Over the past few years, a new field of high research intensity has emerged, known as Relativistic Quantum Information (RQI). The field of RQI aims to understand the relationship between special and general relativity, and quantum information. In particular, so-called quantum entanglement bits (e-bits) are a necessary resource in all of quantum communication and quantum computation. One of the key goals of the field of RQI is to develop a theory of e-bits in realistic spacetimes described by Lorentzian manifolds. This offers exciting new challenges because it combines information theory with quantum theoretic and general relativistic questions. Deep questions concerning the relationship between information processing and the structure of spacetime will be considered. This conference will bring together the most prominent researchers in RQI, as well as some of their best postdoctoral fellows and graduate students. The workshop is timely because of newly emerging prospects for experimental tests of phenomena of relativistic quantum information, for example, using quantum communication with satellite-based instruments or Berry’s phase tests of the Unruh effect.