N.B. This is not really a full-day event, but the exact time has not been announced.
From the blog post:
"We have fixed the dates for the demo of our Orion quantum computing system. We are going to hold two events, one at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California on February 13th, and the second at the Telus World of Science in Vancouver, Canada on February 15th.
"Registration is required as we’re expecting full houses at both events. Registration will open shortly and can be done via our website here. (http://dwavesys.com/)
"The Orion system is a hardware accelerator designed to solve a particular NP-complete problem called the two dimensional Ising model in a magnetic field. It is built around a 16-qubit superconducting adiabatic quantum computer processor. The system is designed to be used in concert with a conventional front end for any application that requires the solution of an NP-complete problem."
Added by flipzagging on February 9, 2007