Quantum computing is transitioning from laboratory curiosity to technical reality. Today, small-scale quantum computers with 53 qubits have been demonstrated, but what can they do? What kinds of business opportunities exist and what are the challenges ahead? How and when should my company get engaged?
MIT’s Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) and the Center for Quantum Engineering (CQE) are pleased to present a special webinar and panel discussion with business leaders and researchers in quantum computing hardware and software sharing their insights on the current lay of the land, opportunities, and challenges of quantum computing.
Please join us to hear and discuss with the experts the latest in quantum computing technology.
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William D. Oliver is a Principal Investigator in the Engineering Quantum Systems Group (MIT campus) and the Quantum Information and Integrated Nanosystems Group (MIT Lincoln Laboratory). He provides programmatic and technical leadership targeting the development of quantum and classical high-performance computing technologies. Will’s research interests include the materials growth, fabrication, design, and measurement of superconducting qubits, as well as the development of cryogenic packaging and control electronics involving cryogenic CMOS and single-flux quantum digital logic. Will is a Fellow of the American Physical Society; serves on the US Committee for Superconducting Electronics; is an IEEE Applied Superconductivity Conference (ASC) Board Member; and is a member of IEEE, APS, Sigma Xi, Phi Beta Kappa, and Tau Beta Pi.
Will received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Stanford University, the SM in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT, and a BS in Electrical Engineering and BA in Japanese from the University of Rochester (NY).