“[IQT]...has quickly become the quantum industry’s leading conference.” —ZDNET

Inside Quantum Technology
Quantum Cybersecurity, Networking & Sensors


IQT NYC
October 24-26, 2023


the world’s QUANTUM CYBERSECURITY, NETWORKING & SENSORS event

  • 3 Days (In-Person)
  • 100+ Speakers
  • 34 Sessions
  • New Exhibit Hall Overlooking the Hudson River

Diamond Overall Conference Sponsor

IBM Quantum

Diamond Day Sponsor (October 26th)

Platinum Sponsors: (to date)

IQT New York 2023 is devoted to three days of coverage of quantum cybersecurity, quantum networking and quantum sensors. This must-attend event will be held October 24-26 at the Conference Center in New York City with a new sky-level exhibition space overlooking the Hudson River and the Intrepid Aircraft Carrier.

IQT New York is a 100% in-person only conference, offering 30+ sessions and 100+ speakers, and is New York’s quantum event. In addition to our usual topics, IQT New York 2023 will feature panels on the hottest areas in quantum such as Quantum AI, QKD-over-Satellite, Quantum Sensing in Healthcare, and the Emergence of the Quantum Internet. There will also be a new session on the Manufacturing of Quantum Systems.

Attendees at IQT New York 2023 will leave the event with the deepest understanding of the future of quantum technology. This conference brings together corporate management, entrepreneurs, end users, technology providers, infrastructure partners, researchers and investors who are looking for business opportunities in the quantum ecosystem. IQT New York 2023 takes place October 24-26 at The Conference Center, 636 11th Ave. (between 46th & 47th St.) in New York City.

Vertical Topic Schedule

(subject to change)

Exclusive Sponsorships as well as the Overall Sponsorship for the entire event available for each of the topics, apply here.

  • Day 1, October 24th

  • Forecasts, Funding and Management

  • Quantum Market Growth: Quantum Cybersecurity

  • Session 1: Future Commercialization of PQC: Beyond NIST

  • Session 2: Quantum Cybersecurity Hardware: The Good the Bad and the Users

  • Quantum Technology Adoption

  • Session 3: The Case for Quantum: End User Perspectives

  • Networking cocktail reception

  • Qunnect facility tour (details coming soon!)

  • Day 2, October 25th

  • Market Growth: What's Next in Quantum Technology

  • Session 4: Emerging Quantum Sensor Technologies: Products and Trends

  • Session 5: New Directions for Quantum Technology
    Quantum Delft

    Topic Sponsor

  • Quantum Technology Adoption

  • Session 6: New Directions for Regulation and Policy

  • Forecasts, Funding and Management

  • Day 3, October 26th

  • Quantum Technology Adoption

  • Session 7: Quantum Communications Markets: Towards the Quantum Internet
    Toshiba

    Topic Sponsor

  • Forecasts, Funding and Management

  • Market Growth

  • Session 8: Software Opportunities for Quantum Computing

  • Conference Closes

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According to IQT Research the global quantum technology market is now growing at 35% annually. Big pharma sees quantum computers as the perfect tool to model complex drugs. Large financial institutions views quantum computers as a way to better optimize portfolios and conduct currency arbitrage. IQT Research believes that all top companies in these industries will have access to quantum computing by 2030. But quantum computers have a dark side too — the ability to crack common encryption schemes. By 2025 the quantum cybersecurity sector is expected to generate $2.2 billion and even today it is a vibrant business.

IQT Research also points to $590 million in expenditures anticipated for quantum networks on the way to a future Quantum Internet. Also expected are similar revenues from the budding quantum sensor business, which will speed up oil and gas discovery, improve construction and lead to new medical imaging modalities.

What Sectors Should Attend

Quantum-Safe Environments
Quantum Computing in the Data Center
Materials & Drug Discovery
QKD & Quantum Networking
Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC)
Cryptocurrency
Quantum Computing
QRNGs
Quantum Clouds
Quantum Sensors
Essential Infrastructure
AI & Machine Learning
Healthcare
Fintech
R&D
Defense & Intelligence
Oil & Gas
Aerospace
Automotive
Venture Capital
Government Policy and National Security Issues
Construction

IQTNYC AND ADDITIONAL SENSOR EMPHASIS

“We are now seeing a new breed of quantum sensor firm emerge — ready and able to tap into the new markets including healthcare, military, construction, and others. These new firms have all the R&D and IP emphasis of start-ups in other parts of the quantumsphere. IQTNYC will be devoting an entire session to quantum sensors with talks and panels on the new quantum sensor technology and applications.”

—Lawrence Gasman (IQT RESEARCH)

Speakers

(to date)

Clarice

Aiello

Assistant Professor, Quantum Biology Tech (QuBiT) Lab, UCLA

Riccardo

Bassoli

Assistant Professor, Technische Universität Dresden
Co-founder and Managing Director, QcomBIT GmbH

Catarina

Bastos

Account Manager for Defence, Deimos Engenharia

Vince

Berk

Chief Revenue and Strategy Officer, Quantum Xchange

Lubjana

Beshaj

Research Scientist, Army Cyber Institute
Associate Professor, West Point

Zizwe

Chase

Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois Chicago

Dan

Chebot

Quantum Sensing Manager, Americas, ID Quantique

Hyeongrak (Chuck)

Choi

Postdoctoral Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Jose

Coello

Director and Chief Scientific Officer, Crypta Labs Ltd.

Scott

Crowder

Vice President, Quantum Adoption and Business Development, IBM

Mark

Danchak

Managing Partner, General Innovation Capital

Étienne

De Montigny

Defense Scientist, Defense Research and Development Canada, Department of National Defense

Kees

Eijkel

Business Development Director, QuTech, Delft University of Technology Conference Chairperson

Rozhin

Eskandarpour

Founder and CEO, Resilient Entanglement

Eden

Figueroa-Barragan

Associate Professor at Stony Brook University and Joint Appointment at Brookhaven National Laboratory

Doug

Finke

Chief Content Officer, Global Quantum Intelligence
Managing Editor, Quantum Computing Report

Jonah

Force Hill

Head of U.S. Federal Business Development & Government Affairs, Xanadu

Hrant

Gharibyan

Co-founder and CEO, BlueQubit

Maëva

Ghonda

Chair, Quantum AI Institute
Senior Fellow, HQS Quantum Simulations

Kenna

Hughes-Castleberry

Staff Writer, IQT News

Poolad

Imany

Founder and CEO, Icarus Quantum Inc.

Jim

Ingraham

Vice President, Strategic Research Division, EPB

Christopher

Janes

Director, QKD Solutions America, ID Quantique

Yoann

Jestin

CEO and co-founder, Ki3 Photonics

Konstantinos

Karagiannis

Hoon

Kim

Ravi

Kumar

Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Atomionics

Olivia

Lanes

Global Lead and Manager, Quantum Advocacy, IBM

Anthony

Lawrence

Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), VOR Technology and Light Rider

Anton

Lebedev

Scientific Assistance and HPC Software Engineer, Hartree Center, Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC)

David

Levonian

Sr. Research Scientist, Quantum Networking, AWS

Tom

Lubowe

Product Manager, Quantum Computing Libraries, NVIDIA

Nardo

Manaloto

Managing Partner, Qubits Ventures

Celia

Merzbacher

Executive Director, Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C)

Annika

Möslein

Technical Project Manager, Quantum Dice

Mehdi

Namazi

Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer, Qunnect Inc.

Stefan

Natu

Head of Product Management, AWS Quantum Technologies

Rima

Oueid

Senior Commercialization Executive, United States Department of Energy

Wil

Oxford

Founder and CEO, Anametric

Edward

Parker

Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation

Damien

Petty

Ravi

Pillarisetty

Senior Research Scientist, Intel

Nick

Polk

Senior Advisor to the Federal Chief Information Security Officer, White House Office of Management and Budget

John

Prisco

President and Chief Executive Officer, Safe Quantum Incorporated

Satyam

Priyadarshy

Technology Fellow and Chief Data Scientist, Halliburton

Del

Rajan

Quantum Computing Research Scientist, HSBC Lab

Saif

Rayyan

Quantum Computational Science Research Manager, IBM

Gerhard

Rempe

Director, Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics

Francesco

Ricciuti

Wolfgang

Rohde

Director of Research, Digital Manufacturing, Siemens Digital Industries Software

David

Roy-Guay

Co-Founder and CEO, SBQuantum

Skip

Sanzeri

Founder, Board Chair, and COO, QuSecure

Gina

Scinta

Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies

Patrick

Scully

Director, Product Line Management, Converged Packet Optical Division, Ciena

Javad

Shabani

Associate Professor of Physics / Director, Center for Quantum Information Physics (CQIP), New York University

Sarah

Sheldon

Senior Manager, Quantum Theory and Capabilities, PRSM, IBM

Stephanie

Simmons

Founder and Chief Quantum Officer, Photonic

Catherine

Simondi

Paul

Stimers

Partner, Public Policy & Regulation Group, Holland & Knight

Bob

Sutor

Chief Quantum Advocate, Infleqtion

Jakub

Szefer

Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering, Yale University

Connor

Teague

Head of Quantum Computing - Talent Partner, Quantum Futures

Willemijn

Uilhoorn

Stefan

Woerner

Principal Research Scientist
Manager, Quantum Computational Science
IBM Quantum, IBM Research Europe – Zurich

Michael

Wood

Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), Aliro Quantum

Zhanet

Zaharieva

Co-founder and COO, Quantum Dice

Elton

Zhu

Director, Quantum Research, Fidelity Center for Applied Technology

Schedule

9:05 AM
Conference Opening

Speaker: Kees Eijkel - Business Development Director, QuTech, Delft University of Technology Conference Chairperson

9:10 AM
Conference Keynote: Accelerating Quantum Readiness with Crypto-Agility

Speaker: Scott Crowder - Vice President, Quantum Adoption and Business Development, IBM

Forecasts, Funding and Management
9:40 AM
Special Talk: Quantum Hardware at Intel

Speaker: Ravi Pillarisetty - Senior Research Scientist, Intel

Quantum Market Growth: Quantum Cybersecurity
9:55 AM - 11:40 AM
Session 1: Future Commercialization of PQC: Beyond NIST One of the biggest quantum events in the past year was NIST's selection of PQC algorithms, with the promise of draft standards in 2024. This choice has lowered the barriers to entry in the PQC market and will result in new firms rushing into the market. This session will provide insight on how the PQC market will evolve, with a special focus on which PQC markets and products will take off first. We will explore the evolution of PQC from both the perspective of NIST and from the point of view of the most innovative PQC firms, both large and small.
9:55 AM
Talk 1.1: Anti-Virus Technology for Quantum Computers

Speaker: Jakub Szefer - Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering, Yale University

10:10 AM
Panel 1.1: PQC: Evolution of Applications

Moderator: Reza Azarderakhsh - CEO and Founder of PQSecure and Professor at FAU

Speaker 1: Skip Sanzeri - Founder, Board Chair, and COO, QuSecure

Speaker 2: Rafael Misoczki - Cryptographer, Meta

10:35 AM
Talk 1.2: Challenges, Complexities and Preparation for PQC Migration

Speaker: Chris Hickman - Chief Security Officer, Keyfactor

10:50 AM
Talk 1.3: Hardware IPs for PQC and CHIPS Act

Speaker: Reza Azarderakhsh - CEO and Founder of PQSecure and Professor at FAU

11:05 AM
Special Talk: The Quantum Technology Industry: Market Predictions

Speaker: Lawrence Gasman - President, IQT Research

11:25 PM
Talk 1.4: The Current State of Quantum Security

Speaker: Gina Scinta - Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies

11:40 AM - 12:55 PM
Lunch Break in the Exhibit Hall
12:55 PM - 2:30 PM
Session 2: Quantum Cybersecurity Hardware: The Good, the Bad and the Users This session focuses on QKD and QRNGs and will be especially concerned with how these two quantum cybersecurity technologies/products can differentiate themselves and succeed in the market. One issue that we will explore is if how QKD chips will expand the quantum cybersecurity business. We will also explore the incorporation of quantum technology into HSMs, an interesting new direction for quantum cybersecurity. We anticipate that the speakers will include both the vendors of quantum cybersecurity hardware and the firms that are considering using them.
12:55 PM
Talk 2.1: Why Entropy is more valuable than BITCOIN

Speaker: Anthony Lawrence - Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), VOR Technology and Light Rider

1:10 PM
Panel 2.1: Minding The Gap: Corporate Quantum Cybersecurity Actions while we wait for NIST and FIPS

Moderator: Michael Redding - CTO, Quantropi

Speaker 1: Wolfgang Rohde - Director of Research, Digital Manufacturing, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Speaker 2: Carlos Abellán - Co-Founder and CEO, Quside Technologies S.L.

1:35 PM
Talk 2.2: Quantum Random Number Services

Speaker: Jose Coello - Director and Chief Scientific Officer, Crypta Labs Ltd.

1:50 PM
Panel 2.2: Simulation, QRNGs and Monte Carlo

Moderator: Zhanet Zaharieva - Co-founder and COO, Quantum Dice

Speaker 1: Annika Möslein - Technical Project Manager, Quantum Dice

Speaker 2: Ramy Shelbaya - Co-founder and CEO, Quantum Dice

Speaker 3: Del Rajan - Quantum Computing Research Scientist, HSBC Lab

2:15 PM
Talk 2.3: Keep It Simple: Considerations for Enterprise Grade QKD in Real World Environments

Speaker: Nir Bar-Lev - CEO, QuantLR

2:30 PM - 2:50 PM
Afternoon Break and Refreshments in the Exhibit Hall
Quantum Technology Adoption
2:50 PM - 5:10 PM
Session 3: The Case for Quantum: End User Perspectives This session will examine the deployment of quantum technology in a variety of key industry sectors; the industries that are proving to be the quantum pioneers. The session will begin will an overview of quantum cyber security deployment in the enterprise and then take a look at quantum in the financial services and materials/pharma sectors. It will conclude with a discussion for in-premises quantum computers and what we might do with them. The story will be told from the perspective of both the quantum technology industry and the end-users themselves.
2:50 PM
Panel 3.1: The Case for Quantum Cybersecurity in the Enterprise

Moderator: John Prisco - President and Chief Executive Officer, Safe Quantum Incorporated

Speaker 1: Ramy Shelbaya - Co-founder and CEO, Quantum Dice

Speaker 2: Vince Berk - Chief Revenue and Strategy Officer, Quantum Xchange

Speaker 3: Rima Oueid - Senior Commercialization Executive, United States Department of Energy

Speaker 4: Christopher Janes - Director, QKD Solutions America, ID Quantique

3:15 PM
Panel 3.2: Quantum Computing in Pharma and Materials Science

Moderator: Christopher Bishop - Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

Speaker 1: Zoran Krunic - Sr. Manager Data Science, AMGEN

Speaker 2: Shahar Keinan - CEO, Polaris Quantum Biotech

Speaker 3: Saif Rayyan - Quantum Computational Science Research Manager, IBM

3:40 PM
Talk 3.1: A Pseudo-Asymmetric Cryptographic Quantum Protocol

Speaker: Lubjana Beshaj - Research Scientist, Army Cyber Institute
Associate Professor, West Point

3:55 PM
Panel 3.3: Quantum Technology in the Military

Moderator: Anthony Lawrence - Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), VOR Technology and Light Rider

Speaker 1: Edward Parker - Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation

Speaker 2: Étienne De Montigny - Defense Scientist, Defense Research and Development Canada, Department of National Defense

Speaker 3: Catarina Bastos - Account Manager for Defence, Deimos Engenharia

4:20 PM
Panel 3.4: Quantum Technology in the Energy Industry

Moderator: Doug Finke - Chief Content Officer, Global Quantum Intelligence
Managing Editor, Quantum Computing Report

Speaker 1: Satyam Priyadarshy - Technology Fellow and Chief Data Scientist, Halliburton

Speaker 2: Rozhin Eskandarpour - Founder and CEO, Resilient Entanglement

4:45 PM
Panel 3.5: Quantum, Training and the Workforce

Moderator: Christopher Bishop - Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

Speaker 1: Olivia Lanes - Global Lead and Manager, Quantum Advocacy, IBM

Speaker 2: Connor Teague - Head of Quantum Computing - Talent Partner, Quantum Futures

Speaker 3: Zizwe Chase - Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois Chicago

5:10 PM
Special Talk: How a Telecom Quantum-Safe Footprint will Shape the Future

Speaker 1: Chloe Ryu - Manager, Quantum Americas, SK Telecom

Speaker 2: Catherine Simondi - VP Marketing & Communications, ID Quantique

5:45 PM
Wrap-up Discussion and Highlights for Wednesday
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Welcome Reception
9:05 AM
Recap of Yesterday - Plan for Today
Market Growth: What's Next in Quantum Technology
9:10 AM - 10:30 AM
Session 4: Emerging Quantum Sensor Technologies: Products and Trends If quantum clocks and PAR sensors count, quantum sensors are the most mature of all quantum technologies. However, in the past few years, exciting new applications for quantum sensors have begun to emerge. Quantum sensors in medical imaging remain controversial, but the role of quantum sensors in location-finding services and self-driving vehicles seem assured. We also note that the structure of the quantum sensor industry is changing and becoming an area of interest for some of the largest quantum technology firms. In this session, we discuss the opportunities resulting from all this change. How much revenue potential does the quantum sensor business really have?
9:10 AM
Talk 4.1: Building a Quantum Platform for Sensor Applications

Speaker: Mathieu Munsch - CEO, Co-Founder, Qnami

9:30 AM
Panel 4.1: R&D Directions for Quantum Sensors

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman - President, IQT Research

Speaker 1: David Roy-Guay - Co-Founder and CEO, SBQuantum

Speaker 2: Ravi Kumar - Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Atomionics

Speaker 3: Nardo Manaloto - Managing Partner, Qubits Ventures

10:00 AM
Talk 4.2: Future of Quantum - Enhanced Image Sensors

Speaker: Hoon Kim - Founder and CEO, SeeDevice Inc.

10:15 AM
Talk 4.3: Quantum Sensing at IDQ

Speaker: Dan Chebot - Quantum Sensing Manager, Americas, ID Quantique

10:30 AM
Women in Quantum Technology

Moderator: Kenna Hughes-Castleberry - Staff Writer, IQT News

Speaker 1: Olivia Lanes - Global Lead and Manager, Quantum Advocacy, IBM

Speaker 2: Maëva Ghonda - Chair, Quantum AI Institute
Senior Fellow, HQS Quantum Simulations

Speaker 3: Clarice Aiello - Assistant Professor, Quantum Biology Tech (QuBiT) Lab, UCLA

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Lunch Break in the Exhibit Hall
12:15 PM - 2:25 PM
Session 5: New Directions for Quantum Technology This session covers some of the major open issues that will have to be resolved as the quantum technology market takes off. These include relatively technical matters such as quantum cloud, hybrid quantum computing and the ubiquitous quantum supremacy issue. The session will also take a look at the question of whether AI will emerge as a major application in the quantumsphere and how the manufacturing of quantum devices can be expected to improve in the future. The panelists will include some of the leading engineers and strategic thinkers involved with these issue.
12:15 PM
Session Keynote: Future Directions in Quantum Networking

Speaker: Wojciech Kozlowski - Quantum Network Engineer, QuTech

12:35 PM
Panel 5.1: Quantum Technology and AI

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman - President, IQT Research

Speaker 1: Tom Lubowe - Product Manager, Quantum Computing Libraries, NVIDIA

Speaker 2: Hrant Gharibyan - Co-founder and CEO, BlueQubit

Speaker 3: Stefan Woerner - Principal Research Scientist
Manager, Quantum Computational Science
IBM Quantum, IBM Research Europe – Zurich

1:10 PM
Talk 5.1: Building the Innovation Flywheel for Quantum Technologies

Speaker: Stefan Natu - Head of Product Management, AWS Quantum Technologies

1:30 PM
Talk 5.2: Bohr Quantum: A Path to the Quantum Internet

Speaker: Paul Dabbar - CEO and Co-Founder, Bohr Quantum Technologies

1:45 PM
Spotlight: IBM's Practical Success with Smaller QCs: The Nature Paper

Speaker: Sarah Sheldon - Senior Manager, Quantum Theory and Capabilities, PRSM, IBM

2:00 PM
Panel 5.2: Perspectives on Manufacturing Hardware

Moderator: Celia Merzbacher - Executive Director, Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C)

Speaker 1: John Levy - Co-founder and CEO, Seeqc

Speaker 2: Javad Shabani - Associate Professor of Physics / Director, Center for Quantum Information Physics (CQIP), New York University

2:25 PM - 2:45 PM
Afternoon Break and Refreshments in the Exhibit Hall
Quantum Technology Adoption
2:45 PM - 4:10 PM
Session 6: New Directions for Regulation and Policy The policy environment for quantum is diverse and evolving. In this Session we will bring together topics such as government funding, export controls and national security matters. Speakers will include government executives and policy experts as well as representatives of private firms with special regulatory responsibilities. This session will also take a look at quantum regulation outside of the US.
2:45 PM
Panel 6.1: US Quantum Policy: National Programs and Funding

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman - President, IQT Research

Speaker 1: Paul Dabbar - CEO and Co-Founder, Bohr Quantum Technologies

Speaker 2: Jonah Force Hill - Head of U.S. Federal Business Development & Government Affairs, Xanadu

3:10 PM
Talk 6.1: Transitioning the U.S. Government to Quantum Safe Cryptography: What We’ve Learned So Far

Speaker: Nick Polk - Senior Advisor to the Federal Chief Information Security Officer, White House Office of Management and Budget

3:25 PM
Talk 6.2: Quantum Information Science at the Air Force Research Laboratory

Speaker: Michael Hayduk - Deputy Director, Information Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory

3:40 PM
Talk 6.3: White House NSM-10 and How it will Affect the Private Sector in 2024

Speaker: Konstantinos Karagiannis - Director, Quantum Computing Services, Protiviti

3:55 PM
Talk 6.4: Reauthorizing the National Quantum Initiative

Speaker: Paul Stimers - Partner, Public Policy & Regulation Group, Holland & Knight

Forecasts, Funding and Management
4:10 PM
Special Panel: Quantum Technology Executive Roundtable This special panel comprises CTOs and CEOs from some of the leading quantum technology firms. They will discuss the "big picture" in quantum technology including such matters as product roadmaps, key business challenges, the role of government funding, recruitment, etc.

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman - President, IQT Research

Speaker 1: Bob Sutor - Chief Quantum Advocate, Infleqtion

Speaker 2: Noel Goddard - CEO, Qunnect

Speaker 3: Gina Scinta - Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies

Speaker 4: Mark Solomon - Vice President, IonQ

4:45 PM - 5:35 PM
Special Session: Quantum Investment Outlook: VCs and the Future This session will look at the role of venture capitalists in the quantum technology sector. What sectors of quantum technology will they investing in and what do they see as reasonable time frames for profitability? This special session will include some of the most active VCs in the quantum sector.
4:45 PM
Discussion: The Future of Venture Capital in the Quantum Sector

Speaker 1: Ton van 't Noordende - Managing Director, QDNL Participations

Speaker 2: William Zeng - Partner, Quantonation

5:10 PM
Panel 1: How VCs make Quantum Sector Investments

Moderator: Ton van 't Noordende - Managing Director, QDNL Participations

Speaker 1: Francesco Ricciuti - VC Associate, Runa Capital

Speaker 2: Mark Danchak - Managing Partner, General Innovation Capital

Speaker 3: Damien Petty - Partner, Morpheus Ventures

5:35 PM
Wrap-up Discussion and Highlights for Thursday
9:00 AM
Recap of Yesterday - Plan for Today
9:05 AM
Diamond Networking Keynote: Practical Distribution of Useful Entanglement

Speaker: Mehdi Namazi - Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer, Qunnect Inc.

Quantum Technology Adoption
9:30 AM - 11:55 AM
Session 7: Quantum Networking Markets: Towards the Quantum Internet This session will emphasize the business reasons for building networks. The panels will answer the question — why build quantum Internets in the first place; what applications will it support? The session will also deal with the technology of quantum networking — notably repeaters. The speakers for this session will include leading thinkers in the quantum networking space, as well as executives from the leading firms developing quantum networking products.
9:30 AM
Session Keynote: Quantum Networking Markets: Towards the Quantum Internet

Speaker: Andrew Shields - Head of Quantum Technology, Toshiba Europe

9:50 AM
Talk 7.1: Quantum Networking at Stony Brook and Brookhaven

Speaker: Eden Figueroa-Barragan - Associate Professor at Stony Brook University and Joint Appointment at Brookhaven National Laboratory

10:05 AM
Panel 7.1: Quantum Repeaters: Short-To Medium-Term Prospects

Moderator: Robert Broberg - University of Pennsylvania - Visiting Scholar

Speaker 1: David Levonian - Sr. Research Scientist, Quantum Networking, AWS

Speaker 2: Michael Wood - Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), Aliro Quantum

Speaker 3: Stephanie Simmons - Founder and Chief Quantum Officer, Photonic

10:30 AM
Panel 7.2: Quantum Network Vendors and Integrators

Moderator: Denis Mandich - CTO, Qrypt

Speaker 1: Poolad Imany - Founder and CEO, Icarus Quantum Inc.

Speaker 2: Willemijn Uilhoorn - Application Scientist, Qblox

10:55 AM
Talk 7.2: Quantum Networks: An Enabling Technology

Speaker: Yoann Jestin - CEO and co-founder, Ki3 Photonics

11:10 AM
Talk 7.3: Quantum Networking with Diamond Color Centers

Speaker: Hyeongrak (Chuck) Choi - Postdoctoral Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

11:25 AM
Talk 7.4: The Quantum Internet Toolbox

Speaker: Gerhard Rempe - Director, Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics

11:40 AM
Talk 7.5: Multi-Technology Approaches to Enterprise Quantum Security

Speaker: Denis Mandich - CTO, Qrypt

11:55 AM - 1:10 PM
Lunch Break in the Exhibit Hall
1:10 PM - 2:50 PM
Session 8: Quantum Networking
1:10 PM
Talk 8.1: Advances in Quantum Networking Recent progress Quantum Computing space has driven interest and resources into both Post-Quantum Cryptography as well as Quantum Networking technologies, in both commercial and government markets. We will discuss late-breaking developments on the Quantum Networking side, including innovative new architectures, such as the DARPA QuANET program, new methods for entanglement sharing, quantum link authentication and novel approaches to secret key sharing.

Speaker: Wil Oxford - Founder and CEO, Anametric

1:30 PM
Talk 8.2: A Survey of Quantum Networking Testbeds

Speaker: Robert Broberg - University of Pennsylvania - Visiting Scholar

1:50 PM
Talk 8.3: Quantum Networking and High-Performance Computing

Speaker: Deborah Berebichez - Founder & CEO, Solve For You

2:05 PM
Panel 8.1: The Current State of Quantum Networking

Moderator: Corey McClelland - Vice President, Qubitekk, Inc.

Speaker 1: Jim Ingraham - Vice President, Strategic Research Division, EPB

Speaker 2: Michael Hayduk - Deputy Director, Information Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory

Speaker 3: Eden Figueroa-Barragan - Associate Professor at Stony Brook University and Joint Appointment at Brookhaven National Laboratory

2:30 PM
Talk 8.4: Quantum Networking from the Ciena Perspective

Speaker: Patrick Scully - Director, Product Line Management, Converged Packet Optical Division, Ciena

2:50 PM - 3:10 PM
Afternoon Break and Refreshments in the Exhibit Hall
Market Growth
3:10 PM
Special Talk 1: Getting Ready for the Era of Enterprise-Grade Quantum Computers

Speaker: Rima Alameddine - Chief Revenue Officer, IonQ

3:30 PM
Special Talk 2: Quantum Technology at Fidelity

Speaker: Elton Zhu - Director, Quantum Research, Fidelity Center for Applied Technology

3:45 PM - 4:30 PM
Session 9: Software Opportunities for Quantum Computing This session focuses on the most rapidly evolving aspects of software in the quantumsphere. One such area will be quantum programming, which has a special role to play as an enabler for quantum computing in R&D, the enterprise and the data center. Another important software-related enabler is error-free quantum computing. These topics will be considered in Session 7 along with quantum optimization and quantum simulation. The session will bring together the leading technologists in these areas for a thorough discussion of how products and strategies will be developed in the quantum software field.
3:45 PM
Talk 9.1: Opportunities with Quantum Computing Software - Programming, Algorithms and Applications

Speaker: Pranay Prakash - CEO and Founder, Qubrid

4:00 PM
Talk 9.2: Design of Software for Future 6G-Quantum Networks

Speaker: Riccardo Bassoli - Assistant Professor, Technische Universität Dresden
Co-founder and Managing Director, QcomBIT GmbH

4:15 PM
Talk 9.3: Quantum Networking Software

Speaker: Wojciech Kozlowski - Quantum Network Engineer, QuTech

4:30 PM
Conference Wrap-up/Conference Ends

Exhibitors/Sponsors

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Diamond Overall Conference Sponsor

IBM Quantum

Diamond Networking Sponsor

Qunnect The Hague

(Oct. 26th)

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Media Sponsors

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  • Use of a private meeting room for the 3 days of the conference.
  • Your one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions at least 2x during the conference (Sponsor provides the video).
  • Full page ad (inside front cover) in the printed program guide as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the sponsor directory. This program booklet will be given out at the conference (.PDF is provided by Exhibitor).
  • Your logo on:
    • Conference website
    • On event banners at the conference site
  • Dedicated PR.
  • Dedicated social media promotion.
  • One lead generation email outreach to attendees.
  • The opportunity to publish a self-written Sponsored Article in the Inside Quantum Technology daily e-newsletter and website ($750 value).
  • Attendee list: You will receive a list of the attendees who requested that their details be shared with sponsors. This will include name, title, company, email and general location.

DIAMOND DAY SPONSOR

(limited to 2 (one per day))

Be the exclusive Day sponsor for Day 2 (October 25, 2023 – SOLD) or Day 3 (October 26, 2023)

  • Opening Keynote for the sponsored day: dedicated 25-minute in-person presentation.
  • 17 in-person registrations to give to colleagues, clients, prospects and staff ($1,499 value each).
  • Unlimited Exhibit Hall only passes ($699 value each).
  • Option of a 10’ x 10’ booth in the Exhibit Hall. Booth comes with table, 2 chairs and an electrical outlet.
  • Use of a private meeting room during the conference (sign up for meeting times—4 rooms available).
  • Your one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions at least 2x during the conference (Sponsor provides the video).
  • Full page ad (inside front cover) in the printed program guide as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the sponsor directory. This program booklet will be given out at the conference (.PDF is provided by Exhibitor).
  • Your logo on:
    • Conference website
    • On event banners at the conference site
  • Dedicated PR.
  • Dedicated social media promotion.
  • The opportunity to publish a self-written Sponsored Article in the Inside Quantum Technology daily e-newsletter and website ($750 value).
  • Attendee list: You will receive a list of the attendees who requested that their details be shared with sponsors. This will include name, title, company, email and general location.

PLATINUM: VERTICAL TOPIC SPONSOR

(limited to 9)

Each day consists of 3 vertical topic sessions approximately two hours in length. The vertical topic sponsor starts the session with a 20-minute keynote address. With the sponsorship comes many other high-profile deliverables listed below. 1 sponsorship available for each of the 9 topic sessions—topics available soon.

TUESDAY October 24, 2023:

  • Forecasts, Funding and Management
  • Quantum Market Growth: Quantum Cybersecurity
  • Session 1: Future Commercialization of PQC: Beyond NIST
  • Session 2: Quantum Cybersecurity Hardware: The Good the Bad and the Users
  • Quantum Technology Adoption
  • Session 3: The Case for Quantum: End User Perspectives

WEDNESDAY October 25, 2023:

  • Market Growth: What’s Next in Quantum Technology
  • Session 4: Emerging Quantum Sensor Technologies: Products and Trends
  • (SOLD) Session 5: New Directions for Quantum Technology
  • Quantum Technology Adoption
  • Session 6: New Directions for Regulation and Policy
  • Forecasts, Funding and Management

THURSDAY, October 26, 2023:

  • Quantum Technology Adoption
  • (SOLD) Session 7: Quantum Communications Markets: Towards the Quantum Internet
  • Forecasts, Funding and Management
  • Market Growth
  • Session 8: Software Opportunities for Quantum Computing
  • Conference Closes
  • Keynote opportunity on the day of sponsorship. Dedicated 20-minute presentation at the start of the session being sponsored.
  • Your logo on screen during the entire sponsored session.
  • 12 in-person registrations to give to colleagues, clients, prospects, and staff ($1,499 value each).
  • Unlimited Exhibit Hall only passes ($699 value each).
  • Option of a 10’ x 10’ booth in the Exhibit Hall. Booth comes with table, 2 chairs and an electrical outlet.
  • Use of a meeting room at least one hour each of the three days of the conference between 8 am and 6 pm.
  • Your one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions (sponsor provides the video).
  • Full page ad the printed program guide as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the sponsor directory. This program booklet will be printed and given out at the in-person conference (.PDF is provided by exhibitor).
  • Your logo on:
    • Conference website
    • On event banners at the conference site where sponsors are listed
  • Social media and PR promotion wherever sponsors are mentioned.
  • The opportunity to publish a self-written Sponsored Article in the Inside Quantum Technology daily e-newsletter and website ($750 value).
  • Attendee list: You will receive a list of the attendees who requested that their details be shared with sponsors. This will include name, title, company, email, and location.

GOLD: STANDARD EXHIBITOR

  • 8 in-person registrations to give to colleagues, clients, prospects, and staff ($1,499 value each).
  • Unlimited Exhibit Hall only passes ($699 value each).
  • Option of a 10’ x 10’ booth in the Exhibit Hall. Booth comes with table, 2 chairs and an electrical outlet.
  • Your one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions (sponsor provides the video).
  • Half page ad in the printed program as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the exhibit directory. This program booklet will be given out at the conference (.PDF is provided by exhibitor).
  • Your logo on:
    • Conference home page
    • On event banners at the conference site
  • Social media and PR promotion wherever sponsors are mentioned.
  • The opportunity to publish a self-written Sponsored Article in the Inside Quantum Technology daily e-newsletter and website ($750 value).
  • Attendee list: You will receive a list of the attendees who requested that their details be shared with sponsors. This will include name, title, company, email and location.

SILVER: EXHIBITOR

  • 4 in-person registrations to give to colleagues, clients, prospects and staff ($1,499 value each).
  • 15 Exhibit Hall only passes ($699 value each).
  • Option of a 10’ x 10’ booth in the Exhibit Hall. Booth comes with table, 2 chairs and an electrical outlet. 
  • Your logo on:
    • Conference home page
    • On event banners at the conference site
  • Social media and PR promotion wherever sponsors are mentioned.
  • The opportunity to publish a self-written Sponsored Article in the Inside Quantum Technology daily e-newsletter and website ($750 value).
  • Attendee list: You will receive a list of the attendees who requested that their details be shared with sponsors. This will include name, title, company, email and location.

START-UPS:

If your company has released its product or services in the past year, you may be eligible for the Start-Up rate. All of the items listed in the Gold Sponsorship section are included in the Start-Up package. Ask for more details about this opportunity.

ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

WELCOME RECEPTION SPONSOR
(1 available)

  • Be the sponsor of the Welcome Reception on Tuesday evening (Oct. 24th).
  • Sponsor signage will be in the entry way and within the reception hall.
  • You will also have a chance to give short welcome to the attendees.
  • Your logo on the conference home page and in the conference program.
  • Listing in the show directory.

 

ALL-DAY COFFEE SPONSOR
(1 each day)

  • Special signage near the coffee area.
  • Your logo on the conference home page and in the conference program.
  • Listing in the show directory.

 

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST SPONSOR
(1 each day)

  • Special signage near the breakfast area.
  • Your logo on the conference home page and in the conference program.
  • Listing in the show directory.

 

LUNCH SPONSOR
(1 each day)

  • Special signage near the lunch area.
  • Your logo on the conference home page and in the conference program.
  • Listing in the show directory.

 

LANYARD SPONSOR (SOLD)
(1 available — sponsor provides the lanyards)

  • Provide the lanyards for the conference. Your logo will easily be seen on-site with speakers & attendees and in pictures.
  • Listing in the show directory.

 

CONFERENCE BAG SPONSOR
(1 available — IQT provides the bag)

  • The conference bag will be handed out to all in-person attendees at registration.
  • Your logo will be visible throughout the conference. Your logo will be on one side of the bag (conference logo is on the other).
  • Listing in the show directory.

 

CONFERENCE BAG INSERT
Limited (no t-shirts)

  • Have one item placed in the conference bag that will be handed out to all in-person attendees at registration.
  • Listing in the show directory.

 

CHARGING STATION
1 available

  • The charging station at the conference will be branded with your logo.
  • Your logo will be on the conference home page and in the conference program as well as your contact information and company description in the sponsor directory.

  

PROGRAM ADVERTISER
Full page (non-exhibitors, non-sponsors)  

The program is a go-to for conference attendees as it contains detailed information about the presentations and speakers as well as a directory of the sponsors and exhibitors.  Your logo and company name will appear on the conference website as advertiser. The program is printed and handed out at the conference. Advertiser provides the ad copy as a .PDF. 

Listing in the show directory included.

Register

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Location

IQT New York, October 24-26, 2023 takes place at The Conference Center and its new Skytop Exhibit Hall overlooking the Hudson River.

636 11th Ave (between 46th & 47th St), New York, NY 10036

There are numerous hotels within walking distance to the event venue. We have provided hotels within walking distance to the venue. We suggest using booking.com or some other app for rates and accommodations that suit your budget.

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