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March 19–21, 2019   •   Boston, MA   •   Hynes Convention Center
The Future of
Quantum Computing,
Quantum Cryptography
and Quantum Sensors
Registration is now closed!
Inside Quantum Technology
The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Sensors

This must-attend summit offers comprehensive insights into the commercial future of all areas of quantum technology presenting the opportunities available today and future applications in business and government. The conference offers over 30 expert speakers from the commercial, end-user, start-up, governmental and academic organizations. Attendees will learn about the latest quantum technology opportunities in areas such as financial services, pharma and specialty chemical, healthcare, automotive and transportation, defense, government and R&D.

While there are numerous technical conferences on the technical aspects of quantum technology, this summit is the first to focus on where the money will be made and lost as quantum technology is commercialized. The conference will consist of two major tracks: One covering the quantum computing industry and one the quantum cryptography sector. We have also found space to discuss the budding business of quantum sensors and quantum components. Lastly, there will also be two pre-conference workshops.

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Here’s what to expect:

  • Learn how quantum computing will take decision making in business and research to new levels of effectiveness as quantum computing makes a profound impact on AI, machine learning and Blockchain. Which companies and research institutions will take commercial quantum computing to the next level?
  • Gain insight into quantum cryptography’s role in protecting military, government and business secrets. What kind of information must be protected now and what can wait until quantum computing threats have evolved much further? Can the ultimate answer to quantum cryptography be found in quantum key distribution, or post quantum cryptography
  • Hear about the future potential of quantum technology through several sessions presented by IQT analysts, including up-to-date forecasts of penetration and revenue generation.
  • Obtain an improved understanding of the development of quantum sensor and quantum component technology, where it can expect to make money and learn what products are expected to succeed in years to come.
  • Receive clarity on government policy initiatives, funding programs and networking efforts designed to promote quantum technology in North America, Europe and Asia
  • Network with speakers and other attendees to exchange experiences and conduct business
About the Event

Quantum Computing
Hardware And Software

Specifically:

  • Hardware
  • Software
  • Clouds
  • Annealers

Quantum Computing
Applications

Specifically:

  • Drug and Material Design
  • Financial Services
  • Ai and Machine Learning
  • Simulation

Quantum Encryption And Quantum Networking

Specifically:

  • Key Distribution
  • Post-Quantum Cryptography
  • Networking
  • National Policy Issues

Quantum
Components

Specifically:

  • Sensors
  • Memories
  • Repeaters
Encryption
Sensors
Materials
Networking
Fintech
R&D
Defense
Aerospace
Machine Learning
Artificial Intelligence
Transportation
Healthcare
Venture Capital
Speakers

(To Date)

whurley
CEO - Strangeworks

March 20, 10:05 AM: Keynote 2

Dr. Reza
Founder and President - PQSecure Technologies

March 20, 2:40 PM: PQC software markets

Kiran
Founder - ProtectBox

March 19, 3:00 PM: Quantum Encryption Market Workshop
March 21, 11:35 AM: Blockchain and quantum technology

Paolo
Global R&T Cooperation Manager - Airbus

March 21, 11:35 AM: Airbus initiatives in quantum computing

Michael
CEO, QxBranch

March 21, 10:40 AM: Applications for Quantum Computing

Yudong
Co-Founder - Zapata Computing

March 19th, 1:30 PM: Quantum Computing Market Workshop

Edward “Denny”
Principal Research Scientist – D-Wave

March 20, 9:20 AM: Keynote 1

Jonathan
Hearne Chair Professor of Theoretical Physics and Co-Director of the Hearne Institute for Theoretical Physics, Louisiana State University

March 21, 9:10 AM: Keynote

Kees
Director of Business Development - QuTech

March 20, 1:50 PM: QuTech and the Quantum Computing Industry

Joseph
CEO of Quantum Benchmark and Professor of Applied Math at the University of Waterloo

March 20, 11:50 am: Challenges and opportunities on the roadmap to disruptive quantum computing
March 20, 3:45 PM: Evolution of quantum computing software

Nick
CEO – EeroQ Corporation

March 21, 2:15 PM: Core quantum technologies: Enablers for Cybersecurity and computing

Roberta
Director of Research, Envieta Systems

March 20th, 2:40 PM: PQC software markets

Doug
Consulting Analyst – Inside Quantum Technology

March 21, 10:40 AM: Post-Quantum Cryptography: A market Forecast

Lawrence
President - Inside Quantum Technology

March 20, 1:50 PM: Quantum networks: A worldwide survey
March 21, 2:55 PM: Quantum Sensors: Ten-Year Market Projections

Dr. Warren
VP of R&D - Qubitekk

March 20, 3:45 PM: QKD hardware markets

Dr. Arthur
Hudson Institute

March 21, 1:35 PM: Quantum technology and defense: Policies and Opportunities

Josh
Physicist/Quantum Software Development - Xanadu

March 20, 3:45 PM: Evolution of quantum computing software

Dr. Mark
Scientific Lead - Business Development - Cambridge Quantum Computing

March 20th, 11:50 AM: Quantum encryption market overview – is the threat real?

Elsa
Adjunct Fellow with the Technology and National Security Program - Center for a New American Security

March 21, 1:35 PM: Quantum technology and defense: Policies and Opportunities

Brian
VP America - ID Quantique SA

March 20, 1:50 PM: Quantum networks: A worldwide survey

Paul
VP of Sales & Business Development, Isara

March 20th, 11:50 AM: Quantum encryption market overview – is the threat real?
March 20th, 2:40 PM: PQC software markets

Michele
Institute of Quantum Computing - University of Waterloo

March 20, 3:45 PM: QKD hardware markets

Daniel
Creative Destruction Lab

March 20, 2:40 PM: Investment perspective on quantum computing

Wil
Founder and CEO – Bra-Ket Science

March 21st, 2:15 PM: Core quantum technologies: Enablers for cybersecurity and computing

Christopher
CEO - BraneCell

March 21, 10:40 AM: Applications for Quantum Computing

Ben
Director of Business Development – Quantum Computing at Microsoft

March 21, 9:55 AM: Keynote

John
President and CEO - QuantumXchange, Inc.

March 20, 3:45 PM: QKD Hardware Markets

Monica
Head of Research and Networks - Kadena

March 21, 11:35 AM: Blockchain and quantum technology

Travis
Quantum Computing Applications Researcher - IBM

March 20, 11:05 AM: Keynote 3

Wim
Head of Quantum Algorithms, QC Ware & Professor, UC Santa Barbara

March 20th, 3:45 PM: Evolution of quantum computing software

Michael
VP of Business Development - Zapata Computing

March 19, 1:30 PM: Quantum Computing Market Workshop

Schedule
March 19th, 2019
Workshops (complete details forthcoming)
11:00 am
Registration opens
1:30 pm
Quantum Computing Market Workshop

Speaker 1: Yudong Cao — Co-Founder - Zapata Computing

Speaker 2: Michael Warren — VP of Business Development - Zapata Computing

2:30 pm
Coffee Break
3:00 pm
Quantum Encryption Market Workshop

Speaker: Kiran Bhagotra — Founder - ProtectBox

(Ends at 4pm)

March 20th, 2019
Conference (complete details forthcoming)
8:00 am
Registration and continental breakfast
9:00 am
Welcome to the Conference

Lawrence Gasman & Alan Meckler

9:20 am
Keynote:

Speaker: Edward “Denny” Dahl — Principal Research Scientist - D-Wave

10:05 am
Keynote:

Speaker: whurley — CEO - Strangeworks

10:50 am
Coffee Break
11:05 am
Keynote:

Speaker: Travis Scholten — Quantum Computing Applications Researcher - IBM

Computing Track
Cybersecurity and
Quantum Networking Track
11:50 am
Challenges and opportunities on the roadmap to disruptive quantum computing

Speaker: Joseph Emerson — CEO of Quantum Benchmark and Professor of Applied Math at the University of Waterloo

11:50 am
Quantum encryption market overview – is the threat real?

Speaker 1: Dr. Mark Jackson — Scientific Lead – Business Development – Cambridge Quantum Computing

Speaker 2: Paul Lucier — VP of Sales & Business Development, Isara

12:35 am
Lunch
12:35 am
Lunch
1:50 pm
QuTech and the Quantum Computing Industry

Speaker: Kees Eijkel — Director of Business Development - QuTech

1:50 pm
Quantum networks: A worldwide survey

Speaker 1: Lawrence Gasman — President — Inside Quantum Technology

Speaker 2: Brian Lowy — VP America - ID Quantique SA

2:40 pm
Investment perspective on quantum computing

Speaker: Daniel Mulet — Creative Destruction Lab

2:40 pm
PQC software markets

Speaker 1: Roberta Faux — Director of Research, Envieta Systems

Speaker 2: Paul Lucier — VP of Sales & Business Development, Isara

Speaker 3: Dr. Reza Azarderakhsh — Founder and President - PQSecure Technologies

3:30 pm
Coffee break
3:30 pm
Coffee break
3:45 pm
Evolution of quantum computing software

Speaker 1: Wim Van Dam — Head of Quantum Algorithms, QC Ware & Professor, UC Santa Barbara

Speaker 2: Josh Izaac — Physicist/Quantum Software Development, Xanadu

Speaker 3: Joseph Emerson – CEO of Quantum Benchmark and Professor of Applied Math at the University of Waterloo

3:45 pm
QKD hardware markets

Speaker 1: John Prisco — President and CEO, QuantumXchange, Inc.

Speaker 2: Dr. Warren Grice — VP of R&D - Qubitekk

Speaker 3: Michele Mosca — Institute of Quantum Computing - University of Waterloo

5:00 pm
Cocktail reception (sponsored)
March 21st, 2019
Conference (complete details forthcoming)
8:00 am
Registration and continental breakfast
9:00 am
Welcome to the second day
9:10 am
Keynote:

Jonathan Dowling — Hearne Chair Professor of Theoretical Physics and Co-Director of the Hearne Institute for Theoretical Physics, Louisiana State University. Author of “Schrodinger’s Killer App: Race to Build the World’s First Quantum Computer”

9:55 am
Keynote:

Ben Porter — Director of Business Development – Quantum Computing at Microsoft

Computing Track
Cybersecurity and
Quantum Networking Track
10:40 am
Applications for Quantum Computing

Speaker 1: Christopher Papile — CEO - BraneCell

Speaker 2: Michael Brett — CEO, QxBranch

10:40 am
Post-Quantum Cryptography: A market Forecast

Speaker: Doug Finke — Consulting Analyst – Inside Quantum Technology

11:20 am
Coffee break
11:20 am
Coffee break
11:35 am
Airbus initiatives in quantum computing

Speaker 1: Paolo Bianco — Global R&T Cooperation Manager - Airbus

11:35 am
Blockchain and quantum technology

Speaker 1: Monica Quaintance — Head of Research and Networks - Kadena

Speaker 2: Kiran Bhagotra — Founder - ProtectBox

12:20 pm
Lunch
1:35 pm
Quantum technology and defense: Policies and Opportunities

Speaker 1: Elsa Kania — Adjunct Fellow with the Technology and National Security Program - Center for a New American Security

Speaker 2: Dr. Arthur Herman — Hudson Institute

2:15 pm
Core quantum technologies: Enablers for cybersecurity and computing

Speaker 1: Wil Oxford — Founder & CEO - Bra-Ket Science

Speaker 2: Nick Farina – CEO - EeroQ Corporation

2:55 pm
Quantum Sensors: Ten-Year Market Projections

Speaker: Lawrence Gasman — President — Inside Quantum Technology

3:35 pm
Summing up of conference
4:15 pm
Conference closes
Sponsor and Exhibit

Sponsorships are available to purchase by phone at (917) 403-6300 or through the contact form.

Diamond Sponsor
(Three available)
$15,000
  • Speaking opportunity (if desired)
  • 15 Complimentary Conference tickets
  • Up to 400 linear ft. of exhibition space (4 tables)
  • Screen projection loop of company name/logo between session in main conference room
  • Dedicated PR
  • Dedicated social media promotion
  • One lead generation email outreach to attendees
  • A corporate item in the attendee bag (other than a lanyard)

Your logo on:

Platinum Sponsor
(Three available)
$7,500
  • Speaking opportunity (if desired)
  • 5 Complimentary Conference tickets
  • Up to 200 linear ft. of exhibition space (2 tables)
  • Dedicated PR
  • Dedicated social media promotion
  • A corporate item in the attendee bag (other than a lanyard)

Your logo on:

Exhibit Space
Table Top
$3,000
  • One skirted 6’ table in a 10’ linear space (up to 10’ deep)
  • 8’ high back pipe and drape, ID sign (7” x 44”)
  • 3 complimentary conference tickets
  • Your logo on conference home page
  • Your logo and company description in the onsite conference program
Sponsorship
Venue-Hotels
Location

Inside Quantum Technology will be held on
March 19-21, 2019 located at:

Hynes Convention Center in Boston
900 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02115

(617) 954-2000

Hotel

Boston Marriott Copley Place
110 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02116

1-617-236-5800

Click below for discounted room rates

Sheraton Boston Hotel
39 Dalton Street, Boston, MA 02199

1-888-627-7054

Click below for discounted room rates, or call
1-888-627-7054 and mention group code IN2007

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