Recent and upcoming events

Now in progress!

iQuHack 2023
iQuHACK (interdisciplinary Quantum HACKathon) is MIT's annual quantum hackathon. We aim to bring students (high school through early-career professionals) from a diverse set of backgrounds to explore improvements and applications of near-term quantum devices. MIT iQuHACK 2023 will have an in-person hackathon where participants develop and test their code on real quantum hardware and a virtual hackathon for a larger outreach.


Hamiltonian simulation on Aquila
Learn about the fundamentals of quantum computing with Rydberg atoms, and how to use Aquila for Hamiltonian simulation.
Solving optimization problems with Aquila
Learn about the fundamentals of quantum computing with Rydberg atoms, and how to use Aquila to solve optimization problems.

Conferences & Tradeshows

November 13 to 18, 2022
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas, Texas
The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis. QuEra is joining AWS's booth and will be presenting our solutions with a focus on Bloqade, our open-sourced package for emulating neutral-atom quantum computers, and how to deploy it via Amazon HPC resources.
Quantum World Congress
November 29 to December 1, 2022
Washington, D.C.
Quantum World Congress is the first-ever gathering of its kind – connecting the world’s quantum ecosystem, including the brightest researchers, innovators, technology developers, legislators, and industry experts – to accelerate the value of the growing quantum industry. Join us in D.C. to learn about our latest products, including Aquila, the neutral-atom quantum computer. And don't miss our panel Quantum Computing: State of the Domain.
December 6 to 8, 2022
Santa Clara Convention Center, California
Q2B is excited to be back for the sixth year in a row, to connect the international quantum community computing ecosystems! We will be featuring top academics, industry end users, government representatives and quantum computing vendors from all over the world. Meet us in the Silicon Valley for this event focused on Practical Quantum Computing. Don't miss our presentation "End-to-end solutions with neutral-atom quantum computing." More details to follow!