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Quantum Computing Weekend Update August 7-12

By Sandra Helsel posted 12 Aug 2023

Quantum Computing Weekend Update August 7-12: Enjoy the best articles from InsideQuantumTechnology.com from this week as well as news that developed today.  IQT news, research and events are always up to date and meticulously curated.

Satyam Priyadarshy, Technology Fellow and Chief Data Scientist, Halliburton will speak at IQT NYC 2023

A New Collaboration Between the BMW Group, AirBus, and Quantinuum Results in a Hybrid quantum-classical Workflow for Studying Chemical Reactions

Cold Atom Lab aboard ISS gets Quantum Observer Module

Clarice Aiello,  Assistant Professor, Quantum Biology Tech (QuBiT) Lab, UCLA will speak at IQT NYC 2023

Multiverse Computing Announces New Partnership with Tech Mahindra

D-Wave/Davidson collaboration produces two new applications

Robert Broberg Visiting Scholar, University of Pennsylvania will speak at IQT NYC 2023

QuTech a Platinum Sponsor at IQT NYC 2023

Quantum Tech Pod Episode 54: Silicon Spin Quantum Computing with Stephanie Simmons, Chief Quantum Officer, Photonic

A Deeper Look at the 2023 DiviQ Summit

Maëva Ghonda, Chair Quantum AI Institute; Senior Fellow HQS Quantum Simulations; will speak at IQT NYC 2023

Quantum Dice a Gold Sponsor at IQT NYC 2023

QuantrolOx launches new product, partnership with Qblox

Rozhin Eskandarpour; Founder and CEO, Resilient Entanglement; is speaking at IQT NYC 2023

IonQ comes up big again in Q2, increases full-year expectations

Inside Quantum Technology’s “Inside Scoop:” Quantum and Genetics

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.



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