Prof John Morton joins panel discussion event on Quantum Communication
21 March 2019
What can Quantum Technology do for a data hungry society? Leaders in the field will come together to discuss the impact of Quantum Technologies on Communications applications.
SPEAKER: Professor John Morton, Iain Monteath, Professor Tim Spiller, Professor Lajos Hanzo
TIME&VENUE: 2nd April 2019 | 6-9pm | Jeremy Bentham Room | UCL | WC1E 6BT
BOOKING LINK: https://goo.gl/DdrR65
Leaders in the fields of Quantum technology and Communications Systems will come together to discuss the impact of Quantum Technologies on Communications applications. This will be an interesting evening of discussion and debate with plenty of time for questions from the floor. The event will be followed by a drinks reception.
Faster, ultra-reliable, low-power and secure communications are the gold standard of Communications Systems that will support our ever data reliant society. As our hunger and reliance on data increases do we need to look for new technologies to reach this gold standard, is Quantum Technology the answer?
Bringing together experts in the fields of Quantum Technology and Communications Systems, this will be an accessible and engaging evening of discussion and debate. Pioneers from both academia and industry will introduce Quantum Technology providing perspectives on the current state of the art of along with a forward-looking view of the development, deployment and potential impact of Quantum Technologies in the Communications domain. This is an open event and will be accessible to all with an interest in the field. Pre-booking is essential.
18:00 arrival & registration
18:15 Welcome & Talks
Directors' welcome & Introductory presentation, Professor Izzat Darwazeh, Professor John Morton
Professor Lajos Hanzo, Southampton University
Professor Tim Spiller, UK Quantum Communications Hub
Iain Monteath, British Telecom (BT)
19:15 Panel Discussion, "What can Quantum Technology do for a data hungry society?"
Moderator: Professor Izzat Darwazeh
Panel: Professor John Morton, Iain Monteath, Professor Tim Spiller, Professor Lajos Hanzo.
20:00 Networking and drinks reception, UCL Cloisters