In the coming years, quantum technologies will make it possible to do things that might seem unthinkable today. With quantum, it will be possible to perform sophisticated computational tasks, like modelling biomolecular and chemical reactions, that the most powerful supercomputers cannot currently manage. Quantum will allow us to send sensitive information safely to anywhere, or even diagnose diseases quicker by looking inside cells.
Europe has a long-lasting tradition of excellence in quantum research. This legacy is brought forward with the Quantum Technologies Flagship, a large-scale, long-term research initiative funded by the EU that brings together research institutions, industry and public funders, consolidating and expanding European scientific leadership and excellence in this field.
In this webinar we will look at the “State of the Art” in Quantum Technologies Standardisation, discuss European Policy and Strategies for development of adoption of Quantum Technologies within the Digital Single Market, presenting expert contributions from European and International Standards Development Organisations (SDOs).
Ray Walshe - StandICT.eu 2023 EUOS Director
Oscar Diez - Head of Sector Quantum Computing at European Commission
Richard Pitwon - Chair IEC TC 86/SC 86B & StandICT.eu 2023 Fellow
Nicolas Spethmann - Co-chairs of Cen-Cenelec FGQT
Nooshin Amirifar - Project Manager and Secretariat member of Cen-Cenelec FGQT
Jonathan J. Attia - President at Feynam Foundation and Chair of IEEE 2995 WG
Overview of Standards patterns in the field
Who should attend?
Industry Stakeholders in Quantum technologies
SDOs and National Standards Bodies Representatives