QISS 2022

Conference at Western

6 - 10 June 2022
/
London, Ontario, Canada

Aim

This conference will bring together theorists, philosophers and experimentalists interested in the conceptual basis needed for understanding quantum spacetime, and in the relevance of quantum information to this aim. It will also bring together members of the QISS consortium to foster new collaborations.

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Topics

Topics covered will include quantum superposition of spacetimes and the possibility of their detection in the laboratory, quantum reference frames, background independent quantum formalism, the role of relations and information in quantum spacetime physics and the philosophical questions raised by these issues. 

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Format

While this conference is designed with in-person interactions in mind, it will be offered in a hybrid format to accommodate virtual attendance as well. For those unavailable on the event dates, sessions will also be recorded and shared online for viewing following the event dates.

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Join us on 6 June 2022

15Days
17Hours
20Mins
52Secs

Registration Deadline: 20 May 2022

Attendance for QISS 2022 is free, but for planning purposes advance registration is required. Due to space constraints, in-person attendance at this conference will be limited to 100 people, with members of the QISS consortium given priority.

In-person attendance is now full, however, registration remains open for virtual attendance. We’ll also maintain a wait-list & will offer in-person attendance as additional space becomes available.

DAY 1

06 Jun 2022

DAYS 2 – 4

07 – 09 Jun 2022

DAY 5

10 Jun 2022
QISS 2022 Mini-Courses Lightning Talks & Discussions Group Discussions & Social Activities

Location

Western University
11151 Richmond Street, London, ON, CANADA N6A 3K7
qissconference@gmail.com

QISS 2022 Sponsors

This conference is supported by the ID# 61466 grant from the John Templeton Foundation, as part of the QISS (The Quantum Information Structure of Spacetime) project. Additional support has been generously provided by the Rotman Institute of Philosophy.