Welcome to the inaugural Quantum Thermodynamics Down Under (QTDU) conference!

QTDU2023 will be a 4-day in-person conference situated in Brisbane, Australia, and an opportunity for all of us to share our research and foster collaborations with fellow researchers in quantum thermodynamics within Australia and our region of the globe.

We are delighted to welcome our invited speakers:

Please visit our About page for more information about the conference, and the Location page for information about the venue/Brisbane and accommodation options. The preliminary conference programme is now available here.

Abstract submissions and registration are now closed.

We look forward to seeing you in Brisbane!

Important Dates

  • 30th Jun 2023: Abstract Submissions Close
  • 24th Jul 2023: Registration Opens
  • 6th Oct 2023: Registration Closes
  • 7th–10th Nov 2023: Conference Dates

Abstract submission and registration are now closed.

If you submitted an abstract but have not yet received an email from us, please check your spam folder, or ensure you can receive emails from our admin address: QTDUadmin@protonmail.com

If you have registered, you should have received an automatic confirmation email from the UQ payment portal.


Click the link above to view the compact form of the programme. Go to this page for titles of talks.

Both versions of the programme will be updated as further details are confirmed. An abstract booklet will also be forthcoming.

Location & Directions

The conference will be held at the University of Queensland’s new venue in the heart of Brisbane CBD: 308 Queen Street, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

For further directions to the venue, accommodation recommendations, and things to see and do around Brisbane, click here.

Organising Committee


Carolyn Wood

The University of Queensland


Charles Woffinden

The University of Queensland


Lewis Williamson

The University of Queensland




QTDU2023 is kindly funded by the School of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Queensland and the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQUS).