An Introduction to Quantum Computing and Potential Use Cases | SGInnovate
April082020

Location

Online Event
Singapore

An Introduction to Quantum Computing and Potential Use Cases

Presented by SGInnovate
Partnered with IBM

This webinar intends to provide attendees with an understanding on how quantum computing is expected to help redefine industries and where businesses can benefit from possible applications in the next few years. We will cover what quantum computing is, explain the current status of research and roadmap, their potential use cases, and how to get researchers, educators, businesses and developers alike quantum ready.

Date: 8 April 2020
Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

Programme: 
10:00am – 10:30am: Potential Use Cases for Quantum Computing
-    Speaker: Jing Yi Chan, Asia Pacific IBM Quantum Ambassador and Cognitive Solutions Lead, IBM Singapore
10:30am – 11:00am: Fireside Chat and Q&A
-    Moderator: Victor Tan, Director - Venture Investing, SGInnovate

Speaker’s Profile: 

Jing Yi Chan, Asia Pacific IBM Quantum Ambassador and Cognitive Solutions Lead, IBM Singapore

Jing Yi Chan is the AP IBM Quantum Ambassador and leads the Cognitive Solutions portfolio with IBM Singapore. She earned her Physics degree from Imperial College London, specialising in quantum mechanics and dark matter research. She now works with clients from different industries, developing strategic partnerships and solving tactical business problems with IBM’s proven technology solutions; focusing primarily on AI, Big Data and Quantum Computing.

Moderator's Profile:

Victor Tan, Director - Venture Investing, SGInnovate

Victor Tan is currently part of SGInnovate’s Venture Investing team in Singapore and concurrently manages investments and operations in North America. SGInnovate is focused on enabling entrepreneurs in Singapore to build start-ups with a strong emphasis on science and deep technology. As a private organization owned by the Singapore Government, they bring together partners from the private sector, institutes of higher learning, and research organizations as part of Singapore's broader ecosystem of innovation.

 

Topics: Quantum Technologies

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