April 2-3, 2020   •   New York City  
The Future of
Quantum Computing,
Quantum Networking
and Quantum Sensors
Where Quantum Tech Means Business
Inside Quantum Technology NEW YORK
The World of Quantum Technology Business Opportunities

Quantum technology is developing rapidly, from fascinating science projects to use -cases to business development. Some quantum technologies are already earning money. According to Inside Quantum Technology’s research division, Quantum Key Distribution (QKD), will reach revenues of around $140 million in 2020 and the market for Quantum Computers will reach approximately $110 million at about the same time. Each quantum technology market segment is expected to go on to be worth millions of dollars annually within a few years. Quantum technology now embraces quantum computing, QKD, post-quantum cryptography (PQC) and quantum sensors; and of course, all the related software.

As these markets evolve Businesspeople and Professionals in the quantum technology field must keep track of the very latest information to make strategic choices. Inside Quantum Technology’s third quantum technology event will be held in New York, at one of the city’s most modern conference facilities. It will be a must-attend event for strategic planners, marketing executives, designers, products managers, engineers, investors, government executives, and others in the quantum technology field.

Inside Quantum Technology – New York will offer attendees 60 speakers from firms critical to the commercial evolution of quantum technology. There will also be an Exhibit space in which leading hardware and software firms, along with service providers will show off their latest products and strategies. Since New York is the center of the financial world and the business media, Exhibitors can expect to gain attention that will extend well beyond the Exhibit hall.

What Makes Inside Quantum Technology-NYC Special?

1. A seven-panel end-user symposium: Inside Quantum Technology – New York is a follow-on to our highly successful events in Boston and Europe in 2019. It reflects our strong belief that quantum technology has now reached a stage of maturity that makes the sharing of end user experiences extremely valuable to product designers, strategic planners and investors alike.

We have therefore built into the program for the New York event a seven-panel end-user symposium, with panelists that include pioneer users of quantum technology from financial services, aerospace, pharma and specialty chemical, healthcare, automotive and transportation, defense, telecom carriers, government and R&D. Attendees to this event will have the opportunity to learn more about the thinking of first quantum technology users; their deployments, successes and failures.

2. Investor-oriented events: An important focus of Inside Quantum Technology-New York will be investment. We include a special panel with savvy venture capitalists that are already active in the quantum technology space. At the conference they will discuss where they are investing and why. We also anticipate much talk on this panel about the fabled “quantum winter.”

Inside Quantum Technology will also host a Startup Competition for seed-stage Quantum Technology organizations or academic based groups. These groups will be able to pitch their respective startups to an audience of industry executives, quantum tech companies, VCs and other investors.

3. Unique market forecasts and analysis sessions: The Inside Quantum Technology organization consists of three groups. In addition, to our event group, we also incorporate an industry analysis group and a popular daily newsfeed.

Inside Quantum Technology is the only full-service market research and forecasting group providing regular reports on key quantum technology markets. Attendees will hear about the future potential of quantum technology through several sessions presented by Inside Quantum Technology analysts. These will include up-to-date forecasts of penetration and revenue generation. No other quantum technology event offers this feature.

4. Plenty of time to network, do deals, meet new customers and see new products: In addition to its educational function, Inside Quantum Technology – New York will help attendees make new colleagues and discuss new opportunities in the quantum technology space. We are making special provisions to enable attendees to network with speakers and other attendees to exchange experiences and conduct business.

Inside Quantum Technology – New York will be jointly organized with 3DR Holdings and QuTech which have also organized our other highly successful quantum technology events. It will be a major learning experience on how quantum technology is evolving, which marketing and deployment strategies are being pursued and which near-term steps will be taken by everyone from researchers to end users. Inside Quantum Technology – New York will provide comprehensive insights into the commercial future of all areas of quantum technology, presenting both opportunities available today and future applications for businesses and government.

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Credits: Nature Analysis, including data from Quantum Computing Report, Boston Consulting Group, Pitchbook And Crunchbase

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

(Forthcoming)

Reza
PQSecure - Co-founder and President

Panel 4: Post-quantum encryption software
4:25 PM April 2

Govinda
Biogen - Head of Computational Chemistry

Panel 2: Quantum technology for the materials sector: pharmaceuticals , the chemical industry, and oil and gas
9:55 AM April 3

Paolo
Airbus - Global R&T Cooperation Manager

Quantum technology for automotive, aerospace and transportation planning
10:50 AM April 3

Joseph
Vice President Strategy and Applied Sciences Department Head, SRI International, and Executive Director and Governing Board Chairman, The Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C)

Panel 2: US national quantum technology policy
2:45 PM April 3

Dr. William
General Dynamics Mission Systems - Technical Director Quantum R&D

Panel 3: Quantum technology for automotive, aerospace and transportation planning
10:50 AM April 3

Rachele
L3Harris Technologies - Principal Investigator

Panel 1: New quantum sensor technologies and materials
2:05 PM April 2

Jeff
Inside Quantum Technology - Senior Analyst

Panel 4: Quantum repeaters, quantum memories and trusted nodes
11:35 AM April 3

Whitfield
Public Key Encryption - Co-inventor

Crypto Crossroads: Betting on Non-Math Based Encryption as Quantum Computers Loom
10:35 AM April 2

Jacob
BASF Venture Capital - Investment Manager

Investor and Venture Capital Trends
11:35 AM April 2

Doug
Consulting Analyst, Inside Quantum Technology, and Managing Editor, Quantum Computing Report

Panel 4: Quantum computing hardware startups: What are the opportunities?
11:35 AM April 2

Terrill
Harrisburg University - Associate Professor of eBusiness and Cybersecurity

Panel 2: US national quantum technology policy
2:45 PM April 3

Lawrence
Inside Quantum Technology - President

Talk: Quantum Computing Hardware Forecasts
12:15 PM April 2

Christopher
ID Quantique - Director QKD solutions America

Panel 1: Second generation QKDs and QRNGs: New products and market forecasts
9:15 AM April 2

Carlos
BBVA - Chief R&D and Technology Officer - New digital business

Panel 4: Quantum technology in the banking and financial services
11:35 AM April 3

Fred de
Cyber Research Investment - Director

Investor and Venture Capital Trends
11:35 AM April 2

Himadri
VTT - Head of Customer Partnerships

Panel 4: Quantum computing hardware startups: What are the opportunities?
11:35 AM April 2

Mehdi
Qunnect - CEO

Panel 4: Quantum repeaters, quantum memories and trusted nodes
11:35 AM April 3

John
QuantumXchange - President and CEO

Crypto Crossroads: Betting on Non-Math Based Encryption as Quantum Computers Loom
10:35 AM April 2

John
Zyvex - President Zyvex Labs

Panel 4: Quantum computing hardware startups: What are the opportunities?
11:35 AM April 2

Dirk
Bayer LLC - Vice President Digital

Panel 2: Quantum technology for the materials sector: pharmaceuticals , the chemical industry, and oil and gas
9:55 AM April 3

Strangeworks - Founder and CEO

Investor and Venture Capital Trends
11:35 AM April 2

Oliver
BMW - Lead Future Computing Technologies

Quantum Computing: The Lessons Learned at BMW
10:30 AM April 3

David
Cambridge Quantum Computing - Head of Quantum Technologies

Panel 1: Second generation QKDs and QRNGs: New products and market forecasts
9:15 AM April 2

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Schedule
April 2nd, 2020
Conference (click for details)
8.30 am
Plenary: Keynotes
Symposium I: Quantum Computing Hardware
Symposium III: Quantum Networks
9:15 am
Panel 1: When will quantum supremacy arrive? What will it mean?
9:15 am
Panel 1: Second generation QKDs and QRNGs: New products and market forecasts

Speaker: Christopher Janes — ID Quantique - Director QKD solutions America

Speaker: David Worrall — Cambridge Quantum Computing - Head of Quantum Technologies

9:55 am
Panel 2: Whither quantum annealers?
9:55 am
Panel 2: Quantum-based cybersecurity in mobile networks and payment systems
10:35 am
Panel 3: Future uses of quantum simulators
10:35 am
Crypto Crossroads: Betting on Non-Math Based Encryption as Quantum Computers Loom

Speaker: John Prisco — QuantumXchange - President and CEO

Speaker: Whitfield Diffie — Public Key Encryption - Co-inventor

11:15 am
Coffee break
Symposium IV
11:35 am
Panel 4: Quantum computing hardware startups: What are the opportunities?

Speaker: John Randall — Zyvex - President Zyvex Labs

Speaker: Doug Finke — Consulting Analyst, Inside Quantum Technology, and Managing Editor, Quantum Computing Report

Speaker: Himadri Majumdar — VTT - Head of Customer Partnerships

11:35 am
Investor and Venture Capital Trends

Speaker: Jacob E. Grose — BASF Venture Capital - Investment Manager

Speaker: Fred de Leeuw — Cyber Research Investment - Director

Speaker: whurley — Strangeworks - Founder and CEO

12:15 pm
Talk: Quantum Computing Hardware Forecasts

Speaker: Lawrence Gasman — Inside Quantum Technology - President

12:35 pm
Lunch
Symposium II: Quantum Computing Software
Symposium V: Quantum Sensors
2:05 pm
Panel 1: Evolution of quantum computer operating systems: Proprietary or multi-vendor
2:05 am
Panel 1: New quantum sensor technologies and materials

Speaker: Rachele Cocks — L3Harris Technologies - Principal Investigator

2:45 pm
Panel 2: Applications software for quantum computers: Types and market prospects
2:45 pm
Talk: Quantum network applications and forecasts
3:25 pm
Coffee break
3:45 pm
Panel 3: AI, machine learning and quantum computing
3:45 pm
Panel 2: Atomic clocks: Quantum directions
4:25 pm
Panel 4: Post-quantum encryption software

Speaker: Reza Azarderaksh — PQSecure - Co-founder and President

4:25 pm
Panel 3: Quantum lidar and quantum radar
5.30 pm
Networking Reception
6.30 pm
Startup Forum
April 3rd, 2020
Conference (click for details)
8.30 am
Plenary: Keynotes
Symposium V: End Users and Applications
Symposium VI: Quantum Components and Materials
9:15 am
Panel 1: Quantum technology for healthcare: imaging, therapy and planning
9:15 am
Panel 1: Quantum processors -- architectures
9:55 am
Panel 2: Quantum technology for the materials sector: pharmaceuticals , the chemical industry, and oil and gas

Speaker: Govinda Bhisetti — Biogen - Head of Computational Chemistry

Speaker: Dirk Schapeler — Bayer LLC - Vice President Digital

9:55 am
Panel 2: Quantum processors -- materials
10:30 am
Quantum Computing: The Lessons Learned at BMW

Speaker: Oliver Wick — BMW - Lead Future Computing Technologies

10:50 am
Panel 3: Quantum technology for automotive, aerospace and transportation planning

Speaker: Dr. William Clark — General Dynamics Mission Systems - Technical Director Quantum R&D

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

10:50 am
Panel 3: New developments in cooling: components, materials and systems
11:15 am
Coffee break
11:35 am
Panel 4: Quantum technology in the banking and financial services

Speaker: Carlos Kuchkovsky Jimenez — BBVA - Chief R&D and Technology Officer - New digital business

11:35 am
Panel 4: Quantum repeaters, quantum memories and trusted nodes

Speaker: Mehdi Namazi — Qunnect - CEO

Speaker: Jeff De Bord — Inside Quantum Technology - Senior Analyst

12:35 pm
Lunch
Symposium V (part 2): End Users
Symposium VII: Policy, Regulation and Standards
2:05 pm
Panel 5: Quantum computing software for the financial services industry
2:05 pm
Panel 1: Quantum technology and the China question
2:45 pm
Panel 6: Quantum computing and optimization applications
2:45 pm
Panel 2: US national quantum technology policy

Speaker: Terrill Frantz — Harrisburg University - Associate Professor of eBusiness and Cybersecurity

Speaker: Joseph Broz — Vice President Strategy and Applied Sciences Department Head, SRI International, and Executive Director and Governing Board Chairman, The Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C)

3:25 pm
Coffee break
3:45 pm
Panel 7: Early users of QKD and quantum networks
3:45 pm
Panel 3: Quantum technology policy in Europe
4:25 pm
Panel 4: The quantum technology business worldwide: Where to next?
Exhibitors/Sponsors

(to date)

Media Sponsors

(to date)

Sponsor and Exhibit

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

Diamond Sponsor
(Two available)
$20,000
  • Speaking opportunity (if desired)
  • 15 Complimentary Conference tickets
  • One skirted 6’ table in a 10’ linear space (up to 8’ deep)
  • 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
(Two available)
$12,000
  • Speaking opportunity (if desired)
  • 10 Complimentary Conference tickets
  • One skirted 6’ table in a 10’ linear space (up to 8’ deep)
  • 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 8’ deep)
  • 3 complimentary conference tickets
  • Your logo on conference home page
  • Your logo and company description in the onsite conference program
  • Note: Start-Up Companies (companies established in the past year) are eligible for the Start-Up Table Top rate of $1800.
Sponsorship
Venue-Hotels

(Forthcoming)

Location

Inside Quantum Technology will be held on
April 2-3, 2020 located at:

Convene
237 Park Avenue

Hotels

Official hotels for Inside Quantum Technology New York are The Benjamin which is a three-minute walk to the Convene Conference Center. The Benjamin is located at 125 East 50th Street in Manhattan (on the corner of Lexington Avenue) and is close to Grand Central Station.

The Inside Quantum Technology special rate for rooms booked before 11 March is $329.00 per night plus applicable taxes. To book your room click here.

And Westin Grand Central which is a five - minute walk to the Convene Conference Center. The Westin is located at 212 East 42nd Street in Manhattan (between second and third Avenues)

The Inside Quantum Technology special rate for rooms booked before 11 March is $349.00 per night plus applicable taxes. To book your room click here.

ADDITIONAL LOCAL HOTELS

IQT New York has no official rate with these hotels which are within a few blocks of the Convene Conference Center 237 Park Avenue and in some cases will have less expensive room rates:

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