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From: Julien Ross <Neil.JR.Ross@Dal.Ca>
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Subject: PLanQC 2022: Final call for submissions and student travel support
Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2022 09:29:29 +0000	[thread overview]
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PLanQC 2022: Programming Languages for Quantum Computing

Final Call for Submissions & Student Travel Support

We invite members of the programming languages and quantum computing communities to submit talk proposals for the 3rd International Workshop on Programming Languages for Quantum Computing (PLanQC 2022), co-located this September with ICFP in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

PLanQC aims to bring together researchers from the fields of programming languages and quantum information, exposing the programming languages community to the unique challenges of programming quantum computers. It will promote the development of tools to assist in the process of programming quantum  computers, as they exist today and as they are likely to exist in the near  to distant future.

Submissions to PLanQC should take the form of 2-5 page abstracts (single-column, 11pt acmsmall style, not including references), with links to larger preprints when appropriate. Work in progress is welcome. We hope to make PLanQC maximally accessible to the programming languages community. Thus, abstracts should cover cutting edge ideas and results, but not be opaque to new, potential entrants to quantum computing coming from programing languages. Abstracts will be reviewed for quality and relevance to the workshop, and  accepted authors will be invited to give talks or poster presentations. We  will not be publishing formal proceedings, but the extended abstracts, along with links (where available) to full papers will be posted to the website of the workshop.

Invited speakers:

   • Dominique Unruh, University of Tartu
   • Charles Yuan, MIT

Workshop topics include (but are not limited to):

   • High-level quantum programming languages
   • Verification tools for quantum programs
   • Novel quantum programming abstractions
   • Quantum circuit and program optimizations
   • Hardware-aware circuit compilation and routing
   • Error handling, mitigation, and correction
   • Instruction sets for quantum hardware
   • Other techniques from traditional programming languages (e.g., types,  compilation/optimization, foreign function interfaces) applied to the domain of quantum computation.

Student support:

Limited travel support is available to students wishing to attend PLanQC. Further information and can be found on the workshop website:

Important dates:

   • Submission deadline 20 June 2022 (anywhere on earth)
   • Notification 1 August 2022
   • Workshop 15 September 2022

Important links:

   • Website:
   • Submission:

Program Committee:

Matthew Amy, Simon Fraser University
Robert Booth, The University of Edinburgh
Olivia Di Matteo, University of British Columbia
Yufei Ding, UC Santa Barbara
Ross Duncan, Cambridge Quantum Computing Ltd
Peng (Frank) Fu, Dalhousie University
Kesha Hietala, University of Maryland
Kohei Kishida, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Aleks Kissinger, University of Oxford
Bert Lindenhovius, Tulane University
Robert Rand, University of Chicago
Mathys Rennela, Inria
Neil Julien Ross (chair), Dalhousie University
Sam Staton, University of Oxford
Mathias Soeken, Microsoft
Dominique Unruh, University of Tartu
Benoît Valiron, Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, CentraleSupélec, LMF
Vladimir Zamdzhiev, Inria, LORIA, Université de Lorraine

Organizing Committee:

Matt Amy, Simon Fraser University
Ross Duncan, Cambridge Quantum Computing
Robert Rand, University of Chicago
Neil Julien Ross, Dalhousie University

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