Mark Jackson, Cambridge Quantum Computing and guest on Impact Quantum, Quantum Evangelist speaks at Data Con LA about Quantum Computing. Quantum computing is rapidly gaining in capability. It promises to solve problems which would be impossible for a classical computer,… Read More »Quantum Computing: The next new technology in computing
In this episode, Frank and Andy welcome Brian Lenahan to the show. Brian is Founder & Chair of the Quantum Strategy Institute, a collaboration of quantum experts and enthusiasts from around the globe enabling business to understand the technology, its… Read More »Quantum is Already Here with Brian Lenahan
Bhairav Mehta, a Principal Manager at Microsoft in Azure Core Operating System and Security, speaks about random number generation in quantum computing and post-quantum computing. In recent years, there has been a substantial amount of research on quantum computers –… Read More »Quantum Computing: Random Number Generator & Quantum Safe Digital Certification
Making Sense of Quantum Computing for Business, with Andrew Shipilov, Denise Ruffner, & Kevin Eversmann
Quantum Computing is opening a new era of possibilities – solving highly complex problems that far exceed the capabilities of today’s most powerful computers. What does this mean for business and how to prepare for it? What are the main… Read More »Making Sense of Quantum Computing for Business, with Andrew Shipilov, Denise Ruffner, & Kevin Eversmann
This lecture updates you with the recent developments in Ultracold Trapped Atomic, Molecular and Ionic systems. The lecture topics are categorized under four categories: 1. Trapped ion quantum computing and simulation 2. Rydberg systems 3. Ultracold molecules and mixtures 4.… Read More »Entanglement In Trapped-Ion Experiment Lecture
In this video, the Eigenbros discuss and reflect on qubit systems, particularly defect and Superconducting qubits. They also react to all the different types of qubit technologies that are being developed by tech giants such as IBM, IonQ, Microsoft.
Gokul Alex started working on Quantum Computers during his career in IBM in 2012. He has designed and developed Quantum Blood Filters in IBM Qiskit. He has worked on Quantum Dot Laser concepts during in engineering education days for the… Read More »A Brief History of Quantum Computing – Introduction by Gokul Alex