(IQT) IQT News is now introducing speakers for the upcoming IQT-NYC event“The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Networking and Quantum Sensors” April 2-3, 2020 to acquaint our readers with the topics and expertise represented on the program.
Reza Azarderaksh, Co-founder and President of PQSecure, will speak on “Post Quantum Encryption” at 4:25 PM on April 2. Dr. Reza Azarderakhsh is a professor, I-SENSE Fellow, and director of post-quantum cryptographic engineering lab at FAU. He is also co-founder and president of PQSecure Technologies with focus on the development of quantum-safe cryptographic solutions for IoT and embedded systems. Dr. Azarderakhsh is a member of Quantum-Economic Development Consortium (QED-C) of NIST. He speaks in various events about quantum computations, cryptographic engineering, and post-quantum cryptography organized by industry, government, and academia.
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IQT NYC is a follow-on to our highly successful 2019 events in Boston and Europe in 2019. Our event New York in April 2020 and will offer:
*60 speakers from firms critical to the commercial evolution of quantum technology
*Exhibit space in which leading hardware and software firms, along with service providers will show off their latest products and strategies
*A Symposium devoted to emerging quantum technology components, chips and materials; all areas that Inside Quantum Technology has identified as profitable opportunities for start ups
*Another Symposium on end user experiences. We believe that quantum technology has reached a stage of maturity that sharing end user experiences are extremely valuable to product designers, strategic planners and investors.

Inside Quantum Technology – New York will provide comprehensive insights into the commercial future of all areas of quantum technology, presenting both opportunities available today and future applications for businesses and government. Inside Quantum Technology – New York will be jointly organized with 3DR Holdings, which organized our other highly successful quantum technology events. I

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