CEATEC is a global showcase for Japan’s growth and vision of the ultra-smart community of the future, bringing together a wide range of industries to facilitate the realization of Society 5.0 – the ultra-smart society designed to further economic development and the solution of social problems.
Join us as we moderate this year's panel discussion on "Japan-UK Collaboration: Paving the Way for Quantum Enabled Future."
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Japan-UK Collaboration: Paving the Way for Quantum Enabled Future
Industry, government, and academia are working together to realize Vision of Quantum Future Society that will be essential as Society 5.0 progresses. The UK is the birthplace of modern computer science, and in the Hiroshima Accord, which deepens the Japan-UK partnership, cooperation to maintain a strategic advantage in the quantum field is of great importance. We will discuss the current state of quantum computer technology and the challenges of creating use cases and examine future developments through collaboration.
Date | October 19th (Day 3)
Time | 12:30 -13:00 JST (04:30 - 05:30 GMT)
Session | Trend/Future Global
Moderator | AJ Van Bochoven, Director, Strategic innovation, Cambridge Consultants Ltd
Yutaka Sata, Dr.Eng., Executive Officer, Corporate Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, Toshiba Corporation
Norihiro Suzuki, Ph.D., Chairman, Hitachi Research Institute (ex-Vice President and Executive Officer)
Simon Phillips, Oxford Quantum Circuits, CTO
- Quantum technology needs Deep [tech] Thinking [report]
- Quantum computing adoption – it’s time to seize the initiative [opinion]
- Quantum cloud computing plus digital service innovation will equal commercial advantage [opinion]
- Quantum computing – we must confront the threat to digital security [opinion]
AJ Van Bochoven
Director, Strategic innovation
As Head of Strategic Innovation, AJ brings more than 20 years experience in technology consultancy, specialising in R&D management and technology commercialisation projects.