IonQ Participates in IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering

IonQ, a leading quantum computing company, is actively participating in the IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering (QCE). This conference aims to bridge the gap between the science and industry of quantum computing, bringing together researchers, scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, developers, students, practitioners, educators, programmers, and newcomers to discuss challenges and opportunities in the field.

One of the highlights of IonQ’s participation is a presentation by Jason Laconis, an Applications Engineer at IonQ. Laconis will be speaking about quantum artificial intelligence and will delve into the topic of training an image classification algorithm on trapped-ion quantum computers. This talk is scheduled for Tuesday, September 19th at 1 pm PDT.

In addition, Ilia Khan, a Senior Staff Engineer in System Architecture & Performance, will be giving a talk titled “The Quantum Interconnect Bottleneck”. Khan’s talk will focus on modular quantum computing architectures and how to bridge the gap between the quantum networks and computing communities. This talk will take place on the same day at 2 pm PDT.

Furthermore, John Gamble, the Director of System Architecture & Performance, will lead a workshop on technology roadmapping for trapped ion quantum computing on Friday at 1:15 pm PDT.

IonQ will also be actively participating in various workshops throughout the conference. Attendees can connect with the IonQ team at booth #11 to discuss the future of quantum computing.

This participation reflects IonQ’s commitment to advancing the field of quantum computing and its application in various domains. The company’s presence at the IEEE QCE conference provides an excellent platform for knowledge exchange and collaboration among industry experts and researchers.


– IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering (QCE)