(AirBusNewsroom) jury of world-leading quantum computing experts is teaming up with Airbus to evaluate submitted proposals to the Airbus Quantum Computing Challenge. Challenge winners will be announced at the beginning of 2020. The experts on the international evaluation panel are:
–Harry Buhrman
QuSoft / University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
–Wim van Dam
QC Ware & University of California (Palo Alto, USA)
–Joe Fitzsimons
Horizons Quantum Computing (Singapore)
–Elham Kashefi
Sorbonne University & University of Edinburgh (Paris, France / Edinburgh, Scotland)
–Elham Kashefi
Sorbonne University & University of Edinburgh (Paris, France / Edinburgh, Scotland)
–Michele Mosca
University of Waterloo (Canada)
–Troy Lee
University of Technology Sydney (Australia)
–Jingbo Wang
University of Western Australia
The Airbus Quantum Computing Challenge aims to challenge experts and enthusiasts in the field to tackle complex aerospace computational problems.
To help evaluate the submitted proposals, Airbus is bringing together top-notch international quantum computing experts to serve as jury members. The experts reflect a diverse array of academics and industry professionals, from computer scientists to founders of start-ups. Each expert has significant and deep experience in quantum computing, and a level of expertise that is recognised on an international scale. The jury is tasked with assessing the submitted proposals to identify the winners of the first edition of the challenge.
The deadline for submissions is October 31, 2019.

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