MIT Press Release:

MIT Hosting Quantum Computing Toga Party


      Room 26-100, MITó Party, party! MIT is throwing a quantum computing toga party/conference on July 22-26, 2002. Don't miss it!
 

The Qcomp Onion

The Qcomp Onion

Tamagawa University

Army Research Office
Tamagawa University Army Research Office
National Security Agency Advanced Research and Development Activity
National Security Agency Advanced Research and Development Activity
Research Laboratory of Electronics The Cambridge-MIT Institute
Research Laboratory of Electronics at MIT Cambridge-MIT Institute
The MITRE Corporation MagiQ Technologies, Inc.
The MITRE Corporation MagiQ Technologies, Inc.
Communications Research Laboratory  
Communications Research Laboratory  

Our conference web page showed 3 sponsors a few months ago, but now that number is up to 9! There is no telling how many sponsors we will have by July 22-26, And, oh my goodness, each sponsor has their own icon on the conference web page. You too can be a sponsor (if you have the right friends, wink, wink).

All speakers will wear togas while lecturing, so as to look really erudite, like Socrates!

Our 9 sponsors jointly receive tens of millions of dollars yearly from Uncle Sam to do research. Thanks Uncle Sam! To express their gratitude, the sponsors are, for a LIMITED TIME ONLY, offering the following greatly discounted attendance fees:

Early Fee $250.00

Late Fee $325.00

Wow, what a bargain! Tell your friends!

(*un-important footnote* Registration fees do NOT include a copy of the published proceedings. All seminars will be held at MIT classrooms. Sorry, but what did you expect to receive from MIT for a paltry $325? An MIT education, perhaps? Our costs for a conference venue are minimal. And our secretary does all the work, for free, for her usual salary. But, hey, we have other costs (like, for example, wink, wink, innocently bestowing favors on government officials to persuade them to fund our bogus research) )