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Harald Krigström Tecpoint
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Patrik Sandgren Teknikföretagen
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Quantum computing and how it will revolutionize the industry

Digital seminar · August 23

Welcome to the IndTech Silicon Valley Quantum Talk!

Grab your favourite cup of coffee and enjoy listening in to an inspiring keynote giving you a glimpse into the future of Quantum Computing from Silicon Valley experts, and how it will disrupt various fields.

Quantum algorithms and circuits can be developed and tested much faster now, due to new storage and data compute options released by world leading software and hardware providers such as Nvidia, Google, and IBM. This, in combination with research from world leading universities gives Quantum Computing a “5 year or never” timeline.

In five years, experts believe the world will know what actors and what countries will be forefront in the field of Quantum Computing. Since 2018, the investments into Quantum Computing startups in Silicon Valley have sky rocked.

During this hour, you will be listening in to a keynote followed by a panel on how Quantum Computing in a few years can revolutionize industries, such as energy production and power grids, life science and pharma, logistics, manufacturing, and production.

Who are you?

You are probably working with strategic questions at a Swedish Industry Company curious about how emerging tech can impact your industry and have a high interest in international collaborations and in innovation.

Sam Stanwick, Prachi J. Vakharia and Marlou Slot.

Keynote

Sam Stanwick

Ph.D in Applied Physics from Stanford University

Ph.D Sam Stanwick is the Group Product Manager for Quantum Computing at NVIDIA and holds a Ph.D in Applied Physics from Stanford University. Prior to NVIDIA he worked as a Technical Lead at Rigetti Computing and a Senior Quantum Engineer at Keysight Technologies.

Learn more about Ph.D. Sam Stanwick and his Quantum Computing projects at NVIDIA. Read his blog or listen to this podcast.

Panel

Prachi J. Vakharia

Prachi V. lives and works in Washington DC, where she works on Autonomous Vehicles, V2X technologies, digital and shared mobility projects, EV modelling and charging infrastructure in DC, NY and LA. Today, she is building a National Guide for Adoption of E-Mobility, and is helping to establish the E-Mobility portfolio for AES, a Fortune 200 company.

Dr. Marlou Slot

Ph.D in Physics from Utrecht University

Marlou Slot is a condensed-matter physicist with a background in scanning probe microscopy on quantum materials. After having obtained her MSc at RWTH Aachen University (Germany) and PhD at Utrecht University with Ingmar Swart and Daniel Vanmaekelbergh (Netherlands), she currently works as a Postdoctoral Researcher in Joseph Stroscio’s lab at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg (USA).

Practical information

  • Date: Tuesday, 23 August 2022
  • Time: 17:00 - 18:30 CET · Add to your calendar
  • Place: Digital – a meeting link will be sent to registered participants