The first Benasque Summer School on Experimental Quantum Computation took place from July 10th-July21st. It was a great success of participation. A young generation of experimentalists and theorists met with experts in the world of several of the most advanced areas to implement quantum computation:
Superconducting qubits (Rami Barends, Google)
Quantum dots in semiconductors (Hendrik Bluhm, Aachen)
Ion traps (Philipp Schindler, Innsbruck)
Photonic circuits (Geoff Pryde, Grittifh University)
Donors in silicon (John Morton, University College London)
Adiabatic Quantum Computation and online quantum computers (Alejandro Perdomo-Ortiz, Rigetti Computing)
Theory of Quantum Computation (José Ignacio Latorre, BSC-UB).