(IQT-NYC) Zhanet Zaharieva, Co-Founder of Quantum Dice, has agreed to speak November 1 @ 1:20 pm – Panel I: “New Opportunities for Quantum Number Generators (QRNGs)” at Inside Quantum Technology New York.
Zhanet has extensive academic experience in designing nanomaterials gained through working in some of the world’s leading research institutions. As a Quantum Nanotechnologist, with a Ph.D. in Materials Science from the University of Oxford specializing in the development of novel quantum nanomaterials for commercial applications ranging from clean energy to biotechnology, Zhanet is naturally passionate about translating quantum scientific discoveries into real-world applications. As a result, Zhanet co-founded Quantum Dice with a team of Oxford University Ph.D. and Master students as the COO of the company. Quantum Dice is an award-winning quantum hardware company pioneering the world’s first compact and completely embedded source device independent, self-certifying (DISC™) QRNG device. They offer the only scalable and easy to manufacture DISC™ QRNG solution which employs advanced integrated photonics technology to produce high-quality, certified randomness from an on-chip device with a unique combination of speed, security, and versatility of integration for wide commercial applications. Alongside managing operations, Zhanet is part of the business development team where she is actively working on developing the hardware/cloud encryption, quantum computing as well as government and defense sectors expanding Quantum Dice’s presence in their direct and end-user markets by setting up key collaboration opportunities.
“(IQT)…has quickly become the quantum industry’s leading conference.” —ZDNET
The Inside Quantum Technology Conference focuses on the Business of Quantum Computing, Quantum Networking, Quantum Sensors, and Quantum Cryptography. This will be the fourth such event and is the foremost gathering of business leaders, product developers, marketing strategists and investors anywhere in the world focused on quantum technology. We are anticipating that over 1,000 people will be attending this event from all over the world and from every area of quantum technology.