK

P:19 Development of 22 T VSM system using novel improvements in HTS conductor 
Jeremy Good, Cryogenic Ltd, UK

P:20 Fabrication of photonic structures for optical detection of donor spin states in silicon
Salahuddin Nur, Imperial College London, UK