David Shaw, Director, Fact Based Insight, to moderate “Emerging PQC Products and Standards” & “What the Quantum Data Center Will Look Like”at IQT San Diego Quantum Enterprise May 10-12.
(IQT-SanDiego) David Shaw, Director, Fact Based Insight, to moderate “Emerging PQC Products and Standards” & “What the Quantum Data Center Will Look Like”at IQT San Diego Quantum Enterprise May 10-12.
David Shaw is director of Fact Based Insight and author of numerous insight articles on quantum technology. David had worked extensively in Consulting, Market Analysis & Advisory businesses across a wide range of sectors including Technology, Healthcare, Energy and Financial Services. He has held a number of senior executive roles in public and private companies. David studied Physics at Oxford University, and has a PhD in Particle Physics from UCL. He is a member of the Institute of Physics.
Panel 2: Emerging PQC Products and Standards
Moderator: David Shaw – Director, Fact Based Insight
Speaker 1: Michael Redding – CTO, Quantropi
Speaker 2: Dustin Moody – Mathematician, Computer Security Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Speaker 3: Michael Osborne – IBM Head Of Crypto-logical Research, IBM Zurich Lab
Speaker 4: Johann POLECSAK – Co-Founder and CTO, QANplatform
Speaker 1: Domenico Di Mola – VP of Engineering, Juniper Networks
Speaker 2: Reza Nejabati – Chair Professor, Intelligent Networks
Head of the High-Performance Network Group, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
University of Bristol, UK
Speaker 3: Dominik Andrzejczuk – Founder, Atmos Ventures
Speaker 4: Vincent van Wingerden – Technical Architect Data & AI, Microsoft
Speaker 5: Jean-Dominique Coste – Senior Manager, Airbus Blue Sky, Airbus
Inside Quantum Technology San Diego is the first international conference devoted entirely to the QUANTUM ENTERPRISE. IQT Research has forecast that the great leap forward for quantum technology will take place as quantum computing and quantum safe environments are adopted in businesses and government organizations. As this happens the IT community and data communication firms will embrace the quantum paradigm and expenditures from the new QUANTUM ENTERPRISE sector will then take the great leap forward. Nine vertical topics encompassing 34 sessions from over 80 speakers will provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the state of the QUANTUM ENTERPRISE.