Core Objectives

This initiative aims to create a robust platform for the purpose of engaging in dynamic discourse surrounding challenges within the domain of quantum error correction (QEC). The overarching objective is to facilitate comprehensive comprehension of quantum error correction principles, particularly in the context of fault-tolerant quantum computing (FTQC). This objective is pursued through the organization of workshops, seminars, and specialized sessions, all designed to impart fundamental insights into QEC. Complementary to these educational components are presentations by esteemed speakers actively involved in QEC research. The initiative endeavors to cultivate in-depth discussions pertaining to both foundational and practical challenges in QEC, while simultaneously providing a forum for the exploration and examination of the latest advancements in the field.

Seminars & Workshops

International Symposium on Topics in Coding ISTC 2023, Brest France, September 2023 (Technical Program Chair) – two Special Sessions on Quantum Error Correction (from the quantum physics and coding theory perspectives).

Dagstuhl Seminar: Classical-Quantum Synergies in the Theory and Practice of Quantum Error Correction (Organizer), Wadern, Germany May 2024.

International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT 2024), 2024 Quantum Information Knowledge (QuIK) Workshop (Organizer), Athens, Greece, July 2024.

Information Theory Worhsop (ITW 2026) (General Chair), Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 2026.