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Inside Quantum Technology Europe
Online
The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Networking,
Quantum Sensors, and Quantum Cryptography.
October 26-30, 2020
Produced by 3DR Holdings and QuTech
Quantum Technology World Week
  • 5 Days (Pre-Conference October 26)
  • 40+ Speakers
  • Virtual Exhibits
  • State of the Art Online Networking
  • Each Day Vertically Focused
Inside Quantum Technology EUROPE Online
Inside Quantum Technology Europe: An Online Conference

This is Inside Quantum Technology’s fourth conference on the commercialization of quantum technology. Quantum technology has come a long way since we held the first ever quantum technology conference almost two years ago in Boston and our first European quantum technology conference in The Hague:

  • This conference is a continuation of our European shows and, as always, we are running it in conjunction with our partner, QuTech (founded by the Technical University Delft and the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research). The European orientation of this conference is reflected in many of our speakers who will come from both the leading European multinationals as well as European based quantum startups. There will also be speakers from both the EU and individual European governments.
  • Inside Quantum Technology Europe will be focused on the practicalities of implementing quantum technology in the real world. We will hear from end-user firms, technology firms and policy makers on making quantum technology a reality.

Quantum technology now embraces quantum computing, QKD, post-quantum cryptography (PQC), quantum networking (moving towards the quantum) and quantum sensors; and of course, all the associated software. And Europe has emerged as a key geography in all of these areas.

6 Reasons for Attending Inside Quantum Technology Europe
  • Enhance your knowledge of quantum technology commercialization in Europe. Inside Quantum Technology Europe will offer attendees 40+ expert speakers  There will also be a state-of-the-art online Exhibit Hall in which leading hardware and software firms, along with service providers, will display and demonstrate their latest products and strategies.
  • Learn from the best. At Inside Quantum Technology you will learn from thought-leaders in the quantum technology field as well as meet the newest entrants into the field. You will also be able to ask presenters questions about their work and the rationale behind it.
  • Network with your peers. At Inside Quantum Technology there will be plenty of time to network, do deals, meet new customers and see new products.  Inside Quantum Technology Europe will help attendees meet new colleagues and discuss the latest opportunities in the quantum technology space.
  • Make long-term relationships. At Inside Quantum Technology Europe You can expect to make new contacts that may be your collaborators and colleagues in the future. You may make a connection with someone that will dramatically impact your professional career or just further establish yourself in your field -- find a new job, recruit skilled people for a position at your organization or company.
  • Present your ideas, skills and new products. Inside Quantum Technology will provide attendees the opportunity to talk about their own research and development work and gain novel perspectives and feedback from others at the conference.
  • Latest conferencing platform. Our state-of-the art conferencing platform will also enable attendees to network online with speakers, exhibitors, and other attendees to exchange experiences and conduct business. Inside Quantum Technology will be a great way to meet new people in the world of European quantum technology.

Vertical FOCUS DAY Schedule

October 27 — Quantum Computing

October 28 — Quantum Computing Software and Applications

October 29 — Quantum Communications

October 30 — Quantum Sensors, Quantum Policy and Quantum Investments

ONLINE FORMAT

  • Five days (October 26-30)
  • October 26 provides presentations by exhibitors and networking with fellow attendees
  • October 27-30 provides 25 sessions with 40+ live speakers and ample opportunity to network with fellow attendees and have one on one discussions with exhibitors
  • Session days are live 4-hours and will take place based on The Netherlands time of 1pm CET
  • Each session has a moderator and there will be a 15-minute Q&A; all sessions are archived and available to registered attendees through the end of November 2020
  • Exhibitors will be presented live and attendees will be able to conduct live one-to-one meetings

Networking Opportunities

Inside Quantum Technology Europe offers state-of-the-art interactivity for attendees and exhibitors rarely found with virtual events

  • Lobby, Main Stage, Expo Hall and Networking Lounge
  • 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
  • Sponsor activation and branded virtual exhibit booths
  • Live demos/ Live video meetings
  • Sponsor content downloads (web and email links)
  • Real-time social sharing
  • Post event program archives
About the Event

Quantum Computing

Specifically:

  • Keynote
  • Debate on Quantum Supremacy
  • Quantum computer vendor panel
  • Emerging vendors
  • Processors and materials
  • Cryo, control and supply chain

Quantum Computing Software and Applications

Specifically:

  • Keynote
  • Operating Systems
  • Emulators
  • Simulators
  • AI
  • Automotive
  • Chemical and pharma
  • Financial services

Quantum Communications

Specifically:

  • Keynote
  • Evolution of Quantum Internet
  • Advanced QKD systems
  • Quantum-safe solutions
  • Distributed computing
  • Applications and use cases

Quantum Sensors, Quantum Policy and Quantum Investments

Specifically:

  • Keynote
  • Quantum sensor evolution
  • Jobs and education
  • Quantum hubs in Europe
  • VC
  • Quantum policy in Europe
Encryption
Sensors
Materials
Networking
Fintech
R&D
Defense
Aerospace
Machine Learning
Artificial Intelligence
Transportation
Healthcare
Venture Capital
Speakers

(to date)

Ekaterina
General Partner, Open Ocean

Panel: VCs and the quantum sector in Europe

David
Director, Chicago Quantum Exchange

Panel: Accelerating quantum technologies for communication and sensing

Jaya
Chief Information Security Officer, Avast Software s.r.o.

Panel: Quantum-safe solutions

Govinda
Principal Investigator and Head of Computational Chemistry Department, Biogen

Panel: User experiences: Pharma and chemicals industry

Paolo
Global R&T Cooperation Manager, Airbus

Panel: User experiences: Aerospace and automotive

Christopher
Chairperson, Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers
Kai
Director, UK National Quantum Technology Hub in Sensors and Metrology

Panel: Quantum sensor evolution

Steve
CEO and Founder, Riverlane

Panel: Quantum emulators and hybrid systems

Benno
CEO, Qu & Co BV

Panel: Pharma and chemicals industry

Harry
Executive Director of QuSoft, Professor of algorithms, complexity theory, and quantum computing at the University of Amsterdam

Panel: Keynote

Niels
Co-Founder CEO, Qblox BV

Panel: Cryo, control, and subsystems for quantum computing

Tommaso
Director, Institute for Quantum Control, Research Center Jülich and Chair, EU Quantum Community Network

Panel: Quantum Policy in Europe

Jeffrey
Founder, Chicago Quantum and President, US Advanced Computing Infrastructure, Inc.

Panel: User experiences: Financial services industry

Andrew
Lecturer and Enterprise Developer, University of Bristol, Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre

Panel: Quantum-hubs in Europe

Paul
Converged Network Research Director, BT

Panel: Keynote: Sponsor

Toby
Director and Founder, Phasecraft

Panel: User experiences: Pharma and chemicals industry

Kees
Business Development Director, QuTech, Delft University of Technology
Joseph
Founder and CEO of Quantum Benchmark, Fellow, CIFAR Quantum Information Science Program, Institute for Quantum Computing & Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo

Panel: The Debate on Quantum Advantage

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

Panel: Evolution of operating systems for quantum Computers

Axel
Executive VP Quantum-Safe Security, ID Quantique

Panel: Markets for QKD systems

Terrill
Associate Professor of eBusiness and Cybersecurity, Harrisburg University

Panel: Jobs and education in the quantum technology sector

Lawrence
Inside Quantum Technology, President
Koen
Quantum Innovation Officer, QuSoft

Panel: User experiences: Aerospace and automotive

Saikat
Director, NSF Center for Quantum Networks Associate Professor of Optical Sciences, Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

Panel: Evolution of the Quantum Internet

Ronald
Chair of the Dutch National Agenda, Quantum Technology

Panel: Opening keynote

Michael
Deputy Director, Information Directorate, AFRL

Panel: User experiences: Aerospace and automotive

Freeke
Director Strategic Development, QuTech
Special advisor to the Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy on Quantum Technologies.

Panel: Quantum Policy in Europe

Bettina
Senior Software Engineering Manager, Microsoft

Panel: Evolution of operating systems for quantum Computers

Jay
Deputy Program Manager, NIST on a Chip

Panel: Quantum sensor evolution

Bruno
Director of Strategic Quantum Initiatives, ID Quantique

Panel: Quantum-safe solutions

Christophe
Managing Director, Quantonation

Panel: VCs and the quantum sector in Europe

Iordanis
Head of Quantum Algorithms International, QC Ware

Panel: Evolution of operating systems for Quantum Computers

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

Panel: User experiences: Financial services industry

Victor
Institute Coordinator, QuSoft

Panel: Quantum emulators and hybrid systems

Tony
Founder and CEO of Light Rider and VOR Technology

Panel: Emerging technologies and companies in quantum computing

Pascal
Deputy Head of Unit HPC and Quantum Technologies, European Commission

Panel: Quantum Policy in Europe

Himadri
Program Manager, Quantum Technologies, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.

Panel: Emerging technologies and companies in quantum computing

Philip
Sr. Quantum Marketing Manager, Honeywell

Panel: Quantum computing: Technical and architectural trends

Chiara
Research Fellow at Wolfson College, University of Oxford

Panel: Keynote

Catherine
Senior Scientist, D-Wave

Panel: Quantum computing: Technical and architectural trends

Michele
Founder of the Institute for Quantum Computing, Professor in the Department of Combinatorics & Optimization at the University of Waterloo

Panel: Quantum-safe solutions

Prineha
CTO, Aliro Quantum, Evolution of the Quantum Internet

Panel: Evolution of the Quantum Internet

Damien
Physicist and Software Engineer/Researcher, Huawei, ProjectQ

Panel: Evolution of operating systems for quantum Computers

Stephen
CTO & Partner, Lakestar

Panel: VCs and the quantum sector in Europe

Ricardo
Quantum Software Engineering, University of Castilla-La Mancha / aQuantum

Panel: Jobs and education in the quantum technology sector

Ravi
Senior Research Scientist, Intel

Panel: Quantum computing: Technical and architectural trends

Jesse
Co-Founder & Director, QuantumDeltaNL

Panel: Quantum-safe solutions
Panel: Applications and use cases for quantum communications

Adriaan
Rol
Co-founder and Director of Research & Development, Orange Quantum Systems

Panel: Emerging technologies and companies in quantum computing

Dennis
Rot
Director Quantum for Business, Cronos Groep

Panel: Jobs and education in the quantum technology sector

Denise
Chief Business Officer, Cambridge Quantum Computing

Panel: Markets for QKD systems

Andrew
Head of Quantum Technology at Toshiba Europe

Panel: Markets for QKD systems

Taro
Corporate Vice President and Chief Digital Officer, Toshiba Corporation

Panel: Keynote: Sponsor

Thomas
Senior Expert / Coordinator of Quantum Technologies, Robert Bosch GmbH

Panel: User experiences: Aerospace and automotive.

Robert
IBM Research - VP - IBM Quantum Ecosystem Development

Panel: The Debate on Quantum Advantage

Andrew
Quantum Communications Point of Contact, Airbus

Panel: Applications and use cases for quantum communications

Ariana
HPC/Quantum computing consultant, SURF

Panel: Quantum emulators and hybrid systems

Ton
Position Founder, PHX

Panel: VCs and the quantum sector in Europe

Matthias
Director, Telecommunication and Navigation Systems R&D, Thales Alenia Space

Panel: Evolution of the Quantum Internet

Hans
CEO, Quix

Panel: Cryo, control and subsystems for quantum computing

Dimitri
IT & Business Developer, Quantum Lead at ABN AMRO

Panel: User experiences: Financial services industry

Amber
Business Development + Co-founder, Orange Quantum Systems

Panel: Cryo, control and subsystems for quantum computing

Lieven
Scientific Director of QuTech and Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Professor at the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

Panel: The Debate on Quantum Advantage

Menno
Group Leader, QuTech and Leader, QuTech Academy

Panel: Jobs and education in the quantum technology sector

Araceli
Founder & CEO, QURECA Ltd (Quantum Resources & Careers)

Panel: Jobs and education in the quantum technology sector

Richard
Principal Systems Engineer CSEP at TNO and Director Engineering of the Quantum Computing Division at QuTec

Panel: Quantum emulators and hybrid systems

Stephanie
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Professor at Delft University of Technology and Roadmap Leader of the Quantum Internet and Networked Computing initiative at QuTech
William
Head of Quantum Research, Goldman Sachs

Panel: The Debate on Quantum Advantage

Schedule

IQT Europe is an international event with participants joining from over 30 countries. All event start times are cet (central european time) which is gmt +1. Gmt = greenwich mean time.

Central European Summer Time ends on 25 October which is the day before IQT EUROPE commences. Clocks will be set back 1 hour on that day as Europe moves to CET.

PLEASE ADJUST YOUR PLANS ACCORDINGLY should you desire to join us in “real time.” The difference between CET and Eastern Daylight Time is -5 hours. Our event begins on Monday, 26 October at 13:00 CET which is 8:00 am EDT.

To find out when the IQT EUROPE event takes place in your time zone, please visit the World Clock at www.timeanddate.com.

October 26th

Networking Lounge and Exhibit Hall

13:00 CET
(8:00 A.M. EDT)
Welcome and Introduction to our Sponsors and Exhibitors
Guidance will be provided in how to join in the discussions at the tables or in the sponsor meeting rooms.
13:20 CET
(8:20 A.M. EDT)
Networking Lounge is open
Come visit with our sponsors and exhibitors! You will be able to meet “face-to-face” with the company representatives and others who may be visiting the meeting room or booth at the same time.

In addition, there is a “coffee bar” where you may meet other conference attendees for impromptu discussions or just to get to know each other.
16:00 CET
(11:00 A.M. EDT)
Wrap up of the day and information about the Networking Lounge during the rest of the week.
October 27th

Quantum Computing

Networking Lounge Hours
14:30 CET (9:30 A.M. EDT) - 17:30 CET (12:30 P.M. EDT)
12:30 CET
(7:30 A.M. EDT)
Chairperson opens conference

Speaker: Christopher Bishop - Chairperson, Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

12:40 CET
(7:40 A.M. EDT)
Review of the day ahead

Speaker: Lawrence Gasman - Inside Quantum Technology, President

12:45 CET
(7:45 A.M.)
Opening keynote:

Moderator: Kees Eijkel

Speaker: Ronald Hanson — Chair of the Dutch National Agenda, Quantum Technology

13:10 CET
(8:10 A.M. EDT)
The Debate on Quantum Advantage

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman

Speaker 1: Joseph Emerson — Founder and CEO of Quantum Benchmark, Fellow, CIFAR Quantum Information Science Program, Institute for Quantum Computing & Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo

Speaker 2: Lieven Vandersypen — Scientific Director of QuTech and Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Professor at the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

Speaker 3: Robert Sutor — IBM Research - VP - IBM Quantum Ecosystem Development

Speaker 4: William Zeng — Head of Quantum Research, Goldman Sachs

14:05 CET
(9:05 A.M. EDT)
Quantum computing: Technical and architectural trends

Moderator: Kees Eijkel

Speaker 1: Catherine McGeoch — Senior Scientist, D-Wave

Speaker 2: Philip Makotyn — Sr. Quantum Marketing Manager, Honeywell

Speaker 3: Ravi Pillarisetty — Senior Research Scientist, Intel

14:45 CET
(9:45 A.M. EDT)
Break - Visit the Network Lounge
15:05 CET
(10:05 A.M. EDT)
Keynote

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman

Speaker: Chiara Marletto — Research Fellow at Wolfson College, University of Oxford

15:40 CET
(10:40 A.M. EDT)
Emerging technologies and companies in quantum computing

Moderator: Freeke Heijman

Speaker 1: Himadri Majumdar — Program Manager, Quantum Technologies, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.

Speaker 2: Tony Lawrence — Founder and CEO of Light Rider and VOR Technology

Speaker 3: Adriaan Rol — Co-founder and Director of Research & Development, Orange Quantum Systems

16:20 CET
(11:20 A.M. EDT)
Cryo, control and subsystems for quantum computing

Speaker 1: Niels Bultink — Co-Founder CEO, Qblox BV

Speaker 2: Hans van den Vlekkert — CEO, Quix

17:00 CET
(12:00 P.M. EDT)
End of day – Chairperson closes

Speaker: Christopher Bishop - Chairperson, Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

17:30 CET
(12:30 P.M. EDT)
Networking Lounge Closes
October 28th

Quantum Computing Software and Applications

Networking Lounge Hours
14:30 CET (9:30 A.M. EDT) - 17:30 CET (12:30 P.M. EDT)
12:30 CET
(7:30 A.M. EDT)
Chairperson opens conference

Speaker: Christopher Bishop - Chairperson, Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

12:35 CET
(7:35 A.M. EDT)
Review of the day ahead

Speaker: Lawrence Gasman - Inside Quantum Technology, President

12:40 CET
(7:40 A.M. EDT)
Presentation of IQT Research's Forecast of the Quantum Technology Market: Computers, Quantum Safe and the Quantum Networking

Speaker: Lawrence Gasman - Inside Quantum Technology, President

13:15 CET
(8:15 A.M. EDT)
Evolution of operating systems for quantum Computers

Moderator: Doug Finke

Speaker 1: Bettina Heim — Senior Software Engineering Manager, Microsoft

Speaker 2: Damien Nguyen — Physicist and Software Engineer/Researcher, Huawei, ProjectQ

Speaker 3: Iordanis Kerenidis — Head of Quantum Algorithms International, QC Ware

14:00 CET
(9:00 A.M. EDT)
Quantum emulators and hybrid systems

Moderator: Victor Land

Speaker 1: Ariana Torres — HPC/Quantum computing consultant, SURF

Speaker 2: Richard Versluis — Principal Systems Engineer CSEP at TNO and Director Engineering of the Quantum Computing Division at QuTec

Speaker 3: Steve Brierley — CEO and Founder, Riverlane

14:40 CET
(9:40 A.M. EDT)
Break - Visit the Network Lounge
15:00 CET
(10:00 A.M. EDT)
Keynote:

Speaker: Harry Buhrman — Executive Director of QuSoft, Professor of algorithms, complexity theory, and quantum computing at the University of Amsterdam

15:35 CET
(10:35 A.M. EDT)
User experiences: Financial services industry

Moderator: Dimitri van Esch

Speaker 1: Carlos Kuchkovsky Jimenez — Chief R&D and Technology Officer - New digital business, BBVA

Speaker 2: Jeffrey Cohen — Founder, Chicago Quantum and President, US Advanced Computing Infrastructure, Inc.

16:00 CET
(11:00 A.M. EDT)
User experiences: Aerospace and automotive

Moderator: Koen Groenland

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

Speaker 2: Thomas Strohm — Senior Expert / Coordinator of Quantum Technologies, Robert Bosch GmbH

Speaker 3: Paolo Bianco — Global R&T Cooperation Manager, Airbus

16:30 CET
(11:30 A.M. EDT)
User experiences: Pharma and chemicals industry

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman

Speaker 1: Govinda Bhisetti — Principal Investigator and Head of Computational Chemistry Department, Biogen

Speaker 2: Benno Broer — CEO, Qu & Co BV

Speaker 3: Toby Cubitt — Director and Founder, Phasecraft

16:55 CET
(11:55 A.M. EDT)
End of day – Chairperson closes

Speaker: Christopher Bishop - Chairperson, Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

17:30 CET
(12:30 P.M. EDT)
Networking Lounge Closes
October 29th — Sponsored by Toshiba

Quantum Communications

Networking Lounge Hours
14:30 CET (9:30 A.M. EDT) - 17:30 CET (12:30 P.M. EDT)
12:30 CET
(7:30 A.M. EDT)
Chairperson opens conference

Speaker: Christopher Bishop - Chairperson, Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

12:35 CET
(7:35 A.M. EDT)
Review of the day ahead

Speaker: Lawrence Gasman - Inside Quantum Technology, President

12:40 CET
(7:40 A.M. EDT)
Message from our sponsor
12:45 CET
(7:45 A.M. EDT)
Keynote: Sponsor

Speaker 1: Taro Shimada — Corporate Vice President and Chief Digital Officer, Toshiba Corporation

Speaker 2: Paul Crane — Converged Network Research Director, BT

13:15 CET
(8:15 A.M. EDT)
Evolution of the Quantum Internet

Speaker 1: Matthias Van Den Bossche — Director, Telecommunication and Navigation Systems R&D, Thales Alenia Space

Speaker 2: Saikat Guha — Director, NSF Center for Quantum Networks Associate Professor of Optical Sciences, Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

Speaker 3: Prineha Narang — CTO, Aliro Quantum, Evolution of the Quantum Internet

14:00 CET
(9:00 A.M. EDT)
Markets for QKD systems

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman

Speaker 1: Andrew Shields — Head of Quantum Technology at Toshiba Europe

Speaker 2: Axel Foery — Executive VP Quantum-Safe Security, ID Quantique

Speaker 3: Denise Ruffner — Chief Business Officer, Cambridge Quantum Computing

14:40 CET
(9:40 A.M. EDT)
Break - Visit the Network Lounge
15:00 CET
(10:00 A.M. EDT)
Keynote:

Speaker: Stephanie Wehner — Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Professor at Delft University of Technology and Roadmap Leader of the Quantum Internet and Networked Computing initiative at QuTech

15:30 CET
(10:30 A.M. EDT)
Message from our sponsor
15:35 CET
(10:35 A.M. EDT)
Applications and use cases for quantum communications

Moderator: Jesse Robbers

Speaker 1: Andrew Thain — Quantum Communications Point of Contact, Airbus

16:05 CET
(11:05 A.M. EDT)
Quantum-safe solutions

Moderator: Jesse Robbers

Speaker 1: Bruno Huttner — Director of Strategic Quantum Initiatives, ID Quantique

Speaker 2: Jaya Baloo — Chief Information Security Officer, Avast Software s.r.o.

Speaker 3: Michele Mosca — Founder of the Institute for Quantum Computing, Professor in the Department of Combinatorics & Optimization at the University of Waterloo

16:35 CET
(11:35 A.M. EDT)
Accelerating quantum technologies for communication and sensing

Speaker: David Awschalom — Director, Chicago Quantum Exchange

17:05 CET
(12:05 P.M. EDT)
End of day – Chairperson closes

Speaker: Christopher Bishop - Chairperson, Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

17:30 CET
(12:30 P.M. EDT)
Networking Lounge Closes
October 30th

Quantum Sensors, Quantum Policy and Quantum Investments

Networking Lounge Hours
14:30 CET (9:30 A.M. EDT) - 17:30 CET (12:30 P.M. EDT)
12:30 CET
(7:30 A.M. EDT)
Chairperson opens conference

Speaker: Christopher Bishop - Chairperson, Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

12:35 CET
(7:35 A.M. EDT)
Review of the day ahead

Speaker: Lawrence Gasman - Inside Quantum Technology, President

12:40 CET
(7:40 A.M. EDT)
Message from our sponsor
12:45 CET
(7:45 A.M. EDT)
Keynote: Sponsor
13:15 CET
(8:15 A.M. EDT)
Quantum sensor evolution

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman

Speaker 1: Jay Hendricks — Deputy Program Manager, NIST on a Chip

Speaker 2: Kai Bongs — Director, UK National Quantum Technology Hub in Sensors and Metrology

13:55 CET
(8:55 A.M. EDT)
Inside Quantum Technology: IQT’s forecast for quantum sensors
14:00 CET
(9:00 A.M. EDT)
Jobs and education in the quantum technology sector

Moderator: Menno Veldhorst

Speaker 1: Araceli Venegas-Gomez — Founder & CEO, QURECA Ltd (Quantum Resources & Careers)

Speaker 2: Dennis Rot — Director Quantum for Business, Cronos Groep

Speaker 3: Ricardo Pérez-Castillo — Quantum Software Engineering, University of Castilla-La Mancha / aQuantum

Speaker 4: Terrill Frantz — Associate Professor of eBusiness and Cybersecurity, Harrisburg University

14:40 CET
(9:40 A.M. EDT)
Break - Visit the Network Lounge
15:00 CET
(10:00 A.M. EDT)
Keynote:
15:30 CET
(10:30 A.M. EDT)
Message from our sponsor
15:35 CET
(10:35 A.M. EDT)
Quantum Policy in Europe

Moderator: Freeke Heijman

Speaker 1: Tommaso Calarco — Director, Institute for Quantum Control, Research Center Jülich and Chair, EU Quantum Community Network

Speaker 2: Pascal Maillot — Deputy Head of Unit HPC and Quantum Technologies, European Commission

16:05 CET
(11:05 A.M. EDT)
Quantum-hubs in Europe

Moderator: Kees Eijkel

Speaker 1: Andrew Collins — Lecturer and Enterprise Developer, University of Bristol, Quantum Technology Enterprise Centre

Speaker 2: Freeke Heijman — Director Strategic Development, QuTech
Special advisor to the Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy on Quantum Technologies.

16:45 CET
(11:45 A.M. EDT)
VCs and the quantum sector in Europe

Speaker 1: Stephen Nundy — CTO & Partner, Lakestar

Speaker 2: Ton van 't Noordende — Position Founder, PHX

Speaker 3: Ekaterina Almasque — General Partner, Open Ocean

Speaker 4: Christophe Jurcrzak — Managing Director, Quantonation

17:15 CET
(12:15 P.M. EDT)
End of day – Chairperson closes

Speaker: Christopher Bishop - Chairperson, Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

17:30 CET
(12:30 P.M. EDT)
Networking Lounge Closes
Exhibitors / Sponsors

(to date)

Media Sponsors
Sponsor and Exhibit

For Additional Information

Marilyn Reed

marilyn@3dprint.com

Phone (USA):
(781) 254–1062

Be The Overall Conference Sponsor
(1 available)

This sponsorship package includes:

  • Speaking opportunity as an opening keynoter the first conference day (October 27th) Dedicated 30-minute presentation online
  • Ability to hold giveaways, raffles, demos and other offerings by request facilitated by our company
  • Reporting of how many attendees viewed the session.
  • 5-minute message presented live each morning as Conference Sponsor (Tuesday – Friday)
  • Unlimited Complimentary Conference Registrations for the full conference online. Give registrations to your clients, prospects, and colleagues. (Value of € 200 per registration)
  • Your own branded room in the NETWORKING LOUNGE where your staff may hold meetings or have open face-to-face live video discussions with attendees.
  • Dedicated exhibit hours during the four days (in addition to the hours on Monday, October 26th)
  • Space in the online exhibit hall. A click on your logo will bring up a customizable exhibitor page. Content within that page may include an article, an embedded video, and links back to your site
  • Further networking opportunities with our IQT User Groups community on SLACK.
  • The exhibit hall and networking lounge will be open for you to have meetings with attendees while they are not distracted with the conference schedule. (4 dedicated hours)
  • Both the exhibit hall and networking lounge are open to all with free expo-only registration.
  • Your up-to-one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions at least 2 times during the 4 days of conference. Sponsor provides the video.
  • Full page ad in a prominent location within the online program guide as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the exhibit directory.
  • Your logo on:

    The live conference platform page
    Insidequantumtechnology.com home page
    Conference home page
    On event online banners

  • Dedicated PR
  • Dedicated social media promotion
  • One lead generation email outreach to attendees
  • Access to the Opt-In Attendee list: name, title, company, and email.
Be a Day Sponsor
(1 available each of the 4 days)

Vertically Focused Subject Per Day

October 27
Quantum Computing

October 28
Quantum Computing Software and Applications

October 29
Quantum Communications

October 30
Quantum Sensors / Quantum Clusters and Policy

This sponsorship package includes:

  • Keynote opportunity on the day of sponsorship …Dedicated 30-minute presentation online
  • Ability to hold giveaways, raffles, demos and other offerings by request facilitated by our streaming company
  • Reporting of how many attendees viewed the session live.
  • 5-minute message presented live either the morning or afternoon of sponsorship
  • 100 Complimentary Conference Registrations for the full conference online. Give registrations to your clients, prospects, and colleagues. (Value of € 200 per registration)
  • Your own branded room in the NETWORKING LOUNGE where your staff may hold meetings or have open face-to-face live video discussions with attendees.
  • Dedicated exhibit hours during the four days (in addition to the hours on Monday, October 26th)
  • Space in the online exhibit hall. A click on your logo will bring up a customizable exhibitor page. Content within that page may include an article, an embedded video, and links back to your site
  • Further networking opportunities with our IQT User Groups community on SLACK.
  • The exhibit hall and networking lounge will be open for you to have meetings with attendees while they are not distracted with the conference schedule. (4 dedicated hours)
  • Both the exhibit hall and networking lounge are open to all with free expo-only registration.
  • Your up-to-one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions at least 2 times during the 4 days of conference. Sponsor provides the video.
  • Full page ad in a prominent location within the online program guide as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the exhibit directory.
  • Your logo on:

    The live conference platform page on the day of your sponsorship
    Insidequantumtechnology.com home page
    Conference home page
    On event online banners

  • Social media and PR promotion wherever sponsors are mentioned.
  • Access to the Opt-In Attendee list: name, title, company, and email.
Be a Standard Exhibitor

This sponsorship package includes:

  • Your own branded table in the NETWORKING LOUNGE where your staff may have face-to-face live video discussions with attendees.
  • Dedicated exhibit hours during the four days (in addition to the hours on Monday, October 26th)
  • Space in the online exhibit hall. A click on your logo will bring up a customizable exhibitor page. Content within that page may include an article, an embedded video, and links back to your site
  • Further networking opportunities with our IQT User Groups community on SLACK.
  • 30 Complimentary Conference Registrations for the full conference online. Give registrations to your clients, prospects, and colleagues. (Value of € 200 per registration)
  • The exhibit hall and networking lounge will be open for you to have meetings with attendees while they are not distracted with the conference schedule. (4 dedicated hours)
  • Both the exhibit hall and networking lounge are open to all with free expo-only registration.
  • Your up-to-one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions at least 2 times during the 4 days of conference. Exhibitor provides the video.
  • Half page ad in a prominent location within the online program guide as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the exhibit directory.
  • Your logo on:

    Insidequantumtechnology.com home page
    Conference home page
    On event online banners

  • Social media and PR promotion wherever exhibitors are mentioned.
  • Access to the Opt-In Attendee list: name, title, company, and email.
Be The Coffee Bar Sponsor

The Networking Lounge will have a “Coffee Bar”.

It is a place where people who want to meet others to chat or have general discussions may meet. It is also the place for those waiting for a meeting with an exhibitor to relax. It will have live face-to-face video interaction.

Be The Program Advertiser
Full page (non-exhibitor, non-sponsor)

Conference Online Program Advertising

There will be a conference program online that can be downloaded or viewed as is. The program is a go-to for conference attendees as it will have detailed information about the presentations and speakers as well as the schedule for each day. The program will be archived along with the conference materials. Exhibitors and sponsors will have their logos, company name, and description in the program. Your logo and company name will appear on the conference website as advertiser

Advertiser provides the .pdf copy.

For Additional Information

Marilyn Reed

marilyn@3dprint.com

Phone (USA):
(781) 254–1062

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