Matthew Marrone, Intellectual Property Attorney, McAndrews, will keynote & moderate “IP Issues in the Quantum Technology Industry at IQT-San Diego Quantum Enterprise” May 10-12
(IQT-SanDiego) Matthew Marrone – Intellectual Property Attorney, McAndrews, will keynote and moderate ‘IP Issues in the Quantum Technology Industry‘ May 11 at IQT San Diego. McAndrews is the Platinum Sponsor of this topic.
Matthew Marrone is a Partner at intellectual property firm McAndrews, Held & Malloy. He counsels clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to academic institutions and startups. His work focuses on technologies including quantum computing systems, quantum information science (QIS), quantum sensors, cloud computing systems, semiconductor wafer substrates, semiconductor packaging, batteries and battery manufacturing technology, AI-powered data analysis systems, Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, data collection devices, wireless networks and communications, optical systems, and robotic applications. Much of his patent prosecution practice is highly strategic, involving the ongoing analysis of market conditions and competitors’ patent positions with the goal of developing patent portfolios that protect product lines, generate revenue, and increase company valuations. Matthew holds a degree in Physics, and served as an officer in the US Army before practicing law.
Panel 1: IP Issues in the Quantum Technology Industry, 3:10-5:10, May 11
Moderator: Matthew Marrone – Intellectual Property Attorney, McAndrews
Speaker 1: Wil Oxford – Founder and CEO, Anametric
Speaker 2: Joseph Emerson – Head of Quantum Strategy, Keysight Technologies Inc.
Former CEO and Chief Scientist at Quantum Benchmark Inc.
Professor of Applied Math at the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo
Speaker 3: whurley – Founder and CEO, Strangeworks
Speaker 4: Stephan Koch – Quantum Business Executive
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.