Inside Quantum Technology
19 - 21 February 2020
Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India
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About Inside Quantum Technology

Quantum computing applies the properties of quantum physics to process information. Operating with nanoscale components at temperatures colder than intergalactic space, quantum computing has the potential to solve some of the world’s toughest challenges. Taking only days or hours to solve problems that would take billions of years using today’s computers, quantum computers will enable new discoveries in the areas of healthcare, energy, environmental systems, smart materials, and beyond.

How do quantum computers work?

In quantum computing, a qubit (short for quantum bit) is a unit of quantum information—similar to a classical bit. Where classical bits hold a single binary value such as a 0 or 1, a qubit can hold both values at the same time in what's known as a superposition state. When multiple qubits act coherently, they can process multiple options simultaneously. This allows them to process information in a fraction of the time it would take even the fastest non quantum systems.

The benefits of quantum computing

Where current computers would require tens of billions of years to solve some of the world’s most challenging problems, a quantum computer would be able to find a solution in only minutes, hours, or days. Quantum computing will enable researchers to simulate and develop new catalysts and materials, improve medicines, accelerate advances in artificial intelligence, and even answer fundamental questions about the origins of our universe.

Why quantum computing?

  • Scientific research: Simulating nature at the atomic level can help understand climate change or design wonder drugs
  • Increasing efficiency: Many industrial processes can be made more efficient, as simulations using of quantum computers help scientists to understand chemistry better.
  • National security: Can quickly break any existing security code. Designing unbreakable code then would also need them.
  • Precision measurement: Quantum computers can provide extraordinary levels of precision, and spawn a new generation of devices, etc.

Exhibitor Profile

Medical Nanobots
Human Printing
Future Food
Robot Surgeon
Quantum Computing
Limitless Power Sourced
Smart Grid Technology
Conversational Interfaces
Future Farming
Wireless Energy
Smart Clothing
Artificial Noosphere
3D Printed Architure
Future Materials
Autonomous Tracks
Synthetic Biology
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