COLLEGE PARK, Maryland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–IonQ (NYSE: IONQ), an industry leader in quantum computing, today announced its participation in the IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering (QCE22). The week-long event will take place in Broomfield, Colorado, September 18-23, 2022, and will bring together some of the world’s leading quantum researchers, scientists, entrepreneurs, and scholars to discuss and explore the latest advances in quantum science.
IonQ Co-Founder and Chief Scientist Chris Monroe will moderate the event on September 19, where he will summarize the distinct advantages of trapped ion quantum computers in academic and industrial settings, as well as their uses in scientific applications. and commercial. Co-founder and CTO Jungsang Kim will also participate in a workshop program on September 20, focused on building control systems for trapped-ion quantum computers.
Other members of the IonQ team will also join a number of workshops and panel discussions throughout the week, exploring topics such as working with the Microsoft Azure quantum platform, the need for low-level programming to provide a quantum advantage and the main challenges when scaling to practical quantum computing. Other panelists and workshop participants include researchers and executives from Microsoft, IBM, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and more.
Visit the conference page here to learn more about QCE22, or click here to learn about IonQ’s latest updates for its IonQ Aria system.
IonQ, Inc. is a leader in quantum computing, with a proven track record in innovation and deployment. IonQ’s current-generation quantum computer, IonQ Forte, is the latest in a line of state-of-the-art systems, including IonQ Aria, an industry-leading 23-qubit algorithmic system. Along with record-breaking performance, IonQ has defined what it thinks is the best way forward to scale. IonQ is the only company whose quantum systems are available through the cloud on Amazon Braket, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud, as well as through direct API access. IonQ was founded in 2015 by Christopher Monroe and Jungsang Kim based on 25 years of pioneering research. To find out more, visit www.ionq.com.
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