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Deborah Nas, Quantum Delta NL Innovation Lead is an IQT The Hague 2024 Speaker

Deborah Nas, Innovation Lead at Quantum Delta NL, is an IQT The Hague conference speaker for April 2024.
By Kenna Hughes-Castleberry posted 07 Feb 2024

The IQT The Hague conference will feature Deborah Nas, a renowned expert in technology-driven innovation, particularly noted for her insights into the ethical, legal, and societal impacts of quantum networks. With her multifaceted roles, including a part-time professorship at TU Delft‘s Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering and her position as Innovation Lead at Quantum Delta NL’s Centre for Quantum & Society, Nas brings a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to exploring quantum technology and its broader implications.

At Quantum Delta NL, Nas is at the forefront of addressing the complex questions that arise as quantum technologies become more integrated into society. Her work focuses on understanding and guiding the development of quantum networks in a way that considers their potential effects on ethical standards, legal frameworks, and societal norms. This proactive approach is crucial for ensuring that advancements in quantum technology are aligned with societal values and legal requirements.

In addition to her work in the quantum field, Nas’s involvement with Hardt Hyperloop and the Innovation Quarter investment committee highlights her broad expertise in supporting and guiding innovative technologies from conception to realization. Her role in Hardt Hyperloop underscores her interest in pioneering new transportation systems. At the same time, her participation in the Innovation Quarter investment committee demonstrates her commitment to fostering deep tech innovations with significant potential for societal impact.

Nas holds a distinguished position as a part-time professor at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at TU Delft, where she imparts her knowledge and insights on technology-driven innovation to the next generation of designers and engineers. Her academic role complements her practical work in innovation and investment, providing a solid foundation for her contributions to the field.

At the IQT The Hague conference, Deborah Nas is expected to share her expertise at Quantum Delta NL, focusing on the intersection of quantum technology with societal concerns, including ethical, legal, and social considerations. Her presentation will likely delve into the challenges and opportunities presented by integrating quantum networks into society, the role of innovation in addressing these challenges, and the importance of a multidisciplinary approach in guiding the development of quantum technologies.

IQT The Hague 2024 is the Netherlands’ fifth global conference and exhibition. The Hague is a Quantum Technology Event focusing on Quantum Networking and Quantum Security. Ten vertical topics encompassing more than 40 panel talks from over 100 speakers will provide attendees with a deep understanding of state-of-the-art developments of the future quantum internet and the current impact of quantum-safe technologies on cybersecurity and quantum computers.

The conference brings together corporate management, entrepreneurs, end users, technology providers, infrastructure partners, researchers, and investors working on current developments. IQT The Hague is organized by 3DR Holdings, IQT Research, QuTech, QIA (Quantum Internet Alliance), and Quantum Delta NL, who will bring leading organizations and professionals together in this important event. The April conference is “in-person” to ensure maximum networking and discussion at the Postillion Hotel & Convention Centre in The Hague.

Register for IQT The Hague here.

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Tags: Deborah Nas, IQT the Hague, Quantum Delta NL

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