Physics and Astronomy

ICAP2024 Satellite

Monday the 22nd to Wednesday the 24th of July
Hosted in Brighton by the University of Sussex

An ICAP2024 Satellite Workshop on trapped ion quantum computing, quantum error correction and applications

 The workshop is a satellite meeting of "ICAP 2024, The 28th International Conference on Atomic Physics"

The registration deadline for this event will be midnight on Monday the 24th of June!

Aim of the Workshop

 ICAP2024 Workshop Programme Schedule

Confirmed invited speakers include:

Michael Bremner                       University of Technology Sydney

Earl Campbell                            Riverlane

Craig Clark                                 Georgia Tech Research Institute

Javier Gonzalez-Conde             Universidad del Pais Vasco

Steven Herbert                           University of Cambridge

David Hucul                                Air Force Research Laboratory

Raphael Le Brun-Ricalens        University of Sussex

Norbert Linke                             Duke University

Christian Ospelkaus                  Leibniz Universitat Hannover

Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler          Johannes Gutenberg-Universitat Mainz

Tom Stace                                   University of Queensland

Armands Strikis                         University College London

Graham Stutter                          University of Sussex

Tyler Sutherland                        Oxford Ionics

Michael Vasmer                         Perimeter Institute

Mark Webber                             Universal Quantum

Christof Wunderlich                  Universitat Siegen

This list will be updated on a rolling basis as speakers are confirmed.


The meeting will be hosted by the University of Sussex, and held in the vibrant seaside city of Brighton. On the south coast of England and surrounded by the rolling green hills of the South Downs National park. Brighton is famous for it's sense of inclusivity and diversity, with a blend of modern culture and exotic architecture.

The workshop base will at Leonardo Royal Brighton Waterfront Hotel a Brighton city venue with a visit to the University campus and laboratory tours on Tuesday afternoon.


Please use this link to our partners at Visit Brighton which will provide you with a range of accommodation options at various price points. 

If you wish to stay at the workshop venue, this is Leonardo Royal Brighton Waterfront Hotel and is available to book on the above link at a reduced delegate rate. This rate is only available until the 21st of June 28 days in advance of the workshop therefore we would encourage early booking.

Our partners at Visit Brighton have also provided a delegate pass  which contains discounts for various attractions, restaurants and shops whilst you are visiting Brighton should you wish to use it.

Accommodation near to Brighton train station is practical as there are excellent train links to London and Gatwick airport. If you are looking for sea views then Brighton seafront would be a great option. If you are looking for somewhere quirky and full of character, the Lanes area and Kemp Town would be good. If you are looking for a quiet stay; try Hove or Lewes.


We encourage attendees to submit an abstract for a poster presentation. A small number of exceptional abstracts will be selected as "hot-topic" talks.


Registration form 


Please consider your visa situation and whether you need a letter of invitation and also whether there could be visa issues on your return journey home. 

There is a UK website that may help you determine whether you need a visa:


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Sinead Rance, School of Maths & Physics, University of Sussex, Room 3A20, Pevensey II Building, Brighton, BN1 9QH, UK



Organising Committee

Professor Winfried Hensinger

Professor Matthias Keller

Professor Sebastian Weidt

Samuel Hile

Martin Siegele

Pedro Taylor-Burdett