(IQT-NYC.Online) Elica Kyoseva, Quantum Computing Scientist, Boehringer Ingelheim; has agreed to speak on Panel 3: “Quantum Computing and the Design of New Drugs & Materials” at 2:40 pm on May 20 at Inside Quantum Technology Online, NYC. Elica Kyoseva is a Quantum Computing Scientist at the German pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim, where she is working on advancing the drug discovery

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(TheIET.org) The European Commission has announced a set of new flagship projects as part of its ‘Action Plan on Synergies’ between the civil, defence and space industries, which aims to reinforce the competitiveness of EU industry at the intersection of these areas. The communications project aims to provide resilient and high-speed connectivity for everyone in Europe based on quantum encryption,

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(Defense.gov) Quantum science is important for the Defense Department because of the revolutionary technologies that it will bring to warfighters, the principal director for quantum science in the office of the undersecretary of defense for research and engineering said in an interview recently. Among the technologies in development are advances in quantum computing and networks that are many times more

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(PRNewswire) Tennessee State University says it looks forward to students being on the cutting edge of technology in the fields of finance, digital manufacturing, and military affairs now that the institution is a member of the IBM-HBCU Quantum Center. TSU announced today that it has joined the nation’s first quantum education and research initiative for historically black colleges and universities. The aim

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(GeekWire) From cryptography to supply-chain optimization to advances in solid-state physics, the coming era of quantum computers could bring about enormous changes, assuming its potential can be fully realized. Yet many hurdles still need to be overcome before all of this can happen. This one of the reasons the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Microsoft have teamed up to advance

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(USA.NewsSite) The Colorado Economic Development Commission normally recently approved $2.9 million in state job growth incentive tax credits to try and land a manufacturing plant that will produce hardware for quantum computers. “Given the broad applications and catalytic benefits that this company’s technology could bring, retaining this company would help position Colorado as an industry leader in next-generation and quantum

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(IT.NewsOnline) Taro Shimada, Executive Officer and Corporate Senior Vice President, and Chief Digital Officer, Toshiba Corporation, will share about the challenges and opportunities of quantum key distribution to protect critical information and potentially enable disruptive technologies, giving birth to the quantum internet era during an upcoming presentation at an upcoming supercomputing/Asia event. Toshiba is collaborating with Singapore’s SpeQtral to help

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(By Becky Bracken) Researchers have figured out how to use an IBM quantum computer to break rules previously understood for the past century to govern quantum physics, called Hermitian Hamiltonians. The team, led by Docent Sorin Paraoanu and conducted under the Finnish Center of Excellence in Quantum Technology, (QTF) of the Academy of Finland, recently published a paper that explained

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(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

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(By Becky Bracken) Researchers have figured out how to use an IBM quantum computer to break rules previously understood for the past century to govern quantum physics, called Hermitian Hamiltonians. The team, led by Docent Sorin Paraoanu and conducted under the Finnish Center of Excellence in Quantum Technology, (QTF) of the Academy of Finland, recently published a paper that explained

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