TTI is taking part in this year’s SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation 2022 in Montréal, Québec, Canada from 17-22 July, presenting a range of cutting-edge technology products for space exploration, radio astronomy, quantum computing and scientific applications at the event.
It was a very successful few days at Satellite 2022 in Washington DC and really great to be back in person at this flagship event in the space and satellite business calendar.
The event sponsored by TTI will take place virtually from October 5th to October 8th. The WAO 2021 program will include contributed talks, as well as poster sessions and parallel discussions and plans to focus mainly on the effects that the pandemic has on the way Accelerators are run. Remote operation, teleworking and social distances are new concepts have changed the way we are now operating our accelerators.
The European Quantum Industry Consortium (QuIC) announced its successful kick-off with its General Assembly event held online on April 14, and TTI has the pleasure of being part of this initiative as an associate member. The QuIC advocates, promotes, and fosters the common interests of the European Quantum Industry towards all Quantum Technology stakeholders.