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Demo sessions – March 17th 2021

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  • Cryogenics in Quantum Technologies: The Cryogenic Wafer Prober

    09h00 - 09h30

    In this Bluefors product presentation on the Cryogenic Wafer Prober, Bluefors Senior Sales Engineer Dr. Tomi Elovaara provides an overview of the company and Bluefors solutions in cryogenics within quantum technologies. Dr. Elovaara will focus on the Cryogenic Wafer Prober and will present the motivation and application of the product by explaining cryogenic and mechanical specifications, the measurement infrastructure and the software interface.

    - Dr. Tomi Elovaara, Senior Sales Engineer

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  • QSupply: A quantum-enhanced supply chain solution

    09h30 - 10h00

    Supply chain optimization is a critical problem in most industries. The goal is to find the optimal solution (e.g. most efficient in time and cost) for sourcing, production, storage and distribution of materials and goods in a business while respecting all the underlying constraints. End-to-end optimization of supply chain planning can easily become a very complex or intractable problem. Quantum computing has the promise of outperforming classical methods for certain optimization tasks. In this demo, we explore the quantum annealing technology for solving small examples of supply chain problem constructed based on real world use cases. 

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  • Write your first quantum circuits with myQLM

    10h00 - 10h30

    myQLM is a freeware python package developed by Atos that provides quantum circuit creation and simulation tools to researchers, students, developers, and more generally tech enthusiasts. Anyone can explore the capabilities of quantum computing with myQLM, from experimenting with programming to launching simulations of up to 20 qubits directly on their own computer and even larger by connecting to an Atos QLM.

    During this session, Jean-Christophe Jaskula will explain where to find myQLM, how to install it and write your first quantum circuits. To go further, online documentation and tutorials will be also presented, as well as community support tools such as opensource contributions and community forums.

    • Jean-Christophe JASKULA Quantum computing project leader ATOS
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  • IQM Quantum Computers

    10h30 - 11h00
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  • Toward High Level Modelling of Quantum Circuits

    11h00 - 11h30
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  • Quantum computers will change the hacking game but we can change the rules with biometric identity

    11h30 - 12h00

    Attend this session to:

    • Understand why identity should be considered uniquely when planning for a quantum-safe ecosystem
    • Discuss the use of biometrics as your best first defense against unauthorised access

    - Philip Black, Commercial Director;
    - Christopher Arnold, Strategic Business Development

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  • Quantum network applications: the short-term and the long-term

    12h00 - 12h30

    We present the future evolution of quantum communication technologies, from currently deployed QKD networks to a full-scale Quantum Internet. In particular, we will focus on the applications of those network and VeriQloud's work to identify the potential end-users.



    - Marc KAPLAN, CEO @Veriqloud

    • Marc KAPLAN CEO VeriQloud
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  • A Full-stack Scalable Approach to Quantum Systems

    12h30 - 13h00

    At Intel’s recent ‘Labs Day’, our quantum researchers shared more information on Intel’s perspective on what it will take to achieve “Quantum Practicality.”  From single electron qubits, to cryogenic control and testing – get caught up on Intel’s plan to make quantum computing have an impact on our everyday lives.

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  • Why quantum technologies matter in mobile phone security

    13h00 - 13h30


    - Thomas Stengel, Senior Director Global Business Development @ID Quantique

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  • The quest for the ideal quantum computer

    13h30 - 14h00

    - Théau PERONNIN, CEO @Alice&Bob

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  • Building Security Resilience for a Quantum World

    14h00 - 14h30


    - John LEISEBOER, CTO @QuintessenceLabs

    John Leiseboer is founding CTO at QuintessenceLabs Pty Ltd, and is responsible for the research, design, and development of key management, comsec, and infosec products.  He is a member of the OASIS KMIP and PKCS11 Technical Committees, and has contributed to the development of NIST, IETF, and IEEE standards, including SP 800-90B and C, and IEEE 802.6.  
    John has worked in the fields of communications and information security for over thirty-five years, designing and architecting commercial and military communications and information security hardware, software, and systems.  He has experience in applying conventional, classical cryptography as well as leading-edge quantum key distribution technology to innovative security product designs.

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  • Migrating the Nomidio Identity Cloud to Post-Quantum cryptography

    14h30 - 15h00

    Attend this session to:

    • Understand the role of crypto-agility in Nomidio Identity Cloud
    • Learn how we have migrated critical components of Nomidio’s infrastructure for post-quantum readiness

    - CJ Tjhai, CTO
    - Philip Black, Commercial Director
    - Christopher Arnold, Strategic Business Development

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  • Quantum Software: A Program Analysis Perspective

    15h00 - 15h30


    - Sébastien BARDIN, Researcher @CEA

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  • MEGAQUBO: Quantum-inspired optimization in production for large-scale applications

    15h30 - 16h00

    The process of solving complex combinatorial optimization problems can largely benefit from Quantum Computing. As we prepare for powerful Quantum devices, the formalism can be exploited already today, on Graphics Processing Units (GPU), to quickly obtain high-quality solutions for large use cases. We are going to present how real-world challenges lead to the need for our Quantum-inspired approach and some applications we have successfully applied it in.

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  • Fast adoption of quantum algorithms & software solutions for the real world

    16h00 - 16h30

    aQuantum presents why QPath is an accelerator for the construction and deployment of quantum algorithms & applications, which contributes significantly to the adoption of quantum technologies and specifically enable companies to develop and deploy algorithms and applications based on these technologies, safeguarding their investments.

    • Mario PIATTINI VELTHUIS aQuantum Chief Research Officer (CRO) AQUANTUM
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  • Trapped Ion Quantum Computing

    16h30 - 17h00
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  • How to scale-up cryogeny for large-scale quantum computing?

    17h00 - 17h30
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