The QT Club
Quantum Securing our Future
Karan Pinto. Director of Growth, TerraQuantum
Covering the quantum threat, need for enhanced security and what we could do about it today.
How we are embedding quantum security into mission-critical applications today, underpinned by our quantum infrastructure and protocols.
QuIC: Magnifying the impact of Europe´s quantum industry on the global stage
Maria Cerdà Sevilla. Quantum Technology Expert, QuIC
Quantum sensors for high precision industries
Mathieu Munsch. CEO, QNAMI
Founded in 2017, Qnami is a pioneer in the development and commercialization of quantum sensor technologies. We are building a technology platform applicable to a wide range of industries in the need for high precision, ranging from semiconductor to healthcare to industry 4.0. We will present two examples from two different industries highlighting the impact of our technology. The first example will show how quantum sensors support the development new energy efficient computing technologies. The second example will describe how quantum sensors can be used to non-invasively read the brain, opening new avenues in neurotechnology.
RPU, the go-to platform for randomized workloads
Fernando de la Iglesia. VP Cloud, QUSIDE
Introducing the RPU, the innovative Randomness Processing Unit designed for world-class performance, optimization and efficiency in randomness-based and stochastic High Performance Computing workloads. Join us to learn more about the brand new hardware ac
LuxQuanta presents NOVA LQ™: Continuous Variable QKD System
Vanesa Díaz. CEO, LuxQuanta
– New Product Prototype Release – Join Vanessa Díaz, CEO of LuxQuanta, as she unveils the company’s first Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) system prototype: NOVA LQ™. QKD technology, also known as Quantum Cryptography, leverages the unique properties of quantum mechanics to deliver ultra-secure shared keys between remote network nodes, providing an unbreakable defense against the threat of quantum computers and malicious attackers. LuxQuantas System, NOVA LQ™, is based on Continuous Variable technology (CV-QKD), using quantum states of attenuated light and optical coherent detection techniques. This allows for full compatibility with conventional telecommunication technologies, as it is built using only mature components developed for the telecommunications industry. With its high secret key rate performance and reliability, NOVA LQ™ stands out as a seamless solution for quantum secure communications, able to be integrated into existing optical fiber links without the need for dedicated optical fibers.
Business Performance Enhancement powered by Quantum Technologies
Karan Pinto. Director of Growth, Terra Quantum
Bringing to life the impact of hybrid quantum computing through sharing how it is making a difference across Energy, Aerospace, Chemicals and Logistics.
Touching on our product ecosystem, leading benchmarking results and other exciting developments.
Use Cases for the Quantum Internet
Peter Hinrich. Relationship Manager for Research & Innovation SURF & QIA Executive member
The European Quantum Internet Alliance (QIA) is an established European consortium consisting of partners from industry, research & technology organizations (RTOs), and academia, whose wide-ranging interdisciplinary expertise complements each other to address all challenges towards building a world-first prototype of a large-scale quantum network in Europe. The long-term ambition of the QIA is to build a Quantum Internet that enables quantum communication applications between any two points on Earth. In recent years, QIA has laid the foundations for achieving its prototype network, including the first multi-processor quantum network in the lab, the first quantum software and network stack, and a state-of-the-art quantum repeater system for achieving long-distance quantum communication in the future. QIA is now ready to take the next step, and has started a a seven-year program with the aim to develop a full-stack prototype network connecting distant cities. The first phase of the program, which will run for 3,5 years and has started in October 2022. An important part of this program is to engage potential users from the European industry and to develop with them use cases for the future Quantum Internet. In this presentation we want to reach out to potential users of quantum networking and describe how we want to engage with them in order to identify and develop the most promising use cases, among others via the Quantum Internet Alliance Technology Forum (QIATF).
Quantum components for your cybersecurity journey
Carlos Abellán. CEO & Co-founder, QUSIDE
Now more than ever, keeping all our data secure is what will make the difference. Transitioning all our information infrastructure to a new type of cryptographic quantum-secure cybersecurity baseline is being a titanic effort. We are in 2023, so do not wait any longer, Join us to get started in your quantum-safe journey.
PASQAL and the future of neutral atoms quantum computing
Jean Charles Cabelguen. VP Innovation, Pasqal
Quantum-secure Space Systems
Johanna Sepúlveda. Chief Engineer Quantum-Secure Communication, Airbus Defence and Space
The Quantum Internet: Challenges and EU efforts
Alejandro Rodríguez-Pardo Montblanch, Research Associate at QuTech/QIA
The Quantum Internet promises novel ways of secure communications and global interconnectivity between quantum computers. In this talk, I will present the basic operation principles of a Quantum Internet, its requirements and its challenges, and I will provide a summary of the Quantum Internet Alliance efforts to build the world-first prototype entanglement-based quantum network connecting clients in two metropolitan network hundredths of kms apart by a fiber backbone using quantum repeaters.
Quantum Random Numbers as a Service
Florian Fröwis. General Manager, IDQ Europe
The ubiquitous need for good random numbers is undeniable: cybersecurity, blockchain, non-fungible tokens, gaming, machine learning, and many more. Quantum random number generators (QRNG) offer highest entropy from fundamentally random processes and are therefore best-in-class. In this talk, we discuss use cases where a cloud service delivering quantum random numbers via a secure API is more interesting for the user than purchasing and maintaining the hardware on-premise.
Quantum as a service: Integrating quantum computing into organizations workflows
Carlos Kuchkovsky, CEO of QCentroid & Member of the Strategic Advisory Board
Director of Growth, TerraQuantum
Maria Cerdà Sevilla
Quantum Technology Expert, QuIC
Business Developement Manager, Qilimanjaro
Fernando de la Iglesia
VP Cloud, QUSIDE
Relationship Manager for Research & Innovation SURF & QIA Executive member
CEO & Co-founder, QUSIDE
Coordinator of QSNP & ICFO Group Leader
Research Associate at QuTech
General Manager IDQ Europe
Chief Business Officer, Qilimanjaro
Programme Manager for Business Development, QuTech
Chief Engineer Quantum-Secure Communication, Airbus Defence and Space
Jean Charles Cabelguen
VP Innovation, Pasqal
CEO of QCentroid & Member of the Strategic Advisory Board