Babak Saif, NASA/HQ, Program Scientist for Quantum Communication, has agreed to speak Feb 22 on “Quantum over Satellites” at IQT The Hague
(IQT-TheHague) Babak Saif, NASA/HQ, Program Scientist for Quantum Communication, has agreed to speak at February 22 @ 13:00 – 15:00 – Panel 3: Quantum over Satellites at IQT The Hague.
Babak Saif is an optical physicist at NASA/GSFC and program scientist for quantum communications at NASA/HQ. He is also an Adjunct professor at the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences. He received his first Ph.D. from the Catholic University of America in biophysics and his second Ph.D. in optical interferometry from the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences. He is the recipient of the Exceptional Technology Development medal for the Opto-Mechanical sub-Nano-meter characterization of the JWST and the Exceptional public service medal for the development of the Specialized Speckle interferometry of large structures. He has served as the chief optical metrologist for the JWST, instrument scientist for atom interferometry gravity gradiometer for time varying gravity earth measurements, and recently as the program scientist for development of a space quantum link with the objective of swapping entanglements between long distance observatories.
Inside Quantum Technology The Hague Conference and Exhibition will be held as a hybrid event February 21-23, 2022. This is the foremost gathering of business leaders, product developers, marketing strategists and investors anywhere in the world focused on quantum internet. Over 1,000 people will be attending this event (both in-person and online) from all over the world and from every area of quantum computing.
This conference includes panels and keynotes on topics related to the future of the Quantum Internet.