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Is your organization ready to develop quantum software?

17th June 2020






aQuantum , the division of Alhambra IT specialized in research, development, consulting and services in the fields of Software Engineering and Quantum Programming, and in charge of managing the tasks of the agreement signed between Alhambra IT and Grupo Alarcos (UCLM) for the realization joint R&D work in these fields, together with Training and Talent, organizes the line of high added value Training services, Human Resources and the Talent Management circuit of M2i Formación, a working webinar on Thursday, June 18 from 11am to 1pm , with which they intend make companies consider it feasible to introduce quantum software into their business strategies.

With this online event we aim to capture the attention of all those companies that are beginning to consider starting to take their first steps in quantum programming but who do not dare or do not know how to implement this new technological paradigm in their strategies and projects, as well as for those who want to train their teams in this widely unknown and unexplored technology. It is time to invest in technologies that promote business activity and quantum software is one of them.

After the success of the first International Workshop on Software Engineering and Quantum Programming QANSWER , from which emerged the Manifesto Talavera , aQuantum, together with the University of Castilla La Mancha (UCLM) , confirms its participation in two events of high international recognition: QUATIC’2020 , to be held from 9 to 11 September in Faro (Portugal), to which they will provide a new track "Quality Aspects in Quantum Computing” < / a> e IEEE Quantum Week 2020 taking place Oct. 12-16 in Denver (USA), in which they are responsible for the workshop "Quantum Software Engineering and Technology" .

Registration is free
Thursday June 18, 2020
From 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Online mode only



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