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Quantum Computing: Making a quantum leap into the future

Adam Hammond
IBM Quantum Distinguished Ambassador, London, UK


Data Science with AI created a software paradigm and inevitably follows it with an advanced hardware quantum computing paradigm for further development! This evolution marks a significant shift in contemporary scientific research within the domain of Data Science, encompassing Big Data, AI, High-Performance Computing (HPC), and Quantum Computing (QC), which represent by Information and Communication Science and Technology (ICST). These fields increasingly depend on sophisticated distributed computing systems that offer substantial computational power. In light of current technological advancements, the demand for HPC and QC in scientific research stems from their unparalleled ability to handle vast datasets, execute complex simulations, address previously unsolvable challenges, and foster interdisciplinary studies. This, in turn, propels advancements across various scientific domains, highlighting the critical role of these computing paradigms in driving forward scientific innovation and discovery.

Adam Hammond leads IBM’s Quantum business in a number of countries across Europe. In this role he works with governments, universities and enterprises showcasing the potential of Quantum computing, helping to build national strategies to create Quantum economies, build skilled workforces and encourage utility-scale research into useful Quantum computing use cases. Adam graduated from the University of Manchester in the UK with a degree in Computer Science and is a Fellow of the British Computing Society.

Join us on Wednesday, May 22 at the formal opening of MIPRO 2024 in Opatija!

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Thursday, February 29, 2024

Dew Computing

A book on Dew Computing has been published

Springer has published a new book on Dew Computing as the entry level of the Dew-Fog-Cloud service hierarchy. 

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Zorislav Šojat maintains Computer Science oriented pages, where many MIPRO Conference videos, interviews with scientists and other interesting material can be found:

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