QuantumCuse is proud to host a talk by Dr. Mark Jackson, senior quantum evangelist at Quantinuum on November 4, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Peter Graham Scholarly Commons, Bird Library. The event is open to all Syracuse University students, faculty, and alumni, and will feature industry updates and a conversation about career paths in quantum computing.
Register now to reserve your seat. The doors open at 11:00 AM with lunch provided by Quantinuum.
Offering welcoming remarks will be David Seaman, dean of Syracuse University Libraries and intern dean of the School of Information Studies (iSchool).
Dr. Jackson is a theoretical physicist with expertise in the quantum computing industry. He holds a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from Columbia University with a background in mathematical modeling and computational physics. Prior to joining Quantinuum, he worked for Cambridge Quantum Computing and Singularity University. He is an advisor to the Futurism Lab, part of NEXUS Global Summit.
Quantinuum is an organization of world-class scientists leading a technological revolution that unites best-in-class software with high-fidelity hardware to accelerate quantum computing. With integrated, full-stack technology, it is rapidly scaling quantum computing. The company is a combination of Cambridge Quantum with Honeywell Quantum Solutions, structured to drive the future of quantum computing. It unites best-in-class software and enabling tools with the best-performing quantum computers, delivering on the potential of quantum technology. The company aims to be a center of gravity for quantum computing, supporting collaboration across the ecosystem.
Quantinuum has a team of nearly 400 people that includes the world’s leading quantum computing hardware and software experts.
QuantumCuse, led by iSchool adjunct faculty member Vincent Plaza and a team of student volunteers, is a student-led club at Syracuse University committed to developing the quantum-aware workforce of tomorrow. Students in the club present on industry topics and lead hands-on tutorials. The club also fields a competition team for quantum hackathons and networking events at other universities.
QuantumCuse is hosted by Blackstone LaunchPad located in the Bird Library.