Denmark Technical University (DTU) Project Leader Danish QCI, Tobias Gehring, will speak at IQT the Hague in 2024
The Inside Quantum Technology conference in The Hague in April 2024 is slated to highlight Dr. Tobias Gehring, a distinguished Associate Professor at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and the Project Leader for the Danish Quantum Communication Infrastructure (QCI). Dr. Gehring’s extensive background in physics and his significant contributions to quantum technology research make him a highly anticipated speaker at the conference.
Dr. Gehring’s academic journey began at Heidelberg University, where he completed his Diplom in Physics. He then pursued his Ph.D. in Physics at Leibniz Universität Hannover, culminating in 2013. His doctoral research laid a solid foundation for his subsequent endeavors in quantum technology.
Following his Ph.D., Dr. Gehring continued at Leibniz Universität Hannover as a Postdoctoral Researcher, further honing his expertise in quantum physics. In December 2013, he joined DTU, one of Europe’s leading technical universities. At DTU, Dr. Gehring’s roles have evolved from Assistant Professor to his current position as an Associate Professor, a testament to his expertise and contributions to the field.
As an Associate Professor at DTU, Dr. Gehring has been involved in cutting-edge quantum communication and quantum information science research. His work is particularly focused on developing and implementing quantum communication infrastructures, a critical component of the emerging quantum technology landscape.
As the Project Leader for the Danish QCI, Dr. Gehring is at the forefront of efforts to establish secure quantum communication networks in Denmark. His work in this area is pivotal for advancing national security and communication technologies and places Denmark among the leading nations in quantum technology research and implementation.
At the Inside Quantum Technology conference, Dr. Gehring is expected to share valuable insights into the development of quantum communication infrastructures, including challenges, recent advancements, and prospects, using his work at QCI as an example. His expertise in quantum physics and practical experience in implementing quantum technologies at a national level will provide conference attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the current state and potential future developments in quantum communications.
As April 2024 approaches, the quantum technology community eagerly awaits Dr. Gehring’s presentation. His unique blend of academic excellence and practical experience in quantum technology implementation makes him an invaluable contributor to the conference, offering perspectives that bridge theoretical research and real-world applications.
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, 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.