Quantum Industry Talks: Quantum Security
26 November 2020
Join Peter Mountney, Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence at UCL and UCLQ Honorary Research Fellow, for a series of talks on the latest industry-led developments and advances in quantum technology.
HOST: Peter Mountney
SPEAKERS: Andrew Lord | BT , Chris Erven | KETS and Ramy Aboushelbaya | Quantum Dice
TIME & VENUE: Thursday | 3 December, 2020 | 13:00 PM | Online / Virtual event, via ZOOM
TITLE: Quantum Industry Talks - Quantum Security
Join Peter Mountney, Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence at UCL and UCLQ honorary research fellow, for a series of talks on the latest industry-led developments and advances in quantum technology.
You can watch our last talk where we discussed quantum computing hardware on YouTube.
Our next talk in this series explores the advances and development of quantum security and communication with:
Senior Manager, Optical Research at BT
Andrew joined BT in 1985 after a BA in Physics from Oxford University. He has worked on a wide range of optical network systems, including long haul subsea and terrestrial DWDM. He currently heads BT’s optical research including quantum communications.
CEO at KETS
Chris is the CEO and founder of KETS. He has been thinking about quantum encryption for over 12 years since he started building these systems experimentally. He is current director of the Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre at the University of Bristol.
CEO at Quantum Dice
Ramy is the CEO of Quantum Dice, an award-winning quantum hardware spin-out from Oxford University which is developing the world’s first compact completely embedded self-certified quantum random number generator.
Thursday 3 December 13:00-14:00GMT
Short talks will be followed by a panel discussion and audience Q+A.
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Aimed at those in research and working in the quantum sector, these short talks delivered by industry players from IBM, Microsoft, Volkswagen, BT, and others, will explore different quantum sectors including: computing hardware, computing software, computing applications, security and sensing.