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

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Inside Quantum Technology
In-Person, Online and On Demand


San Diego Convention Center
May 10-12, 2022


The World’s Quantum Enterprise Event

  • 3 Days
  • 80+ Speakers
  • 34 Sessions
  • Virtual / In-Person
  • Complete Coverage of the QUANTUM ENTERPRISE
  • Quantum Startup Zone

Diamond Sponsor: (to be announced April 4th)

IBM Quantum

Vertical Sponsors: (to date)

Inside Quantum Technology

Devoted to the Quantum Enterprise

Inside Quantum Technology San Diego is the first international conference devoted entirely to the QUANTUM ENTERPRISE. IQT Research has forecast that the great leap forward for quantum technology will take place as quantum computing and quantum safe environments are adopted in businesses and government organizations. As this happens the IT community and data communication firms will embrace the quantum paradigm and expenditures from the new QUANTUM ENTERPRISE sector will then take the great leap forward. Nine vertical topics encompassing 34 sessions from over 80 speakers will provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the state of the QUANTUM ENTERPRISE.

Inside Quantum Technology San Diego is a hybrid event (in-person, online and on demand) taking place May 10-12 at the San Diego Convention Center. This will be the foremost gathering of business leaders, product developers, IT executives, marketing strategists, academics and government officials focused on the QUANTUM ENTERPRISE. Included for the first time is the Quantum Startup Zone featuring pitches from organizations worldwide. Over 1000 attendees (in-person and online) and over 20 exhibitors will make IQT San Diego an exciting learning, networking and business experience.

(Exclusive Sponsorships available for each of the 9 Vertical Topics on May 10-12 respectively as well as the Overall Sponsorship for the Entire Event, apply here)

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

  • Opening of Conference
  • Diamond Sponsor Keynote: The Quantum Enterprise: A Current View and Outlook
  • Special Keynote: Quantum + AI (Jack Hidary Sandbox@Alphabet)
  • Topic 1: Future Technology Platforms for Quantum Computing
    ColdQuanta

    Topic Sponsor

  • Keynote: A New Direction in Quantum Processing
  • Panel 1: Quantum Processor Executive Roundtable
  • Panel 2: Optical Quantum Computers
  • Panel 3: Classiq and ColdQuanta: A Case Study in Partnership
  • Special Presentation: Quantum Technology Research at Boeing
  • Topic 2: Applications of Quantum Technologies for Security
    IDQ

    Topic Sponsor

  • Keynote
  • Talk 1: The Quantum Threat to Cryptocurrencies – A Quantitative Analysis of the Risk to Bitcoin and Ethereum
  • Panel 1: Impact of Quantum Technologies on Blockchain
  • Panel 2: QKD for Secure Storage
  • Talk 2: Crypto Agility and the Role of Quantum Entropy
  • Talk 3: QKD for Critical Infrastructure
  • Topic 3: Evolution of Quantum Insecurity and Encryption in the Enterprise
    Toshiba

    Topic Sponsor

  • Keynote
  • Panel 1: QKD: Chips and Applications
  • Panel 2: Emerging PQC Products and Standards
  • Talk 1: The Role of QRNGs I
  • Talk 2: The Role of QRNGs II
  • Wrap-up Discussion and Highlights for Wednesday
  • Welcome Reception - Exhibits Open
  • Exhibits Close
  • Baseball Game

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

  • Opening of Conference
  • Special Keynote Presentation
  • Topic 1: Software, Algorithms and Programming
    Agnostiq

    Topic Sponsor

  • Keynote
  • Panel 1: Software CEO Summit
  • Talk 1: Manufacturing and Miniaturization
  • Talk 2: Accelerating Sustainable Transformation through Quantum Computing, ML and Web3
  • Talk 3: Picking the Right Stack for Your Quantum Applications
  • Panel 2: Quantum, AI and Machine Learning
  • Panel 3: The Future of Quantum Computer Languages
  • Topic 2: Quantum Clouds and the Quantum Data Center
    Amazon Web Services

    Topic Sponsor

  • Keynote: Quantum and the Cloud – A Love Story
  • Panel 1: What the Quantum Data Center will look like
  • Talk 1: A Framework for Organization to Plan Quantum Computing Adoption
  • Panel 2: Security on the Quantum Cloud
  • Talk 2: Quantum Computers for the Quantum Data Center
  • Panel 3: Test and Measurement in the Quantum Technology Industry
  • Topic 3: Policy, Funding and IP Issues
    McAndrews.png

    Topic Sponsor

  • Keynote
  • Talk 1: Commercialization of Quantum Computing
  • Talk 2: Quantum Technology and National Security
  • Talk 3: Evolution of Financing for Quantum Computing
  • Talk 4: Update on Quantum Computing Standards
  • Talk 5: The Impact of the Quantum Internet
  • Panel 1: IP Issues in the Quantum Technology Industry
  • Panel 2: Building a Quantum Workforce

Thursday, May 12, 2022

  • Women in Quantum Breakfast
  • Opening of Conference
  • Topic 1: Quantum Computing in the Financial Services Industry
    IONQ

    Topic Sponsor

  • Keynote: Applications of IonQ Quantum Computers in Finance
  • Panel 1: Use Cases for Quantum Computers in Banks
  • Panel 2: Practical Implementation of Quantum Computers in Financial Institutions
  • Panel 3: Financial Software and Services Using Quantum Computers
  • Talk: Quantum Computing at NVIDIA
  • Women in Quantum: Fireside Chat with Nadia Carlsten - Led by Denise Ruffner
  • Talk: The Future of IBM Processors
  • Topic 2: New Applications for Quantum Computing
  • Panel 1: Life Sciences: Use Cases for Quantum Computing
  • Panel 2: Oil and Gas: Use Cases for Quantum Computing
  • Special Keynote Presentation
  • Topic 3: Quantum Computing in Transportation, Logistic and Utilities
  • Keynote
  • Talk 1: Quantum Computing at Deutsche Bahn
  • Panel 1: Automotive Industry: Use Cases for Quantum Technology
  • Panel 2: Aerospace Industry: Use Cases for Quantum Computing
  • Talk 2: Quantum Applications in Logistics: Air and Maritime Cargo
  • Topic 3: Quantum Computing in Transportation, Logistic and Utilities
    intriq

    Topic Sponsor

    Investissement Quebec

    Topic Sponsor

  • Keynote
  • Talk 1: Quantum Computing at Deutsche Bahn
  • Panel 1: Automotive Industry: Use Cases for Quantum Technology
  • Panel 2: Aerospace Industry: Use Cases for Quantum Computing
  • Talk 2: Quantum Applications in Logistics: Air and Maritime Cargo

Inside Quantum Technology San Diego features:

  • A high-caliber in-person/online program of keynotes and panels providing the latest information and analysis from the rapidly evolving quantum enterprise. Over the three days of the event we will have 80+ distinguished presenters providing the insider perspective on where the quantum revenues will be coming from.
  • An in-person/virtual exhibition hall where the leading hardware, software and service firms embedded in the quantum enterprise space will be able to show off their products and strategies to Inside Quantum Technology attendees.
  • Opportunities for quantum enterprise firms to get their products and services out before potential customers through sponsorship of either the whole conference or vertical topic sessions. For more details of the sponsorship opportunities we offer for Inside Quantum Technology, please contact Marilyn Reed at marilyn@insidequantumtechnology.com.

Inside Quantum Technology San Diego includes the latest online technology to help attendees meet new colleagues and discuss new opportunities in the quantum enterprise space. We are making special provisions to enable attendees to simultaneously network in-person and online with speakers, exhibitors, and other attendees to exchange experiences and conduct business.

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Hybrid Format

  • Three days (May 10-12, 2022) — Schedule based on Pacific time
  • 80+ speakers (In-Person and Online)
  • Ample opportunity to network with fellow attendees and have one on one discussions with exhibitors
  • 6+ hours of live sessions each day
  • Panels are moderated and allow for Q+A
  • All sessions are also archived and available to registered attendees through the end of May 2022
  • Exhibitors will be presented live and attendees will be able to conduct live one-to-one meetings both in-person and online
  • Hybrid events are new for everyone. Learn more about how we are planning to make this a compelling and safe experience for in-person attendees
Learn more on our FAQ page
Quantum Adopters Survey Report by Zapata Computing Source: The First Annual Report on Enterprise Quantum Computing Adoption by Zapata Computing

Networking Opportunities

Inside Quantum Technology offers state-of-the-art interactivity for attendees and exhibitors for both in-person and online attendees

  • Dedicated Expo Hall and Networking Hours
  • Graphically integrated live keynote and panel discussion format
  • Interstitial graphic branding
  • Moderated audience Q & A and live polling
  • Live video Q & A in general sessions (inserting attendees into live stream)
  • Branded networking lounge with sponsor and attendee live video meetings as well as in-person
  • Sponsor content downloads (web and email links) for those attending online
  • Quantum Startup Zone
  • Padres/Cubs baseball game

Quantum Startup Zone (apply to participate)

Wednesday May 11th is the launch of a new and fun feature at all IQT events — the Quantum Startup Zone. Approximately 10 organizations will pitch their respective Quantum Computing/Technology startup to attendees. Requirements for being accepted to “pitch” are simple. The only requirement is to apply at info@3drholdings.com.

Baseball Night May 10th (San Diego Padres v. Chicago Cubs)

IQT San Diego offers a free ticket for any in-person attendee to a night baseball game at Petco Park (a short walk from the San Diego Convention Center and most hotels) on the evening of May 10th. Join colleagues as the hometown San Diego Padres take on the visiting Chicago Cubs. And do not forget that earlier that evening in-person attendees have the networking reception in the exhibit hall and then on to the game!

“IQT Research has forecast that the great leap forward for quantum technology will take place as quantum computing and quantum safe environments are adopted in major businesses and government organizations. As this happens the IT community and data communications firms will embrace the quantum paradigm and expenditures from the new Quantum Enterprise sector will take a great leap forward.”

—IQT Research

Who Should Attend

Quantum-Safe Environments
Quantum Photonics in the Data Center
Materials & Drug Discovery
Quantum Networking
Fintech
R&D
Government & Defense
Aerospace
Quantum Clouds & Premises Computers
AI & Machine Learning
Cryptocurrency
Healthcare
Venture Capital
Quantum Computing
Oil & Gas
Automotive

Speakers

(to date)
In the meantime see our speaker roster from our previous conference, please visit here.

Joseph S.

Broz

Vice President, Quantum Growth and Markets, Thomas J. Watson Research Center, IBM

Catherine

Lefebvre

Vice President, Strategic Business Development North America, PASQAL

David

Awschalom

Director, Chicago Quantum Exchange

Bill

Becker

Chief Technology Officer, Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies

Vince

Berk

Chief Revenue and Strategy Officer, Quantum Xchange

Peter

Bordow

Senior Vice President, Principal Archiitect
Post Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Systems & Emerging Technology Leader
Information and Cyber Security – Emerging Technologies
Wells Fargo & Company

Tina

Brower-Thomas

Principal Investigator Center for Integrated Quantum Materials, Howard University

Robert

Campbell

Independent Consultant and Security Researcher, Med CyberSecurity

Kam

Chana

Director, Merck Research Labs

Vishal

Chatrath

Co-founder and CEO, QuantrolOx

Kenli

Chong

Technical Director, QuintessenceLabs

Jerry M.

Chow

IBM Fellow and Director, Hardware Infrastructure, IBM Quantum

Jean-Dominique

Coste

Senior Manager, Airbus Blue Sky, Airbus

Dillion

Cottrill

Senior Associate Analyst, IQT Research

Esperanza

Cuenca Gomez

Head of Strategy and Outreach, Multiverse Computing

William

Cunningham

Head of Quantum Software, Agnostiq

Paul

Dabbar

CEO and Co-Founder, Bohr Quantum Technologies

Jack

DeGrave

Business Development Scientist, FormFactor

Domenico

Di Mola

Group Vice President, Juniper Networks

Thomas

Ehmer

Innovation Incubator Lead, Merck KGaA

Joseph

Emerson

Head of Quantum Strategy, Keysight Technologies Inc.
Former CEO and Chief Scientist at Quantum Benchmark Inc.
Professor of Applied Math at the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo

Roland

Fejfar

Head of Technology Business Development International, Morgan Stanley

Doug

Finke

Consulting Analyst & Managing Editor, IQT Research & Quantum Computing Report

Steve

Flinter

Vice President, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Mastercard Labs Research & Development

Pranav

Gokhale

Co-founder and CEO, Super.tech

Barbara

Goldstein

Associate Director, Program Manager, NIST

Michael

Hayduk

Deputy Director, Information Directorate, AFRL

Rob

Hays

CEO & President, Atom Computing

Bettina

Heim

Senior Software Engineering Manager, Microsoft

Andrew

Horsley

CEO and Co-Founder, Quantum Brilliance

Bruno

Huttner

Director of Strategic Quantum Initiatives, and Quantum Key Distribution Expert, ID Quantique

Yoann

Jestin

CEO and co-founder, Ki3 Photonics

Sonika

Johri

Lead Quantum Applications Researcher, IonQ

Ilyas

Khan

Megan

Kohagen

Lead Quantum Computing Applications Engineer, Quantinuum

John

Levy

Co-founder and CEO, Seeqc

Katherine

Londergan

Chief Marketing Officer, Zapata Computing

John (Jay)

Lowell

Chief Engineer, Senior Technical Fellow, Disruptive Computing & Networks, Boeing

Matthew

Marrone

Intellectual Property Attorney, McAndrews

Corey

McClelland

Vice President, Qubitekk, Inc.

Ashish

Mehta

Chair, Blockchain Working Group, Cloud Security Alliance

Christian

Metzl

Managing Client Partner Automotive & Mobility and Managing Business / Enterprise Architect Data & Analytics, Capgemini Deutschland GmbH

Nir

Minerbi

Co-Founder and CEO, Classiq

Dustin

Moody

Mathematician, Computer Security Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Michele

Mosca

CEO and Co-founder, evolutionQ Inc.

Richard

Moulds

General Manager, Amazon Braket

Rami

Moussa

Shareholder, McAndrews

Samuel

Mugel

CTO and co-founder, Multiverse Computing

Richard

Murray

Co-founder and CEO, ORCA Computing

Reza

Nejabati

Chair Professor, Intelligent Networks
Head of the High-Performance Network Group, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
University of Bristol, UK

Florian

Neukart

Chief Product Officer, Terra Quantum

Michael

Osborne

CTO, IBM Quantum Safe, IBM Zurich Lab

Edward

Parker

Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation

Bob

Parney

IBM Quantum Global Lead Sustainability, Oil and Gas, Chemicals, Industrial Products, Metals, IBM

Ludovic

Perret

Associate Professor, Sorbonne University

Ravi

Pillarisetty

Senior Research Scientist, Intel

Marco

Pistoia

Managing Director, Head of FLARE, Distinguished Engineer, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Johann

POLECSAK

Co-Founder and CTO, QANplatform

John

Prisco

President and Chief Executive Officer, Safe Quantum Incorporated

Greg

Ramsay

VP Corporate Operations, Zapata Computing

Manfred

Rieck

VP Individual Solution Development, TecCo Quantum Tech, Deutsche Bahn AG

Emma

Rosenfeld

Quantum Research Scientist, Amazon Web Services Center for Quantum Computing

Denise

Ruffner

President, Women in Quantum
Chief Business Officer, Atom Computing

Christopher

Savoie

CEO & Founder, Zapata Computing

Pete

Shadbolt

Co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer, PsiQuantum

Devika

Sharma

Cryptography, Quantum computing, Weizmann Institute

Taro

Shimada

Board of Directors, Representative Executive Officer, President and Chief Executive Officer, Toshiba Corporation

Sam

Stanwyck

Product Manager, Quantum Computing Software, NVIDIA

Thomas

Stengel

Senior Director of QRNG Business Development, ID Quantique

Andreas

Thomasen

Research Software Engineer, QunaSys

Peter

Tysowski

Consulting Leader for Financial Services, IBM Quantum

Vincent

van Wingerden

Technical Architect Data & AI, Microsoft

Roni

Winik

Postdoctoral Associate, Research Laboratory of Electronics, MIT, Engineering Quantum Systems

Elton

Zhu

Director, Quantum Research, Fidelity Center for Applied Technology

Rachel

Zuckerman

Program Director, The Coding School, Qubit x Qubit

Schedule

8:45 am
Opening of Conference

Speaker 1: Kees Eijkel - Business Development Director, QuTech, Delft University of Technology Conference Chairperson

Speaker 2: Lawrence Gasman - President, IQT Research

8:55 am
Diamond Sponsor Keynote: The Quantum Enterprise: A Current View and Outlook

Speaker: Joseph S. Broz - Vice President, Quantum Growth and Markets, Thomas J. Watson Research Center, IBM

9:25 am
Special Keynote: AI+Quantum

Speaker: Jack Hidary - CEO, SandboxAQ

9:45 am - 11:50 am
Topic 1: Future Technology Platforms for Quantum Computing The panels in this session will consider the various technologies emerging for quantum processing in the enterprise and elsewhere. It will also discuss whether the future of quantum computing will use multiple processing technologies or whether one type of processing will emerge victorious. There will be special panels on optical and cold quanta processing as well as a panel on whether quantum annealers have a future.
9:45 am
Keynote: A New Direction in Quantum Processing

Speaker: Paul Lipman - President of Quantum Information Platforms, ColdQuanta

10:05 am
Panel 1: Quantum Processor Executive Roundtable

Moderator: Doug Finke - Consulting Analyst & Managing Editor, IQT Research & Quantum Computing Report

Speaker 1: Ravi Pillarisetty - Senior Research Scientist, Intel

Speaker 2: Jan Goetz - CEO and co-Founder, IQM

Speaker 3: Richard Murray - Co-founder and CEO, ORCA Computing

Speaker 4: Alireza Najafi-Yazdi - Founder and CEO, Anyon Systems

Speaker 5: Andrew Horsley - CEO and Co-Founder, Quantum Brilliance

Speaker 6: Georges-Olivier Reymond - CEO, PASQAL

10:45 am
Panel 2: Optical Quantum Computers

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman - President, IQT Research

Speaker 1: Pete Shadbolt - Co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer, PsiQuantum

Speaker 2: Scott Davis - CEO, Vescent

11:10 am
Panel 3: Classiq and ColdQuanta: A Case Study in Partnership

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman - President, IQT Research

Speaker 1: Paul Lipman - President of Quantum Information Platforms, ColdQuanta

Speaker 2: Yuval Boger - Chief Marketing Officer, Classiq

Speaker 3: Matt Langione - Partner, Boston Consulting Group

11:35 am
Special Presentation: Quantum Technology Research at Boeing

Speaker: John (Jay) Lowell - Chief Engineer, Senior Technical Fellow, Disruptive Computing & Networks, Boeing

11:50 am
Lunch
12:30 pm - 2:35 pm
Topic 2: Applications of Quantum Technologies for Security Quantum cyber security is now mainstream and has many applications. This session explores areas where QKD, QRNG, and other quantum solutions are being implemented right now. The speakers involved in their construction will be presenting real-world projects and demonstrating their usability.
12:30 pm
Keynote: 20 years in building the Quantum Safe Ecosystem for Enterprise and Critical Infrastructure

Speaker: Grégoire Ribordy - CEO, ID Quantique

12:50 pm
Talk 1: The Quantum Threat to Cryptocurrencies – A Quantitative Analysis of the Risk to Bitcoin and Ethereum

Speaker: Itan Barmes - Cyber Risk Services, Deloitte

1:05 pm
Panel 1: Impact of Quantum Technologies on Blockchain

Moderator: Robert Campbell - Independent Consultant and Security Researcher, Med CyberSecurity

Speaker 1: Andersen Cheng - Chairman, Post-Quantum

Speaker 2: Ashish Mehta - Chair, Blockchain Working Group, Cloud Security Alliance

Speaker 3: Ludovic Perret - Associate Professor, Sorbonne University

Speaker 4: Michele Mosca - CEO and Co-founder, evolutionQ Inc.

1:40 pm
Panel 2: QKD for Secure Storage

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

Speaker 1: Devika Sharma - Cryptography, Quantum computing, Weizmann Institute

Speaker 2: John Prisco - President and Chief Executive Officer, Safe Quantum Incorporated

2:05 pm
Talk 2: Crypto Agility and the Role of Quantum Entropy

Speaker: Bill Becker - Chief Technology Officer, Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies

2:20 pm
Talk 3: QKD for Critical Infrastructure

Speaker: Bruno Huttner - Director of Strategic Quantum Initiatives, and Quantum Key Distribution Expert, ID Quantique

2:35 pm - 2:55 pm
Break
2:55 pm - 4:45 pm
Topic 3: Evolution of Quantum Insecurity and Encryption in the Enterprise Data security in the enterprise is now an industry all on its own. However, quantum technology presents both a new set of challenges and new roads to security. This session examines the roadmaps for the quantum-safe enterprise as well as roadmaps for QKD, QRNGs and PQC from an end-user perspective.
2:55 pm
Keynote

Speaker 1: Taro Shimada - Board of Directors, Representative Executive Officer, President and Chief Executive Officer, Toshiba Corporation

Speaker 2: Marco Pistoia - Managing Director, Head of FLARE, Distinguished Engineer, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

3:15 pm
Panel 1: QKD: Chips and Applications

Moderator: Cathal Mahon - Senior Scientific Lead, Novo Nordisk Foundation

Speaker 1: John Prisco - President and Chief Executive Officer, Safe Quantum Incorporated

Speaker 2: Corey McClelland - Vice President, Qubitekk, Inc.

3:40 pm
Panel 2: Emerging PQC Products and Standards

Moderator: David Shaw - Director, Fact Based Insight

Speaker 1: Michael Redding - CTO, Quantropi

Speaker 2: Dustin Moody - Mathematician, Computer Security Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Speaker 3: Michael Osborne - CTO, IBM Quantum Safe, IBM Zurich Lab

Speaker 4: Johann POLECSAK - Co-Founder and CTO, QANplatform

4:15 pm
Talk 1: The Role of QRNGs I

Speaker: Kenli Chong - Technical Director, QuintessenceLabs

4:30 pm
Talk 2: The Role of QRNGs II

Speaker: Thomas Stengel - Senior Director of QRNG Business Development, ID Quantique

4:50 pm
Wrap-up Discussion and Highlights for Wednesday

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

5:00 pm
Welcome Reception - Exhibits Open
6:30 pm
Exhibits Close
6:40 pm
Baseball Game
8:45 am
Opening of Conference

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

8:50 am
Special Keynote Presentation

Speaker: Ilyas Khan - CEO, Quantinuum

9:10 am - 11:10 am
Topic 1: Software, Algorithms and Programming The practical implementation of quantum computing will require a mature quantum software industry. However, right now this sector is in a state of flux. This session will repeat the very popular CEO summit that began with IQT’s Fall Conference in 2021. We also consider how quantum computer languages will evolve. We also take a look at how quantum is being used to enable AI and machine learning.
9:10 am
Keynote

Speaker: William Cunningham - Head of Quantum Software, Agnostiq

9:30 am
Panel 1: Software CEO Summit

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman - President, IQT Research

Speaker 1: Nir Minerbi - Co-Founder and CEO, Classiq

Speaker 2: Christopher Savoie - CEO & Founder, Zapata Computing

Speaker 3: Matt Johnson - CEO, QC Ware

10:05 am
Talk 1: Manufacturing and Miniaturization

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

10:20 am
Talk 2: Accelerating Sustainable Transformation through Quantum Computing, ML and Web3

Speaker: Carlos Kuchkovsky - CEO, QCentroid

10:35 am
Talk 3: Picking the Right Stack for Your Quantum Applications

Speaker 1: Megan Kohagen - Lead Quantum Computing Applications Engineer, Quantinuum

Speaker 2: Mark Jackson - Quantum Evangelist, Quantinuum

10:50 am
Panel 2: Quantum, AI and Machine Learning

Moderator: Doug Finke - Consulting Analyst & Managing Editor, IQT Research & Quantum Computing Report

Speaker 1: Kam Chana - Director, Merck Research Labs

Speaker 2: Florian Neukart - Chief Product Officer, Terra Quantum

Speaker 3: Vishal Chatrath - Co-founder and CEO, QuantrolOx

11:15 am
Panel 3: The Future of Quantum Computer Languages

Moderator: Cathal Mahon - Senior Scientific Lead, Novo Nordisk Foundation

Speaker 1: Joe Fitzsimons - CEO, Horizon Quantum Computing

Speaker 2: Bettina Heim - Senior Software Engineering Manager, Microsoft

Speaker 3: Pranav Gokhale - Co-founder and CEO, Super.tech

11:40 am - 12:30 pm
Lunch
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Topic 2: Quantum Clouds and the Quantum Data Center At the heart of the coming quantum enterprise will be the quantum data center. At the present time, however, the jury is out on what that will look like. Will cloud technology predominate and if so what will look like? And will smaller, rack-based quantum “minicomputers” begin to emerge for the enterprise data center and if so when? This session will examine the future of the quantum cloud, the rise of the quantum data center and the security and protocol/performance testing that will make them possible.
12:30 pm
Keynote: Quantum and the Cloud – A Love Story

Speaker: Richard Moulds - General Manager, Amazon Braket

12:50 pm
Panel 1: What the Quantum Data Center will look like

Moderator: David Shaw - Director, Fact Based Insight

Speaker 1: Domenico Di Mola - Group Vice President, Juniper Networks

Speaker 2: Reza Nejabati - Chair Professor, Intelligent Networks
Head of the High-Performance Network Group, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
University of Bristol, UK

Speaker 3: Dominik Andrzejczuk - Founder, Atmos Ventures

Speaker 4: Vincent van Wingerden - Technical Architect Data & AI, Microsoft

Speaker 5: Jean-Dominique Coste - Senior Manager, Airbus Blue Sky, Airbus

1:30 pm
Talk 1: A Framework for Organization to Plan Quantum Computing Adoption

Speaker: Rebel Brown - CEO, Cognoscenti Inc.

1:45 pm
Panel 2: Security on the Quantum Cloud

Moderator: Dillion Cottrill - Senior Associate Analyst, IQT Research

Speaker 1: Bruno Huttner - Director of Strategic Quantum Initiatives, and Quantum Key Distribution Expert, ID Quantique

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

Speaker 3: Denis Mandich - CTO, Qrypt

2:05 pm
Talk 2: Quantum Computers for the Quantum Data Center

Speaker: George Gesek - CTO, QMware

2:20 pm
Panel 3: Test and Measurement in the Quantum Technology Industry

Moderator: Stephan Koch - Quantum Business Executive

Speaker 1: Joseph Emerson - Head of Quantum Strategy, Keysight Technologies Inc.
Former CEO and Chief Scientist at Quantum Benchmark Inc.
Professor of Applied Math at the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo

Speaker 2: Jack DeGrave - Business Development Scientist, FormFactor

Speaker 3: Roni Winik - Postdoctoral Associate, Research Laboratory of Electronics, MIT, Engineering Quantum Systems

2:40 pm - 3:10 pm
Break
3:10 pm - 5:10 pm
Topic 3: Policy, Funding and IP Issues The evolution of enterprise quantum will be highly dependent on an institutional framework and legal evolving in terms of standards, international regulation, corporate funding and workforce development. This session is designed to show where these complex matters are headed and the factors that are currently shaping them.
3:10 pm
Keynote

Speaker 1: Matthew Marrone - Intellectual Property Attorney, McAndrews

Speaker 2: Rami Moussa - Shareholder, McAndrews

3:30 pm
Talk 1: Commercialization of Quantum Computing

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

3:45 pm
Talk 2: Quantum Technology and National Security

Speaker: Edward Parker - Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation

4:00 pm
Talk 3: Evolution of Financing for Quantum Computing

Speaker: whurley - Founder and CEO, Strangeworks

4:15 pm
Talk 4: Update on Quantum Computing Standards

Speaker: Barbara Goldstein - Associate Director, Program Manager, NIST

4:30 pm
Talk 5: The Impact of the Quantum Internet

Speaker: David Awschalom - Director, Chicago Quantum Exchange

4:45 pm
Panel 1: IP Issues in the Quantum Technology Industry

Moderator: Matthew Marrone - Intellectual Property Attorney, McAndrews

Speaker 1: Wil Oxford - Founder and CEO, Anametric

Speaker 2: Joseph Emerson - Head of Quantum Strategy, Keysight Technologies Inc.
Former CEO and Chief Scientist at Quantum Benchmark Inc.
Professor of Applied Math at the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo

Speaker 3: whurley - Founder and CEO, Strangeworks

Speaker 4: Stephan Koch - Quantum Business Executive

5:10 pm
Panel 2: Building a Quantum Workforce

Moderator: Christopher Bishop - Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

Speaker 1: Tina Brower-Thomas - Principal Investigator Center for Integrated Quantum Materials, Howard University

Speaker 2: Rachel Zuckerman - Program Director, The Coding School, Qubit x Qubit

Speaker 3: Greg Ramsay - VP Corporate Operations, Zapata Computing

5:35 pm
Wrap-up Discussion and Highlights for Thursday

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

5:40 pm
Exhibit Hall
7:45 am
Women in Quantum Breakfast Open To All Attendees

Speaker: Emma Rosenfeld - Quantum Research Scientist, Amazon Web Services Center for Quantum Computing

8:45 am
Opening of Conference

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

8:50 am - 10:40 am
Topic 1: Quantum Computing in the Financial Services Industry Banks, insurance companies, credit card firms and other financial institutions have shown a strong interest in making use of the latest quantum technologies. These technologies promise to boost profits and reduce losses from fraud and hacking. In the panels in this session we will hear from end users, service providers and technologists on how quantum technology will evolve in the financial services industry. This session is one of three on the third day of the conference that looks at enterprise quantum from an end-user perspective.
8:50 am
Keynote: Applications of IonQ Quantum Computers in Finance

Speaker: Sonika Johri - Lead Quantum Applications Researcher, IonQ

9:10 am
Panel 1: Use Cases for Quantum Computers in Banks

Moderator: Katherine Londergan - Chief Marketing Officer, Zapata Computing

Speaker 1: Esperanza Cuenca Gomez - Head of Strategy and Outreach, Multiverse Computing

Speaker 2: Peter Bordow - Senior Vice President, Principal Archiitect
Post Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Systems & Emerging Technology Leader
Information and Cyber Security – Emerging Technologies
Wells Fargo & Company

Speaker 3: Roland Fejfar - Head of Technology Business Development International, Morgan Stanley

9:40 am
Panel 2: Practical Implementation of Quantum Computers in Financial Institutions

Moderator: Brian Lenahan - Founder and Chair, Quantum Strategy Institute
Author: Quantum Boost

Speaker 1: Steve Flinter - Vice President, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Mastercard Labs Research & Development

Speaker 2: Elton Zhu - Director, Quantum Research, Fidelity Center for Applied Technology

Speaker 3: Jens Backes - Director, Finalta by McKinsey

10:10 am
Panel 3: Financial Software and Services Using Quantum Computers

Moderator: Stephan Koch - Quantum Business Executive

Speaker 1: Samuel Mugel - CTO and co-founder, Multiverse Computing

Speaker 2: Peter Tysowski - Consulting Leader for Financial Services, IBM Quantum

10:40 am
Talk: Quantum Computing at NVIDIA

Speaker: Sam Stanwyck - Product Manager, Quantum Computing Software, NVIDIA

10:55 am
Women in Quantum: Fireside Chat with Nadia Carlsten - Led by Denise Ruffner

Speaker 1: Nadia Carlsten - VP of Product, SandboxAQ

Speaker 2: Denise Ruffner - President, Women in Quantum
Chief Business Officer, Atom Computing

11:25 am
Lunch
12:30 pm
Talk: The Future of IBM Processors

Speaker: Jerry M. Chow - IBM Fellow and Director, Hardware Infrastructure, IBM Quantum

12:45 pm - 2:05 pm
Topic 2: New Applications for Quantum Computing In this session, we examine this interest in quantum computing in life sciences and in oil and gas.
12:45 pm
Panel 1: Life Sciences: Use Cases for Quantum Computing

Moderator: Brian Lenahan - Founder and Chair, Quantum Strategy Institute
Author: Quantum Boost

Speaker 1: Thomas Ehmer - Innovation Incubator Lead, Merck KGaA

Speaker 2: Shahar Keinan - CEO, Polaris Quantum Biotech

Speaker 3: Matthew Versaggi - Distinguished Engineer, Optum

1:25 pm
Panel 2: Oil and Gas: Use Cases for Quantum Computing

Moderator: Dan O'Shea - Contributing Editor, IQT News

Speaker 1: Andreas Thomasen - Research Software Engineer, QunaSys

Speaker 2: Bob Parney - IBM Quantum Global Lead Sustainability, Oil and Gas, Chemicals, Industrial Products, Metals, IBM

Speaker 3: Catherine Lefebvre - Vice President, Strategic Business Development North America, PASQAL

2:05 pm
Special Keynote Presentation

Speaker: Rob Hays - CEO & President, Atom Computing

2:25 pm - 3:00 pm
Break (Exhibit Hall closes at 3:00 pm)
Intriq Investissement Quebec 3:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Topic 3: Quantum Computing in Transportation, Logistic and Utilities This final session of the conference hosts end-user panelists across a wide spectrum of industries with a special focus on those where quantum technology is being deployed by large pioneer companies.
3:00 pm
Keynote

Speaker: Alireza Najafi-Yazdi - Founder and CEO, Anyon Systems

3:20 pm
Talk 1: Quantum Computing at Deutsche Bahn

Speaker: Manfred Rieck - VP Individual Solution Development, TecCo Quantum Tech, Deutsche Bahn AG

3:35 pm
Panel 1: Automotive Industry: Use Cases for Quantum Technology

Moderator: Christopher Bishop - Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

Speaker 1: Elvira Shishenina - Quantum Computing Lead, BMW Group

Speaker 2: Thomas Stengel - Senior Director of QRNG Business Development, ID Quantique

Speaker 3: Christian Metzl - Managing Client Partner Automotive & Mobility and Managing Business / Enterprise Architect Data & Analytics, Capgemini Deutschland GmbH

4:00 pm
Panel 2: Aerospace Industry: Use Cases for Quantum Computing

Moderator: Dan O'Shea - Contributing Editor, IQT News

Speaker 1: Michael Hayduk - Deputy Director, Information Directorate, AFRL

Speaker 2: David Wilkinson - Founder, Dark Star Quantum Lab

Speaker 3: Davide Venturelli - Associate Director, Quantum, USRA

4:30 pm
Talk 2: Quantum Applications in Logistics: Air and Maritime Cargo

Speaker: Rafael Sotelo - Co-Founder, Quantum-South

4:45 pm
Conference Wrap-up

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

4:50 pm
Conference Ends

Exhibitors/Sponsors

(to date)

Diamond Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

Media Sponsors

(to date)

Participating Organizations

For Additional Information

Marilyn Reed

marilyn@insidequantumtechnology.com

Phone (USA):
+1-781-254-1062

DIAMOND: Be the exclusive OVERALL CONFERENCE SPONSOR

(SOLD)

This sponsorship package includes:

  • Keynoter the first conference day (May 10th): dedicated 30-minute in-person or live streamed presentation.
  • 5-minute message presented at the beginning of the next two days (May 11th and 12th).
  • 5-minute pre-recorded presentation in the Sponsors’ Showcase.
  • Unlimited online (virtual) registrations. Give registrations to your clients, prospects, and colleagues.
  • A limited number of in-person registrations may be substitute for online depending on venue capacity.
  • Option of a 10’ x 20’ booth in the Exhibit Hall. Booth comes with table, 2 chairs and an electrical outlet. 
  • A space in the Virtual Exhibit Hall which will be open throughout the conference and will be part of the archives for 30 days.
  • Your one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions at least once each day of the conference (sponsor provides the video).
  • Full page ad (inside front cover) in the onsite and online program guide as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the exhibit directory. This program booklet will be printed and given out at the in-person conference and will be online, downloadable and available for 30 days after the conference (.PDF is provided by Exhibitor).
  • Your logo on:
    • The live conference platform page
    • Conference home page
    • On event banners at both the conference site and online
  • 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 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.

TUESDAY May 10, 2022:

  • (SOLD) Future Technology Platforms for Quantum Computing.
  • (SOLD) Applications of Quantum Technologies for Security
  • (SOLD) Evolution of Quantum Insecurity and Encryption

WEDNESDAY May 11, 2022:

  • (SOLD) Software, Algorithms and Programming
  • (SOLD) Quantum Clouds and The Quantum Data Center
  • (SOLD) Policy, Funding and Standards Issues

THURSDAY, May 12, 2022:

  • (SOLD) Quantum Computing in the Financial Services Industry
  • Quantum Material Science: Commercial Implications
  • (SOLD) Quantum Computing in Transportation, Logistic and Utilities

This sponsorship package includes:

  • Keynote opportunity on the day of sponsorship. Dedicated 20-minute presentation at the start of the session being sponsored. (You may present in-person or live streamed.)
  • Your logo on screen during the entire sponsored session.
  • 5-minute pre-recorded presentation in the Sponsors’ Showcase.
  • 100 online (virtual) registrations. Give registrations to your clients, prospects, and colleagues.
  • A limited number of in-person registrations may be substitute for online depending on venue capacity.
  • Option of a 10’ x 10’ booth in the Exhibit Hall. Booth comes with table, 2 chairs and an electrical outlet. 
  • A space in the Virtual Exhibit Hall which will be open throughout the conference and will be part of the archives for 30 days.
  • Your one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions (Sponsor provides the video).
  • Full page ad the onsite and online program guide as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the exhibit directory. This program booklet will be printed and given out at the in-person conference and will be online and downloadable and available for 30 days after the conference (.PDF is provided by Exhibitor).
  • Your logo on:
    • The live conference platform page
    • Conference home page
    • On event banners at both the conference site and online
  • 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

This sponsorship package includes:

  • 5-minute pre-recorded presentation in the Sponsors’ Showcase.
  • 50 Online (virtual) registrations. Give registrations to your clients, prospects, and colleagues.
  • A limited number of in-person registrations may be substituted for online depending on venue capacity.
  • Option of a 10’ x 10’ booth in the Exhibit Hall. Booth comes with table, 2 chairs and an electrical outlet. 
  • A space in the Virtual Exhibit Hall which will be open throughout the conference and will be part of the archives for 30 days.
  • Your one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions (Sponsor provides the video).
  • Half page ad the onsite and online program guide as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the exhibit directory. This program booklet will be printed and given out at the in-person conference and will be online and downloadable and available for 30 days after the conference (.PDF is provided by Exhibitor).
  • Your logo on:
    • Conference home page
    • On event banners at both the conference site and online
  • 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.

QUANTUM STARTUP ZONE

The Quantum StartUp Zone takes place at the San Diego Convention Center on Wednesday, May 11th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. If your company has been in operation for two years or less and you want to “pitch”, please send the following to info@3drholdings.com for a chance to be selected.

  • 200-word description of the startup
  • email address
  • telephone number
  • mailing address
  • names of the two participants and respective email addresses

Eight 10-minute presentation slots are available (plus 5 minutes of Q&A) for each organization selected. An entry fee will be paid in advance and includes two in-person registrations. Participants must be vaccinated.  Management will be solely responsible for selecting the startups.  Selections will be made by April 30th and those selected will be notified by email. 

NOTE: Startup organizations are eligible to apply for the GOLD Sponsorship package at a substantial discount.

Email: marilyn@insidequantumtechnology.com

ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

WELCOME RECEPTION SPONSOR

Be the sponsor of the Welcome Reception on Tuesday evening (May 10th). 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.

ALL-DAY COFFEE SPONSOR

In-person…3 available

Special signage near the coffee area
Your logo on the conference home page and in the conference program

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST SPONSOR

In-person…3 available

Special signage near the breakfast area
Your logo on the conference home page and in the conference program

LUNCH SPONSOR

In-person…3 available

Special signage near the breakfast area
Your logo on the conference home page and in the conference program

LANYARD SPONSOR

In-person…1 available

Provides the lanyards for the conference. Your logo will easily be seen onsite with speakers & attendees and in pictures

CONFERENCE BAG SPONSOR

In-person…1 available

The conference bag will be handed out to all in-person attendees at registration.  Your logo will be visible throughout the conference. Sponsor produces the bag.

CONFERENCE BAG INSERT

In-person…Limited

Have one item placed in the conference bag that will be handed out to all in-person attendees at registration.
(Some restrictions apply.)

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 online. Advertiser provides the ad copy as a .PDF.

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Registration Options

Location

IQT San Diego, May 10-12, 2022, takes place at the San Diego Convention Center/hotel information

All discount rates terminated on 22 April 2022. Rates will be higher than listed below. We also suggest using booking.com to find the lowest rates.

Hard Rock Hotel San Diego

Horton Grand Hotel San Diego

Omni San Diego Hotel

The Sofia Hotel San Diego

Westin San Diego Downtown

The Bristol Hotel San Diego

Four Points By Sheraton San Diego Downtown

Holiday Inn Express San Diego Downtown

Porto Vista Hotel In Little Italy

Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina

Courtyard San Diego Gaslamp/Convention Center

Moxy San Diego Downtown/Gaslamp Quarter

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