Quantum.Tech to Host a Virtual Event Covering Quantum Computing, Communications and Sensing April 12-14

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Learn about the latest commercial applications in quantum computing, communications and sensing at Quantum.Tech’s April 12-14 virtual event.

Quantum.Tech will host a virtual event covering quantum computing, communications and sensing April 12-14. This is the first conference and exhibition covering the emerging commercial applications of quantum technologies.

Tackling the spectrum of quantum technology, from quantum computing to sensing & metrology and secure communications & cryptography, this global forum will help Fortune 1000 enterprises understand and navigate the quantum landscape, assess risks and opportunities, and help senior executives build a roadmap for quantum readiness. According to event organizers, enterprises need to understand the current status of the quantum landscape, explore potential applications, benchmark against peers in their market, and drive forward their internal adoption of these technologies.

Quantum.Tech has invited world-renowned experts in these fields and research areas to speak at the event.

The event is aimed at bringing together industry, research institutions, government agencies and investors who have a primary goal to drive forward the commercialization and real-world deployment of quantum technologies.

To boost and build industry connections, participants will also be able to meet and talk with peers and colleagues — and also build industry connections — during virtual networking sessions.

According to the organizations, whether you are just starting to assess the quantum landscape, or you have a fully fledged program in place, Quantum.Tech is the one “must attend” meeting to drive forward your knowledge and expertise.

Learn more here.

Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne is a contributor at The Quantum Daily. He focuses on breaking news about quantum discoveries and quantum computing. Matt enjoys working on -- and with -- startups and is currently working on a media studies master's degree, specializing in science communication.

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