Quantum Tech Pod Episode 65: Ken Durazzo, VP of Dell Research
My latest Quantum Tech Pod with Ken Durazzo, VP of tech company Dell Research, is live!
Prior to joining Dell Research, Ken worked at Cisco for 20 years on myriad technologies. In 2016, he started leading research into quantum at Dell.
At Dell Research, Ken’s current focus includes hybrid quantum computing, quantum-safe cryptography, as well as generative AI, human-machine interfaces, and heterogeneous computing acceleration and virtualization.
Ken is also Dell Research’s representative to the World Economic Forum’s Quantum Network, a global array of business leaders and practitioners focused on leveraging quantum technologies to address large-scale problems.
A recent collaboration between Dell and ASU’s Quantum Collaborative resulted in a certificate program called Quantum Technology for Executives and Leaders (QTEL) designed to help learners explore emerging applications of quantum information science and its potential to revolutionize academia, government, and industry. ASU is offering a discount until March 1st using this promo code – QTEL30OFF11731.
Check out my conversation with Ken!
The “Quantum Tech Pod” podcast, hosted by Christopher Bishop from Inside Quantum Technology, offers a deep dive into the rapidly evolving world of quantum technology. Christopher, an industry expert, engages with leading figures in the field, discussing the latest developments, breakthroughs, and challenges in quantum computing, communication, sensing, and cryptography. The podcast is an informative platform for experts and enthusiasts, providing insights into how quantum technology shapes the future and its implications across various industries. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just curious about quantum technology, “Quantum Tech Pod” delivers engaging conversations illuminating this cutting-edge field.