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We are pleased to announce a full track on Quantum Computing @ Think Summit Copenhagen taking place on November 6th in KB Hallen.

We will kick off with the presentation A Brief Introduction to Quantum Computing by Jan B. Lillelund (CTO, IBM Denmark), which will give you an overview of the technology and current state of the market. After lunch, we get more technical with the session Introduction to IBM Qiskit by Stig Ridler (IBM Q Ambassador). This session will introduce you to the basics of the Quantum Computer programming, leading up to our hands-on session: “How to program a real Quantum Computer”. Bring your own laptop to this session, and you will be able to create your own code and execute it on the IBM Q on the IBM Cloud.

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In KB Hallen, you can also see a full-scale Cryostat, the heart of IBM Q, on display – one of only three existing in the world.

Thus, if you are ready for a boost on Quantum Computing, join us @ IBM Think Summit Copenhagen!

If you have not registered already, you can do it here:

 

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Learn more about IBM Quantum Computing here.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at janl@dk.ibm.com

CTO, Executive Architect IBM Global Markets, e-Business

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