Garcia Coello Director and Chief Scientific Officer, Crypta Labs, will speak at IQT The Hague March 13-15
Garcia Coello Director and Chief Scientific Officer, Crypta Labs, will speak at IQT The Hague March 13-15.
Jose Coello holds a PhD in quantum Computing from University College London. He is an expert in bringing theoretical models to experimental experiments and in the case of Crypta Labs to actual products. His main areas of research are in the field of Quantum Information based on mesoscopic systems such as N@C60 Carbon NanoWires or Self-assembled quantum dots. This research was developed in conjunction with Oxford University, QinetiQ and Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Jose’s expertise allows Crypta Labs to implement the cutting edge of quantum research into their technology development. Jose has filed several patents with Crypta Labs for his work on our Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG).
He has been the leader for the creation of the first space graded QRNG, designed for Low Earth Orbit and tested for Temperature, Vacuum and Launch vibrations at the facilities of Southampton University. With his team reached the conclusion and proved that one of the tests for Random Number Sequences from NIST 800-22 was slightly biased for large amount of data thanks to the quality of our random numbers produced by our RNG. He is also leading the Industrial participation of Crypta Labs at the Innovate UK project “Assurance of Quantum Random Number Generators”, a project that will help to establish the quality of QRNG and their advantage against current state of the art RNG.
Register here for IQT The Hague, March 13-15
IQT The Hague 2023 is the eighth global conference and exhibition in the highly successful Inside Quantum Technology series.
The Hague event will focus on Quantum Communications and Quantum Security. Ten vertical topics encompassing more than 40 panels and talks from over 80 speakers will provide attendees with a deep understanding on state-of-the-art developments of the future quantum internet as well as the current impact of quantum-safe technologies on cybersecurity.
Sandra K. Helsel, Ph.D. has been researching and reporting on frontier technologies since 1990. She has her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona.