World Experts will Discuss Quantum Technology Markets and their Impact on the World Economy
Those who invest in quantum technology: the management of Google, Rigetti and Airbus, as well as the Skolkovo Foundation and Gazprombank, with the participation of the head of the European Quantum Program and the World Economic Forum, will discuss quantum technologies and their impact on the economy global in the world.
Russian Quantum Center, Roskung Foundation and Rosatom State Foundation announce the Fourth International Manifesto online as part of the Kvant of the Future project.
June 25 at 18:00 Moscow on the YouTube channel of the Russian Quantum Center will hold the fourth discussion “Quantum technology markets: who invests in them and why?” . Speakers will discuss key markets for quantum technologies, the creation of start-ups, existing companies in the field of quantum sensors, communications and computing, as well as major international quantum programs and their role in promoting high-tech commercial products based on quantum effects. .
The supervisor will be Ruslan Yunosov, head of the Rosatom project to create a quantum computer in Russia. All speakers will be connected to the discussion remotely via the Zoom service, and the public will be able to ask their questions live.
List of participants for the fourth debate (June 25 at 6 pm):
- Hartmuth Nevenen – Technical Director at Google Corporation, head of development for several key technologies at the company, including robotics, human-to-human interfaces, quantum artificial intelligence, etc.
- Thierry Botter – Head of Quantum Technology at Airbus, Head of Airbus Blue Sky, Strategic Development Consultant as part of the European Commission Quantum Teams.
- Tommaso Kalako – Author and one of the leaders of the European Development Program of the Cantum Quantum Technology Center, Professor Jülich Research Center.
- Dmitry Zauers – Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of Gazprompank JSC.
- Arkady Dvorkovich – Head of Skolkovo Enterprise.
“Quantum Technologies is invested by national governments (USA, China, Great Britain, Russia, Singapore, Australia, India, Japan) and private companies (Google, IBM, Microsoft, Alibaba, Amazon). research universities form many spin-offs and startups that attract large investments.
So, for example, ID Quantique, whose transaction with the Korean telecom operator SK was estimated at $ 130 million, arose from a scientific group at the University of Geneva. There are more and more stories of this type and it is being done all over the world. This is a global competition that takes place at all levels. “
A series of online meetings is supported by ICR-Media and Friends for Biariative Leadership in partnership with PGBGroup2.0 and Popular Science Publishing N+1.
The first meeting, “Quantum Computations: Answers to Global Calls”, took place on June 4th. Participants discussed the global challenges that a quantum computer could answer.
Speakers for this discussion were: Ekaterina Solntseva – Director of Digitalization at State Corporation “Rosatom”; Urbushi Senchi – one of the two ideologists of launching quantum software in India; Boris Altuschuler – Lead Quantum Technology Consultant at Google;
Dzhanfranko Basty – Professor of Philosophy and Science at LATERA University; Fedor Lukyanov is director of scientific work at the Valdai International Compitip Club and editor-in-chief of the Journal Russia in World Politics.
The second discussion, “Quantum Communications: Future Future”, took place on June 11th. Respected global scientists as well as business representatives discussed the prospects and advantages of quantum technologies for fast and secure communications.
Guest speakers include: Arthur Eckert, a pioneer in the field of quantum communication, Professor of Quantum Physics at the University of Oxford Institute of Mathematics, Director of the Center for Quantum Technologies at the National University of Singapore; Sean Kvac, Executive Vice President of Innovation at ID Quantique, a leading developer of quantum communication devices.
Urbushi Sinha, Mastermind of $1.12 billion quantum software launch in India, Professor Raman Research Institute (RRI), India; Feihu Su, Professor, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC); Alexey Fedorov, Head of the Kvante Information Technologies Scientific Group at the Russian Quantum Center, Founder and Director of the QAPP Project; Pavel Dorozhkin, Deputy Head of Quantum Communications, Russian Railways.
Third discussion “Can quantum technologies give us immortality?” Approved on June 18. Participants discussed the prospects of increasing duration and improving quality of life.
Guest speakers for the online sessions are: Eismar, President of the Association of German Research Centers named after Helmholtz, Chairman of the Board and Scientific Member of the German Fund of Oncology Centers; Gleb Sukhorukov – Professor of Biomedical Technologies at the University of London, Queen Mary (Great Britain);
Antonio Malgaroli Bofors, from the University of San Rafael (Italy), specialized in the study of the human brain; Vittorio Sebastiano – Associate Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine (USA), investigated the regeneration of human cells; David Verdizzi is an anthropologist, author of The Breakthrough Methodology, based on studies of world religions and the latest discoveries in quantum physics and neuroscience; Maxim Ostraos – Project Manager at the Russian Quantum Center M-Granat for the development of sensitive magnetic sensors for medical applications.