October 29-30, 2019   •   The Hague   •   Louwman Museum
The Future of
Quantum Computing,
Quantum Networking
and Quantum Sensors
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Inside Quantum Technology EUROPE
The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Communication and Quantum Sensors

Quantum technology is developing rapidly, from technology to use -cases to business development. Business people and Professionals in the field must keep track of all relevant information to make strategic choices.

Inside Quantum Technology Europe is a unique must-attend event that offers comprehensive insights into the commercial future of all areas of quantum technology, presenting both opportunities available today and future applications for businesses and government.

There are numerous conferences on the technical aspects of quantum technology, this summit is the first in Europe to focus on profits and losses as quantum technology becomes commercialized. Inside Quantum Technology Europe will be jointly organized by U.S. originator 3DR Holdings, which organized the highly successful Inside Quantum Technology conference in Boston early in 2019 and Netherlands-based QuTech, with the aim to open up communities and opportunities on both sides of the Atlantic.

The conference offers over 60 expert speakers from commercial, end-user, start-up, governmental and academic organizations. Attendees will learn about the latest quantum technology opportunities in areas such as financial services, aerospace, pharma and specialty chemical, healthcare, automotive and transportation, defense, government and R&D.

The conference will consist of two major tracks: one covering the Quantum Computing hardware and software sector industry, and one covering Quantum Communication and Cryptography. In addition, there will be sessions on the rapidly emerging business of quantum sensors, NISQ/algorithms and national programs and initiatives. Lastly, there will also be pre-conference workshops and QuTech lab tours.

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Here’s what to expect:

  • Learn how quantum computing will take decision making in business and research to new levels of effectiveness as quantum computing makes a profound impact on AI, machine learning and Blockchain. Which companies and research institutions will operate at the forefront of commercial quantum computing?
  • Learn how quantum communication is evolving, which strategies are pursued and which near-term steps are taken. Which carriers have developed advanced plans for the Quantum Internet and QKD and what new businesses are appearing in this space.
  • Hear about the future potential of quantum technology through several sessions presented by Inside Quantum Technology analysts, including up-to-date forecasts of penetration and revenue generation.
  • Obtain an improved understanding of the development of quantum sensor and NISQ technology, where it can expect to make money, and learn what products are expected to succeed in years to come.
  • Receive clarity on government policy initiatives, funding programs and networking efforts designed to promote quantum technology in North America, Europe and Asia.
  • Network with speakers and other attendees to exchange experiences and conduct business.
Quantum Technology Venture Capital

Credits: Nature Analysis, including data from Quantum Computing Report, Boston Consulting Group, Pitchbook And Crunchbase

About the Event

Quantum Computing Hardware And Software

Specifically:

  • Hardware
  • Software
  • Clouds
  • Annealers

Quantum Computing Applications

Specifically:

  • Drug and Material Design
  • Financial Services
  • Ai and Machine Learning
  • Simulation

Quantum Encryption And Quantum Networking

Specifically:

  • Key Distribution
  • Post-Quantum Cryptography
  • Networking
  • National Policy Issues

Quantum
Components

Specifically:

  • Sensors
  • Memories
  • Repeaters
Encryption
Sensors
Materials
Networking
Fintech
R&D
Defense
Aerospace
Machine Learning
Artificial Intelligence
Transportation
Healthcare
Venture Capital
Speakers
1Prince Constantijn
Special Envoy to the Netherlands

Introductory speech
9:30 AM October 29

Marc
Keysight Technologies - General Manager - Quantum Engineering Solutions

Panel: Quantum Control Opportunities
2:30 PM October 29

Carlos
Quside - CEO

Panel: Current QKD and QRNG systems
10:15 AM October 30

Emile
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) - Member Relations and Partnerships

Panel: How will quantum change the current internet industry?
2:30 PM October 30

Jaya
Singularity University - Faculty Member: Cybersecurity

Panel: Future Capabilities of Quantum Networks
4:15 PM October 30

Kiran
ProtectBox - CEO

Talk: Blockchain and the quantum threat
12:15 PM October 29

Paolo
Airbus

User Panel: Transport and Logistics
3:00 PM October 29

Kai
University of Birmingham - Director of the UK National Quantum Technology Hub in Sensors and Metrology

Fireside chat: A survey of quantum sensors
10:15 AM October 30

Dr. Thierry
Airbus - Head of Airbus Blue Sky

Panel: Future Capabilities of Quantum Networks
4:15 PM October 30

Philippe
CNRS - Research Director CNRS

Panel: A survey of quantum sensors
10:15 AM October 30

Robert
University of Pennsylvania - Visiting Scholar

Panel: How will quantum change the current internet industry?
2:30 PM October 30

Benno
Qu & Co - Founder and CEO

Panel: Applications software for quantum computers
4:15 PM October 30

Joseph
Vice President Strategy and Applied Sciences Department Head, SRI International, and Executive Director and Governing Board Chairman, The Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C)

Quantum policy in the United States
4:00 PM October 29

Harry
QuSoft - Executive Director

Panel: New directions for quantum computing architectures and algorithms
3:00 PM October 30

Niels
Qblox - CEO

Panel: Quantum chips, quantum memory and quantum materials
4 PM October 29

Rachele
L3Harris Technologies - Principal Investigator

Panel: A survey of quantum sensors
10:15 AM October 30

Andy
Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre - Lecturer in Deep Science Enterprise Development

Panel Cluster/Hub growth in Quantum
12:15 PM October 30

Dr Florian
Cambridge Quantum Computing - Head of Quantum Cryptography

Panel: How will quantum change the current internet industry?
2:30 PM October 30

Hugues
ICFO - Professor

In depth session: Important scientific developments
11:45 AM October 30

Jeff
Senior Analyst - Inside Quantum Technology

Market forecast of QKD and quantum networks
4:00 PM October 30

Martijn
ABN AMRO Bank - Chief Information Security Officer and Managing Director

Quantum computing in the banking and financial services sector
12:15 PM October 29

Kees
QuTech, Delft University of Technology - Business Development Director

Summing up the conference
5:00 PM October 30

Roberta
Blackhorse Solutions - Director of Advanced Cryptography

Panel: How will PQC impact the encryption industry
11:45 AM October 29

Doug
Consulting Analyst, Inside Quantum Technology and Managing Editor, Quantum Computing Report

Market forecasts of PQC
12:45 PM October 29

Lawrence
President - Inside Quantum Technology

Market forecast for quantum computers (IQT)
3:00 PM October 29

Evert
NQIT University of Oxford - Co-Director User Engagement

Quantum computing in government, defense and aersospace
12:45 PM October 29

David
Bluefors - Chief Sales Officer|Principal Scientist

Panel: Cluster/Hub growth in Quantum
12:15 PM October 30

Dr. Harald
European Space Agency (ESA) - ARTES ScyLight Programme Manager

Panel: Panel: Early Stage Quantum Network
12:15 PM October 30

Freeke
Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, QuTech - Special advisor, Director Strategic Development

Panel Cluster/Hub growth in Quantum
12:15 PM October 30

Dr Michael
Q-Ctrl - Lead Quantum Control Engineer

Panel: New directions for quantum computing architectures
3:00 PM October 30

Sylwia
QuantERA ERA-NET Cofund in Quantum Technologies - Programme Coordinator

Talk: European Quantum Technology Policies
2:30 PM October 29

Witold
Zapata Computing - Director of European Business Development

User panel 2: Quantum computing in the banking and financial services sector
12:15 PM October 29

Markus
Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Head Joint Lab Integrated Quantum Sensors

Panel: A survey of quantum sensor
10:15 AM October 30

Carlos
BBVA - Chief R&D and Technology Officer - New digital business

User panel 2: Quantum computing in the banking and financial services sector
12:15 PM October 29

Daan
Delft Circuits - COO & Co Founder

Panel: Quantum chips, quantum memory and quantum materials
4:00 PM October 29

Dr. Tanja
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven - Full Professor

PQC schemes and standards
10:45 AM October 29

Laure
SAP Research & Innovation Research Project Director

Panel: End users: the software perspective
12:45 PM October 29

Pascal
European Commission - Deputy Head of Unit HPC and Quantum technologies

International quantum technology policies
2:30 PM October 29

Charles
Villum Kann Rasmussen Professor, Niels Bohr Institute and Scientific Director, Microsoft Quantum Lab - Copenhagen

Building the case for quantum technology
9:45 AM October 29

Andy
D-Wave - European Sales Director

Fireside chat: Quantum cloud services
10:45 AM October 29

Mark
IBM - IBM Q Europe Ambassador

Panel: IBM's Commercialization Roadmap
10:15 AM October 29

Dr. Jane
Quintessence Labs - VP of Strategic Business Development

Panel: Current QKD and QRNG systems
10:15 AM October 30

Tracy
University of Innsbruck - Professor

Panel: In depth session: Important scientific developments
11:45 AM October 30

Wil
Bra-Ket Science - Founder and CEO

Panel: How will PQC impact the encryption industry
11:45 AM October 29

Marco
Rigetti Computing - Quantum Applications Program Manager

Panel: End users: the software perspective
12:45 PM October 29

Chris
CEO - BraneCell

Panel: Quantum chips, quantum memory and quantum materials
4:00 PM October 29

Sinisha
Managing Director, EMEA - ISARA

Fireside chat: Evolution of PQC
10:15 AM October 29

Douglas
University of Glasgow Title -EPSRC Quantum Technology Established Research Fellow

Panel: Quantum radar and quantum lidar
11:45 AM October 30

Olivier
ID Quantique - Head of Finance and Critical Infrastructure Markets

Panel: Current QKD and QRNG systems
10:15 AM October 30

Jose
EPIC (European Photonics Industry Consortium) - Director of technology and Innovation

Building the quantum community
4:30 PM October 29

Jesse
AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet eXchange) Chief Commercial Officer

Panel: How will quantum change the current internet industry ?
2:30 PM October 30

Fabio
QC Ware - Product Manager

Panel: Applications software for quantum computers
4:15 PM October 30

Corey
White House, Executive Office of the President - Industrial Liaison, National Quantum Coordination Office, Office of Science and Technology Policy

Talk: European quantum technology policies
2:30 PM October 29

Andrew
ID Quantique - Business Development Manager, Single Photon Systems

Panel: Quantum radar and quantum lidar
11:45 AM October 30

Jürgen
TOPTICA Photonics AG - Vice President Quantum Technologies

Panel: Early Stage Quantum Networks
12:15 PM October 30

Wolfgang
QuTech Delft - Professor

Panel: Current QKD and QRNG systems
10:15 AM October 30

Matthias
Thales Alenia Space - Director, Telecommunication and Navigation Systems R&D

Panel: Early Stage Quantum Networks
12:15 PM October 30

Dr. Pieter
Delft University of Technology - Associate Professor

Panel: Future Capabilities of Quantum Networks
4:15 PM October 30

Richard
TNO - Principal Scientist/Systems Engineer

Panel: Operating systems for quantum computers
4:00 PM October 30

Stephanie
QuTech, Delft University of Technology - Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Professor, Roadmap Leader Quantum Internet and Networked Computing

Keynote: Vision on a Global Quantum Internet
9:45 AM October 30

1
Strangeworks - Founder and CEO

Fireside chat: The evolution of quantum computing software
2:30 PM October 30

Schedule
October 29th, 2019
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8:00 am
Registration
9:30 am
Introductory speech

Speaker: Prince Constantijn Van Oranje — Special Envoy to the Netherlands

9:45 am
Keynote: Building the case for quantum technology

Speaker: Charles Marcus — Villum Kann Rasmussen Professor, Niels Bohr Institute and Scientific Director, Microsoft Quantum Lab - Copenhagen

QUANTUM COMPUTING
POST-QUANTUM CRYPTOGRAPHY
10:15 am
IBM's Commercialization Roadmap

Speaker: Mark Mattingley — IBM - IBM Q Europe Ambassador

10:15 am
Fireside chat: Evolution of PQC

Speaker: Sinisha Patkovic — Managing Director, EMEA - ISARA

10:45 am
Fireside chat: Quantum cloud services

Speaker: Andy Mason — D-Wave - European Sales Director

10:45 am
PQC schemes and standards

Speaker: Tanja Lange — Technische Universiteit Eindhoven - Full Professor

11:15 am
Coffee break
QUANTUM COMPUTING
POST-QUANTUM CRYPTOGRAPHY
11:45 am
Quantum computing for chemical and pharmaceuticals
11:45 am
Panel: How will PQC impact the encryption industry

Speaker: Wil Oxford — Bra-Ket Science - Founder and CEO

Speaker: Roberta Faux — Blackhorse Solutions - Director of Advanced Cryptography

12:00 pm
User panel: Quantum computing in the banking and financial services sector

Speaker: Martijn Dekker — ABN AMRO Bank - Chief Information Security Officer and Managing Director

Speaker: Witold Kowalczyk — Zapata Computing - Director of European Business Development

Speaker: Carlos Kuchkovsky Jimenez — BBVA - Chief R&D and Technology Officer - New digital business

12:25 pm
Talk: Blockchain and the quantum threat

Speaker: Kiran Bhagotra — ProtectBox - CEO

12:45 pm
End users: the software perspective

Speaker: Laure Le Bars — SAP Research & Innovation Research Project Director

Speaker: Marco Paini — Rigetti Computing - Quantum Applications Program Manager

12:50 pm
Talk: Market forecasts of PQC

Speaker: Doug Finke — Consulting Analyst, Inside Quantum Technology and Managing Editor, Quantum Computing Report

1:15 pm
Lunch
QUANTUM COMPUTING
REGULATION AND GOVERNMENT POLICY
2:30 pm
Quantum Control Opportunities

Speaker: Marc Almendros — Keysight Technologies - General Manager - Quantum Engineering Solutions

2:30 pm
International quantum technology policies

Speaker: Evert Geurtsen — NQIT University of Oxford - Co-Director User Engagement

Speaker: Pascal Maillot — European Commission - Deputy Head of Unit HPC and Quantum technologies

Speaker: Sylwia Kostka — QuantERA ERA-NET Cofund in Quantum Technologies - Programme Coordinator

Speaker: Corey Stambaugh, PhD — White House, Executive Office of the President - Industrial Liaison, National Quantum Coordination Office, Office of Science and Technology Policy

3:00 pm
User Panel: Transport and Logistics

Speaker: Paolo Bianco - Airbus

3:15 pm
Market forecast for quantum computers (IQT)

Speaker: Lawrence Gasman — Inside Quantum Technology - President

3:30 pm
Coffee break
QUANTUM COMPUTING
QUANTUM INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS
4:00 pm
Panel: Quantum chips, quantum memory and quantum materials

Speaker: Chris Papile — CEO - Brane Cell

Speaker: Niels Bultink — Qblox - CEO

Speaker: Daan Kuitenbrouwer — Delft Circuits - COO & Co Founder

4:00 pm
Panel: Quantum policy in the United States

Speaker: Joe Broz — Quantum Economic Development Consortium

4:30 pm
Building The Quantum Community

Speaker: Jose Pozo — EPIC (European Photonics Industry Consortium) - Director of technology and Innovation

5:00 pm
Museum tour / Visit exhibitors
5:30 pm
Network drinks at Museum square
7:00 pm
End of day
October 30th, 2019
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8:00 am
Registration
9:15 am
Keynote: European quantum technology projects

Speaker: Tomasso Calarco — Director, Institute for Quantum Control, Research Center Jülich & Chair, EU Quantum Community Network

9:45 am
Keynote: Vision on a Global Quantum Internet

Speaker: Stephanie Wehner — QuTech, Delft University of Technology - Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Professor, Roadmap Leader Quantum Internet and Networked Computing

QUANTUM SENSORS
QUANTUM INTERNET and QKD
10:15 am
Panel: A survey of quantum sensors

Speaker: Kai Bongs — University of Birmingham - Director of the UK National Quantum Technology Hub in Sensors and Metrology

Speaker: Philippe Bouyer — CNRS - Research Director CNRS

Speaker: Markus Krutzik — Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Head Joint Lab Integrated Quantum Sensors

Speaker: Rachele Cocks — L3Harris Technologies - Principal Investigator

10:15 am
Panel: Current QKD and QRNG systems

Speaker: Olivier Pfeiffer — ID Quantique - Head of Finance and Critical Infrastructure Markets

Speaker: Wolfgang Tittel — QuTech Delft - Professor

Speaker: Carlos Abellan — QuSide - Co-founder and Chief Executive

Speaker: Jane Melia — Quintessence Labs - VP of Strategic Business Development

11:00 am
Talk: Atomic clocks and navigation

Speaker: Jürgen Stuhler — TOPTICA Photonics AG - Vice President Quantum Technologies

11:15 pm
Coffee break
QUANTUM SENSORS
QUANTUM INTERNET and QKD
11:45 am
Panel: Quantum radar and quantum lidar

Speaker: Douglas Paul — University of Glasgow Title -EPSRC Quantum Technology Established Research Fellow

Speaker: Andrew Strong — ID Quantique - Business Development Manager, Single Photon Systems

11:45 am
In depth session: Important scientific developments

Speaker: Tracy Northup — University of Innsbruck - Professor

Speaker: Hugues de Riedmatten — ICFO - Professor

12:15 pm
Panel Cluster/Hub growth in Quantum

Speaker: Andy Collins — Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre - Lecturer in Deep Science Enterprise Development

Speaker: Freeke Heijman — Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, QuTech - Special advisor, Director Strategic Development

Speaker: David Gunnarsson — Bluefors - Chief Sales Officer|Principal Scientist

12:15 pm
Panel: Early Stage Quantum Networks

Speaker: Harald Hauschildt — European Space Agency (ESA) - ARTES ScyLight Programme Manager

Speaker: Pascal Maillot — European Commission - Deputy Head of Unit HPC and Quantum technologies

Speaker: Matthias van den Bossche — Thales Alenia Space - Director, Telecommunication and Navigation Systems R&D

Speaker: Jürgen Stuhler — TOPTICA Photonics AG - Vice President Quantum Technologies

1:15 pm
Lunch
QUANTUM COMPUTING SOFTWARE AND ALGORITHMS
QUANTUM INTERNET and QKD
2:30 pm
Fireside chat: The evolution of quantum computing software

Speaker: whurley — Strangeworks - Founder and CEO

2:30 pm
Panel: How will quantum change the current internet industry ?

Speaker: Jesse Robers — AMS-ix

Speaker: Emile Armour-Heselton — International Telecommunication Union (ITU) - Member Relations and Partnerships

Speaker: Robert Broberg — University of Pennsylvania - Visiting Scholar

Speaker: Florian Curchod — Cambridge Quantum Computing - Head of Quantum Cryptography

3:00 pm
Panel: New directions for quantum computing architectures and algorithms

Speaker: Michael Hush Q-Ctrl - Lead Quantum Control Engineer

Speaker: Harry Buhrman — QuSoft - Executive Director

3:30 pm
Coffee break
QUANTUM COMPUTING SOFTWARE AND ALGORITHMS
QUANTUM INTERNET and QKD
4:00 pm
Operating systems for quantum computers

Speaker: Richard Versluis — TNO - Principal Scientist/Systems Engineer

4:00 pm
Market forecast of QKD and quantum networks

Speaker: Jeff DeBord — Senior Analyst - Inside Quantum Technology

4:15 pm
Panel: Applications software for quantum computers

Speaker: Fabio Sanches — QC Ware - Product Manager

Speaker: Benno Broer — Qu & Co - Founder and CEO

4:15 pm
Panel: Future Capabilities of Quantum Networks

Speaker: Thierry Botter — Airbus - Head of Airbus Blue Sky

Speaker: Pieter Vermaas — Delft University of Technology - Associate Professor

Speaker: Jaya Baloo — Singularity University - Faculty Member: Cybersecurity

5:00 pm
Summing Up the Conference

Speaker: Lawrence Gasman — President - Inside Quantum Technology

Speaker: Kees Eijkel - QuTech, Delft University of Technology - Business Development Director

Exhibitors

(to date)

Sponsors

Coffee Sponsor, 30 Oct

Breakfast Sponsor, Oct 29

Networking/Cocktail Sponsor, Oct 29

Media Sponsors
Sponsor and Exhibit

For Additional Information

Marilyn Reed

[email protected]

Phone (USA):
(781) 254–1062

Gold Sponsorship
(1 available)
€25,000
  • 15 Complimentary Conference tickets
  • Up to 12 linear meters of exhibit space (Space contains tables, chairs, wastebasket, and an electrical outlet.)
  • Screen projection loop of company name/logo between session in main conference room
  • Dedicated PR
  • Dedicated social media promotion
  • One lead generation email outreach to attendees
  • A corporate item in the attendee bag (other than a lanyard)

Your logo on:

  • Inside Quantum Technology Europe home page
  • On event banners
  • Conference program along with company description
Silver Sponsorship
(1 available)
€10,000
  • 10 Complimentary Conference tickets
  • Up to 6 linear meters of exhibit space (Space contains tables, chairs, wastebasket, and an electrical outlet.)
  • Dedicated PR
  • Dedicated social media promotion
  • A corporate item in the attendee bag (other than a lanyard)

Your logo on:

  • Inside Quantum Technology Europe home page
  • On event banners
  • Conference program along with company description
Exhibit Space
Standard Table Top Space
€3,000
  • 3 Complimentary Conference tickets
  • 3 linear meters of exhibit space (Space contains tables, chairs, wastebasket, and an electrical outlet.)

Your logo on:

  • On conference home page
  • Onsite conference program along with company description
Sponsorship

For Additional Information

Europe

Marja Plas

[email protected]

Phone:
+31 15 278 9592

USA/Asia-Pacific

Marilyn Reed

[email protected]

Phone (USA):
(781) 254–1062

Venue-Hotels
Conference Venue: Louwman Museum

The Louwman Museum is home to the world’s oldest private collection of motor cars, compiled by two generations of the Louwman family. The museum dates back to 1934 and now comprises over two hundred and fifty antique and classic motor cars. Experts regard the collection as one of the most beautiful in the World. The museum exudes passion. Each car has its own story to tell, its own contribution to history. The motor car is a mirror of culture.

The collection is housed in a purpose-built museum in The Hague, the city where P.W. Louwman established his Dodge and Chrysler import company. The building, designed by American architect Michael Graves, blends in sympathetically with its historic surroundings. The landscape gardens, designed by Lodewijk Baljon, complement the architecture of the building.

Louwman Museum

Leidsestraatweg 57
2594 BB Den Haag

+31(0)70 304 7373

www.louwmanmuseum.nl

Traveling to Louwman Museum
Traveling By Air

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is Holland’s largest airport and one of the most modern airports in Europe. There are direct connections to 95 countries.

  • Taxi: there are taxis at the airport exits
  • Bus: the bus station is just opposite the arrivals building
  • Train: there is a train station located underneath Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The travel time to The Hague Central is only 30 minutes
  • Rental Car: you can rent any car at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

 

Rotterdam The Hague Airport is centrally situated in Holland. Flights from a large number of European cities, including London, Rome, Madrid and Barcelona, arrive daily at Rotterdam The Hague Airport. You can reach The Hague within 30 minutes.

  • Taxi: there are taxis located right next to the airport building
  • Bus: the bus stops right next to the departure hall
  • Metro: Bus 33 in combination with RandstadRail subway line E goes to The Hague Central Station

Traveling By Train

The train is a great way to get around in the Netherlands as it can be busy on the road. Its extensive network covers a large area and is the fastest way to travel between the cities and larger towns. The nearest train station from/to Louwman Museum is The Hague Central. Travel time from/to The Hague Central Station is only 11 minutes.

The name of the bus stop is Louwman Museum. Buses 90, 385 and 386 stop here. The bus stop is in front of the Louwman Museum.

Plan your journey on www.9292.nl/en or download the app "9292". This will give you the optimal journey combining trains, busses, metros and trams.

Traveling by Car from Amsterdam

On the A4 take the A44 in the direction of ‘Leiden-West/Den Haag centrum’. The A44 becomes the N44, continue in the direction of Wassenaar-Zuid/Den Haag. Continue on the N44. The road passes under the N14. Turn left at the first set of traffic lights (800 m) and left again immediately after the lights. You are now on the Louwman Museum access road.

Traveling by Car from Rotterdam

On the A13 follow the signs to Den Haag. Take exit E30 in the direction of Den Haag/Utrecht. Follow the signs in the direction of Voorburg/Den Haag/A12 and join the A12. At the traffic lights at the end of the A12 turn right onto the Benoordenhoutseweg/N44. Continue on the N44 to the Duindigt junction and leave the N44. Take the exit before you get to the traffic lights. Turn right into the Louwman Museum access road.

Conference Hotel

Conference hotel Grand Winston offers a free bus service from the hotel to Louwman Museum in the morning and from Louwman Museum to the conference hotel Grand Winston in the afternoon.

Best Western Plus Grand Winston

Generaal Eisenhowerplein 1
2288 AE Rijswijk

+31(0)70 414 1505

www.plazahotels.nl

Booking via [email protected] with number 889

Additional Local Hotels

The additional local hotels do not offer a free bus service to and from Louwman Museum.

Novotel Den Haag City Centre

Hofweg 5-7
2511 AA Den Haag

+31(0)70 203 9003

www.accorhotels.com

Booking link

ibis Den Haag City Centre

Jan Hendrikstraat 10
2512 GL Den Haag

+31(0)70 203 9001

www.accorhotels.com

Booking link

Mercure Hotel Den Haag Central

Spui 180
2511 BW Den Haag

+31(0)70 203 900

www.accorhotels.com

Booking link

Hampshire

Koepoortplaats 3
2612 RR Delft

+31(0)15 212 2125

[email protected]

www.hoteldelftcentre.nl

Booking via phone
or mail with code IQT2019

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