Quantum.Tech Fosters Quantum Community, Commercialisation

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Quantum technology is no longer on the fringe. It’s here. It’s growing. And it’s global.

The Quantum.Tech conference and exhibition is leading the way to the next phase of quantum computing — commercialisation. The UK version of the event will be held  20 – 22 April, 2020 at Twickenham Stadium in London.

According to event officials, Quantum.Tech is held to empower researchers and entrepreneurs in the quest to develop commercial applications for quantum computers. We need to pull quantum out of the research lab, and onto the shop floor, in other words.

“A key goal of Quantum.Tech is to help enterprises understand, and build a strategy for, adopting Quantum technologies,” said Amit Das, Quantum.Tech CEO and Co-Founder. “It’s the only place to network with and hear from a broad spectrum of actual end-users of Quantum technologies.”

Using a combination of in-depth, cutting-edge case studies, great networking opportunities, and a broad, comprehensive showcase of the entire supply chain, Quantum.Tech is the global meeting place for the Quantum community. Covering Quantum computing; sensing & metrology; communications & cryptography; hardware, devices and technology applications, the conference and exhibition is the “one stop shop” for understanding the Quantum technology ecosystem.

In addition, a separate day will feature leading start-ups from the Quantum ecosystem, and provide an opportunity to meet investors from the public and private sectors.

Topics include:

  •         Current status of Quantum computing
  •         Evaluation of different architectures
  •         Machine learning; optimisation; simulation
  •         International perspectives and investment
  •         Sensing & metrology applications
  •         Communications & cryptography, across QKD, PQC and RNG
  •         Preparing a Quantum ready organisation

Arguably, the most important step that quantum computing pioneers must take to transform quantum technology into a thriving, full-scale industry is to build a community of professionals.

“Quantum computing, communications, and sensing are transformational technologies,” said Das, “If you want to understand how your industry will be impacted by these technologies, then you must attend Quantum.Tech.”

If you register by December 19, you can save up to £300.

More information on registering here.

Matt Swayne

Matt Swayne

With a several-decades long background in journalism and communications, Matt Swayne has worked as a science communicator for an R1 university for more than 12 years, specializing in translating high tech and deep tech for the general audience. He has served as a writer, editor and analyst at The Quantum Insider since its inception. In addition to his service as a science communicator, Matt also develops courses to improve the media and communications skills of scientists and has taught courses. matt@thequantuminsider.com

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