Attend Free “Quantum Technology Basics” Webinar June 27, 2019
(IQT.Webinars) Build a deeper understanding of business & technology opportunities in the quantum tech sector by registering and attending IQT’s free upcoming “Quantum Computing Basics” webinar to be presented by Dr. Jonathan Dowling. As a loyal reader, you will now that IQT has recently covered quantum technology news from sources such as the Wall Street Journal, VentureBeat, TechCrunch, Phys.org, Entrepreneur and more. If you want to better understand the quantum tech ecosystem, science and business opportunities, you’ll want to “attend” this free webinar to learn from an insider/expert about breakthrough quantum technologies and a guide to future quantum tech potential. Click and register here and join the live webinar on Thursday, June 27, 2019 from 11:AM to 11:45 AM (EDT).
BENEFITS OF WEBINAR:
–A great way to get basic information about quantum computing;
–A cost-effective means to provide basic quantum education for your whole team;
–Excellent information for physics students;
–Convenience of learning without travel expenses;
–Affordability for non-profits; online workshop is FREE with no expensive registrations.
DETAILS: Join us for Inside Quantum Technology’s FREE insider’s look into breakthrough quantum computer technologies and a guide to their future technological evolution. In this live session, we will examine the quantum computing strategies of big names in computing and electronics including IBM, Microsoft, and Honeywell, and pure play firms including Rigetti and D-Wave. We’ll cover the development of chip technology at the core of quantum computers, the delivery of quantum computing power to the end user—clouds or in-house machines, and application and industry sector pioneers who are using quantum computing. At the end of the presentation, Dr. Dowling will take questions from the audience.
PRESENTED BY: Dr. Jonathan P. Dowling is a co-director of the Horace Hearne Institute for Theoretical Physics and a Hearne chair in Theoretical Physics at the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Louisiana State University. He is known for his work on quantum technology, particularly for exploiting quantum entanglement (in the form of a NOON state) for applications to quantum metrology, quantum sensing, and quantum imaging. He has also made contributions to quantum information theory, the field of photonic crystals, and the foundations of quantum electrodynamics. Dowling is one of the founders of the US Government program in quantum information processing.