Beside technology challenges, key to the potentially huge success of quantum computing will be the achievement of a real business impact for end user companies. For this to happen, it is crucial to understand from the beginning the main dynamics of the nascent European quantum computing market, answering questions such as: what is the end-user sentiment about quantum computing in Europe? What industries and use cases are currently the most promising for quantum computing applications? How will the landscape evolve in the next few years? Join the presentation for the answers to these and other questions.
It’s important to separate the hype form the reality when we are presented with Quantum-inspired promises of novel drugs, cancer cures and the like. The reality is that much work needs to be done in simply identifying the use cases and the nature of the research before such goals can be realised. Come and listen to our experts as they explain how their organizations are approaching Quantum, what resources are required, and how the future roadmap is panning out.
Qubits are small. Really small. And they are unstable. Really unstable. Is it a pipedream to expect to harness their power for computational and communication purposes? What are the practical challenges to overcome, and how are leading engineers approaching those challenges? What does the broader supply chain look like and can we scale up to industrial manufacturing?
The system control challenges in building quantum computers are a significant obstacle for teams all over the world. Zurich Instruments develops and deploys a state-of-the-art Quantum Computer Control System that accelerates progress towards a useful quantum computer.
Hear how one of the world’s largest energy companies is exploring Quantum computing, and what their roadmap looks like.
Like AI, Quantum technologies have the power to be transformative. They also have the power to do untold damage. How can we balance progress with privacy? How can we ensure that he widest possible population groups benefit, and that the benefits are distributed equitably? Should there be a Quantum “Code of Conduct”? Join us to explore these and other questions in this interactive panel.