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The disruptive potential of quantum computing is becoming a reality at an unprecedented rate, but few events are acknowledging the reality of how it’s playing out for commercial businesses.
London Tech Week’s quantum computing event – The Quantum Computing Summit – returns this June to provide a place for quantum end-users to meet and connect with partners actively working on scaling quantum computing and solving challenging business problems.
Prepare for the upcoming wave of digital change with sessions exploring ‘the questions we should be asking’ with Philip Intallura, Global Head of Quantum Technologies, HSBC; Ilana Wisby, CEO, Oxford Quantum Circuits; and Ellen Devereux, Quantum Computing Consultant, Fujitsu.
Or attend a technical workshop to investigate topics like ‘quantum machine learning’ or ‘metrology for scaling superconducting circuits’. With teachers such as Chloe Ai, Quantum Researcher of Vodafone and Manognya Acharya, Quantum Technologies Research Scientist from the National Physical Laboratory.
The show will also host a ministerial announcement on the UK’s Quantum Computing Strategy.
As revenue from quantum computing is expected to grow at a CAGR of 32% from 2019 to 2030, reaching £2.54 billion ($3.5 billion) in 2030, there is huge potential in unlocking this transformative technology.
The Quantum Computing Summit London takes place at Tobacco Dock London (14-15 June) and has been designed to provide the business and technical insight to do just that.
Access knowledge from the leaders who will be presenting quantum computing in a way that will enable department leads and product managers to secure investment, stakeholder support, and enable them to progress with pilot programmes. We’ll see you there!