News Release

International Symposium 2023 for Moonshot Goal 6: Realization of a fault-tolerant universal quantum computer on July18-20

Meeting Announcement

Japan Science and Technology Agency

The Moonshot Research and Development Program launched by the Cabinet Office of Japan promotes high-risk, high-impact R&D aiming to achieve ambitious Moonshot Goals and solve issues facing future society such as super-aging populations and global warming. Moonshot Goal 6 aims to realize “a fault-tolerant universal quantum computer that will revolutionize economy, industry, and security by 2050”. R&D focuses on quantum computer hardware, quantum communication network, fault-tolerant theory and system, etc.

This symposium will showcase Moonshot Goals 6 R&D and achievements to a variety of stakeholders around the world, including universities, research institutions and companies who may be interested in collaboration.

Please join us as we explore exciting opportunities for joint research.


Date & Time:

July 18, 2023   9:30-16:30 (Japan Standard Time (JST), UTC+9)

July 19, 2023   9:30-17:45 (JST, UTC+9)

July 20, 2023   9:30-15:45 (JST, UTC+9)

Venue: Akasaka Intercity Conference and Webinar


Registration deadline: Friday, July 14th

Host: Japan Science and Technology Agency

Language: English


July 18 (Tue)   Opening remarks

Session 1: Fault Tolerant

Session 2: Neutral Atom

July 19 (Wed)  Session 3: Superconducting

Session 4: Trapped Ion

Session 5: Quantum Communication and Network

July 20 (Thu)   Session 6: Photon

Session 7: Semiconductor

Details of the symposium can be found at the official website.

Official website:

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