LOS ALAMITOS, California, 18 February 2022 – IEEE Quantum, the leading community for quantum technology conferences, research and education programs, today announced the launch of the Quantum Internet Summit.
This quantum internet conference will feature keynote presentations and expert talks by global business leaders. This one-day summit will take place online on 22 February 2022 from 10 am to 12:00 pm ET. To access the live broadcast, please click here.
In her recent 2021 Global Quantum Intellectual Property Report for investors, Maëva Ghonda, Chair, highlighted some of the latest innovations in quantum technologies. One such example is the patent awarded by Russia to Corning Inc., the American multinational company that specializes in optical physics, from Russia’s Patent Office — Patent No. RU 2744398 C2 — which is titled: “Quantum Memory Systems And Quantum Repeater Systems Containing Optical Apparatuses Made Of Doped Polycrystalline Ceramics And Methods Of Manufacture Thereof.”
“As public and private organizations boost investment funding to prepare for a scalable quantum internet, it is important that we continually share global quantum innovation trends and government policies that will greatly benefit senior leaders and decision makers,” said Maëva Ghonda, Global Quantum Computing Intellectual Property (IP) Expert, Quantum AI Institute Chair and Quantum AI Institute Podcast Host.
“U.S. public policy has begun to move in support of the building blocks of the quantum internet. I look forward to discussing those moves over the last four years, what new public policy efforts might be coming up, and prospects for the emerging private sector,” added Mr. Paul Dabbar, the CEO of Bohr Quantum Technology and Former Under Secretary for Science of the United States Department of Energy.
Following Maëva Ghonda’s Welcome Remarks, the Quantum Internet Summit will feature presentations by Keynote Speakers as well as Industry Experts.
- Maëva Ghonda, Chair, Quantum AI Institute
- Paul Dabbar, CEO, Bohr Quantum Technology and Former Under Secretary for Science, United States Department of Energy
- “The Path to the Quantum Internet: Public Policy, National Initiatives and Private Sector First Steps”
- Noel Goddard, CEO, Qunnect Inc.
- “The Path to Scalable Distributed Entanglement Networks”
- Mathias Van den Bossche, Quantum Technology Roadmap Leader and Director of Research, Development and Product Policy, Thales Alenia Space
- “Satellite Quantum Information Networks: Use Cases, Architecture and Roadmap”
- Andrew Lord, Senior Manager of Optical Networks and Quantum Research, BT
- “Implementing Commercial Quantum Networks and the Bridge to a Future Quantum Internet”
For additional information and event registration, please visit the conference website.
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