The format will be a mixture of invited and contributed talks together with plenty of discussion. Check out the program here.
Registration is closed.
The industry sessions will start on the afternoon of Tuesday, August 7 and run until midday on Wednesday, August 8. This part of the workshop will be devoted to “Future Quantum Industries” with invited participants from government and commercial sectors, including finance, defence, telecommunications, startups, and other relevant industries.
Three dates to keep in mind!
The recommended accommodation is Peppers Blue on Blue Resort.
To receive a discount on accommodation, you must call or email directly. Mention "Island Physics" in the email subject line or when calling to receive a discount on the room rate. Click here for accommodation rates.
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The conference will be held at Peppers resort on Magnetic Island.
To get to Magnetic Island fly to Townsville Airport.
Townsville Airport is a short 10km drive to the Breakwater Ferry Terminal. Taxis meet all arrivals and departures. The taxi costs app $22 to get to Ferry Terminal. A shuttle bus service also operates from the airport to major hotels and the Breakwater Ferry Terminal, and costs around $10 - $12 per person.
From there it's a short ferry ride to the island via a 20 minute passenger ferry ride.
The conference venue - Peppers Blue on Blue Resort - is a three minute walk (250m) from the ferry terminal.
Registration includes morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea for full conference days as well as a networking dinner. Please see the program for all included meals, times, and locations.
Earlybird registration (ends May 4)
Student - $200
Full - $400
Normal registration (ends July 15)
Student - $250
Full - $450
You are invited to submit an abstract for a contributed talk or poster. To submit an abstract, please follow this link. The deadline for abstract submission is April 27.
Select contributed posters will have the opportunity to present a "lightning talk" with a brief five minute presentation with a single slide highlighting your work.
The Island Physics organising committee is comprised of: