Advanced Quantum Technologies for Trapped Ions (AQTTI)

 Okinawa, Japan,  21-24 September 2024

Trapped ions have been a tremendously successful platform for quantum computing, simulation and metrology. Novel aspects of ion traps and related technologies are still actively explored around the world to advance this celebrated platform even further. This workshop aims to bring leading experts on various ion-related topics to discuss recent developments, share ideas, make future collaboration and also have a fun time together.

The topics include (but are not limited to)

  • Optical cavity integration
  • Microwave gates
  • Nanophotonics integration
  • Trap fabrication
  • Coherent phonon manipulation
  • Ion shuttling and QCCD
  • Atom-ion hybrid systems
  • Quantum error correction

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Important dates

  • TBD Deadline for application
  • TBD Deadline for registration
  • Friday, 20 September  Arrive to Okinawa  (check-in)
  • Saturday, 21 September Workshop starts in the morning
  • Tuesday 24 September Workshop ends in the afternoon and Departure (check out)



Code of Conduct

We are committed to making our workshops (workshop(s) organized by OIST, hereinafter “our workshop(s)”) an inclusive space for sharing ideas and knowledge. We will not tolerate disrespectful communication, discrimination, harassment, or bullying in any form. As such, all participants attending our workshops are required to comply with this Code of Conduct. To provide all participants the opportunity to benefit from our workshops, we at OIST are dedicated to a positive, safe and harassment-free experience. Harassment in any form is specifically prohibited.

What is Harassment?

Harassment involves continued antisocial or unreasonable actions that violate a reasonable person’s personal rights and/or dignity and cause mental suffering, and thus worsen the person’s environment or make him/her anxious about participation. Behavior that is acceptable to one person may not be acceptable to another, so we ask that you use discretion to be sure that respect is communicated. Harassment intended in a joking manner nevertheless constitutes unacceptable behavior. Speech that is not welcomed or that is personally offensive, whether it is based on gender, age, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, ethnicity, national origin, religion etc. will not be tolerated.

If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please bring this to the immediate attention of the organizers. If you wish to report an issue concerning the organizers, you can contact the Conference and Workshop Section directly and submit a confidential report by sending an email to or submitting a report through the webform. All complaints will be taken seriously and responded to by the Provost promptly. Confidentiality will be maintained to the extent that it does not compromise the rights of others. Individuals found in breach of this Code of Conduct will be dismissed from the workshop immediately. Retaliation for reporting harassment is also a violation of Code of Conduct, as is reporting an incident in bad faith.