The conference will bring together the European and international ion trapping communities and will cover topics in quantum computing and quantum simulations, quantum networks, precision measurements and optical clocks, molecular ions and atom-ion mixtures, non-neutral plasmas, novel approaches, and more.
The European Conference on Trapped Ions (ECTI 2021) will be held as a hybrid event on November 22-26, 2021.
Besides an all online attendance option, during this week it is planned to have in-person satellite meetings organized and held by the University of Mainz (on Thursday 25 November), by the University of Oxford (BrECTI, 21-22 November, see BrECTI website).
Recordings of the talks are available via NextCloud and will be removed on the 14th December. For access contact email@example.com.
The conference is co-organised by COST Action CA17113 - Trapped Ions: Progress in classical and quantum applications (TIPICQA).
Funded by the Horizon Europe Framework Programme of the European Union.