Quantum computing, towards a new industry
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Industry 4.0 and its technologies bring with it a great challenge for classical computing, and that is that they require increasingly powerful equipment. This problem is solved with the arrival of quantum computing.
To explain what the transition from computing in bits to qbits can mean for the industry, AUSAPE has organized a conference entitled: “Towards a quantum computing industry”.
This event will take place on September 20 at the Hotel Ilunion Suites in Madrid (C/ López de Hoyos, 143), from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The conference, presented by Nacho Santillana, will also feature Jose María Bornás, Channel Director for SAP Spain; Laure le Bars, Director of Quantum Computing at SAP and Enrique Lizaso, CEO of Multiverse computing.
AUSAPE organizes an innovation conference to explain how quantum computing will affect industrial businesses
Laure Le Bars, director of research projects at SAP Technology & Innovation, is in fact a reference expert in quantum computing: president of the European Quantum Industry Consortium (QuIC) and co-director of the Quantum Computing Industry Group (DACH), she also coordinates an initiative of quantum computing in SAP.
In addition, it is part of various projects such as the Big Data Value Association, Smart Data Innovation Lab, EIT Digital or Academy Cube and participates in the Franco-German cooperation on digital economy.
For his part, Enrique Lizaso is one of the founders of Multiverse computing, a company specialized in developing quantum software for different verticals such as finance, energy, mobility or cyber security.