Quantum Industry Day in Switzerland, Zurich, Switzerland, 4 October 2019

Quantum Industry Day in Switzerland, co-organised by ID Quantique, is back for 2019. You can now save the date!

Significant private and public investments are continuing to push quantum technologies out of the laboratory and into real-world applications. Leading enterprises are playing a key role in this revolution; not only researching, designing and manufacturing these enabling technologies, but also providing  the commercial know-how to bring them to market.

Co-organised by IBM Research, ID Quantique, Zurich Instruments, NCCR QSIT and Euresearch, Quantum Industry Day in Switzerland gathers key stakeholders from the worlds of academia and industrial R&D to foster an exchange of ideas and accelerate the development of new quantum products.

Once again you can expect a rich programme, covering the areas of quantum computing, quantum sensing, quantum instrumentation and quantum communication.

After the morning conferences you will be able to book meetings at the face-to-face (“speed-dating”) session (from 12:00 to 14:00) and join one of the four workshops in the afternoon.

View the full agenda here.

Registrations will open shortly, so be sure to save the date.

Like to meet us at the event? Click here to book a meeting

Join IDQ’s afternoon sessions

Sessions on Quantums-Safe Security

14:00 – Quantum Threat… and quantum Solutions: how can quantum technologies be integrated into a quantum-safe security infrastructure, presented by Kelly Richdale, EVP Quantum-Safe Security, ID Quantique

14:30 – Integrating Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) for Data Center Interconnect Optical Transport Networks deployments, presented by Patrick Scully, Product Line Manager, Ciena

15:30 – Quantum-Safe Security in telecommunications, presented by Deutsche Telekom (speaker TBC)

16:00 – Demonstration of Quantum Cryptography & Quantum Random Number Generation, by Arnaud Camandona, Engineering, ID Quantique

Sessions on Quantum Sensors

15:30 – ID Quantique’s single-photon OTDR for integrity and performance monitoring of Ariane 6 opto-pyrotechnic system, presented by Laurent Mazo, ArianeGroup

 

 

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