(IQT-NYC.Online) Robert Sutor, VP of IBM Quantum Ecosystem Development, IBM Research; has agreed to speak on Panel 1: “Quantum Computing: Key Trends and Innovations in the Past Year” at 10:15, May 17 at Inside Quantum Technology New York Online (May 17-20).
Robert (Bob) Sutor has been a technical leader and executive in the IT industry for over 30 years. He’s the author of a book about quantum computing called Dancing with Qubits that was published in late 2019. This was recently rated #1 in the BookAuthority list of13 Best New Quantum Computing Books To Read In 2020. More than two decades of his career has been spent in IBM Research in New York. During his time there, he worked on or led efforts in symbolic mathematical computation, optimization, AI, blockchain, and quantum computing. Sutor was also an executive on the software side of the IBM business in areas including emerging industry standards, software on Linux, mobile, and open source. He’s a theoretical mathematician by training, has a Ph.D. from Princeton University, and an undergraduate degree from Harvard College. He spends every free non-freezing moment he has in the NY Adirondack Mountains.

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May 18 Morning — Quantum Sensors
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