Creators and Guests

Dan Holme
Host
Dan Holme
Quantum curious technologist and student. Industry and Consulting Partnerships at Cisco.
Appears in 28 episodes
Stephen DiAdamo
Host
Stephen DiAdamo
Research scientist at Cisco, with a background in quantum networks and communication.
Appears in 18 episodes
Amber Shepherd
Guest
Amber Shepherd
PhD Student at the University of Sussex.
Appears in 1 episode
Andrew Lord
Guest
Andrew Lord
Senior Manager, optical networks and quantum research at BT, Fellow of IEEE ( nominated from the Communications Society) and BT Distinguished Engineer
Appears in 1 episode
Carmen Recio Valcarce
Guest
Carmen Recio Valcarce
Quantum Computing Engineer - Moody's Analytics
Appears in 1 episode
Claire Le Gall
Guest
Claire Le Gall
VP of Technology - Nu Quantum
Appears in 1 episode
Daniel Brau
Guest
Daniel Brau
Daniel Brau is the accomplished CEO of Miraex, a visionary leader in the field of photonic and quantum full-stack solutions. With a rich and diverse career spanning over two decades, Daniel brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his role. Before taking the helm at Miraex, he served as the Managing Director at Tibidabo Scientific Industries, where he demonstrated his adept leadership for over three years. Prior to that, Daniel held key positions, including Sales & Marketing Director at PHOTONIC SCIENCE SAS, solidifying his reputation as a seasoned professional in the industry. Daniel's educational background, including an MBA in Strategic Marketing and Innovation from MBA Management School of Lyon and a Master's Degree in Material Science from Université of Paris-Sud, Orsay, reflects his commitment to both business acumen and technological innovation. As CEO of Miraex, he continues to drive cutting-edge solutions that are transforming the landscape of sensing, networking, and computing.
Appears in 1 episode
Harold Ollivier
Guest
Harold Ollivier
Quantum information theory is the most general framework to understand man made processes, such as quantum algorithms and cryptographic protocols, but also natural ones such as noise and emergence an objective classical world out of the quantum realm. That's why it's so appealing to me: a tunable mix of foundations and applications with beautiful mathematics.
Appears in 1 episode
Juan Moreno
Guest
Juan Moreno
Developer Advocate @ AWS Center for Quantum Networking. All things quantum. Opinions are my own.
Appears in 1 episode
Kevin Berghoff
Guest
Kevin Berghoff
Making the invisible visible with quantum sensing! đź’Ž I am in charge of the business side of QuantumDiamonds, a spin-off from TU Munich. We have developed atom-sized quantum sensors in diamonds with unprecedented sensitivities for magnetic fields, temperature and pressure, functioning under the hardest conditions. Industrial applications range from semiconductor manufacturing quality control, bio-imaging and spectroscopy to quantum computing.
Appears in 1 episode
Kevin Fuechsel
Guest
Kevin Fuechsel
Dr. Kevin FĂĽchsel is the CEO of Quantum Optics Jena GmbH, a company focused on pioneering high-security quantum communication. The firm, a spin-off from the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering IOF, is developing quantum-based solutions for modern communication systems. Dr. FĂĽchsel, together with Dr. Oliver de Vries, has played a key role in the company's formation and its initial project to develop an entangled photon source for quantum key distribution. Prior to his current role, Dr. FĂĽchsel worked at the Fraunhofer IOF from September 2013 to March 2021, where he was the Head of Department for Strategy, Marketing, and Coordination. Dr. FĂĽchsel's academic background includes a Dipl.-Phys. in Physics and a Dr. rer. nat. in Physics, both from Friedrich Schiller University Jena. His education has been integral to his success in the field of quantum optics and technology.
Appears in 1 episode
Maksym Sich
Guest
Maksym Sich
Co-Founder and CEO of Aegiq
Appears in 1 episode
Mirella Koleva
Guest
Mirella Koleva
I direct and lead Quantopticon, a British-American start-up creating the world's first design software platform for quantum photonics hardware resign and optimisation. Called Quantillion, our state-of-the-art software is uniquely capable of computing the parameter set that translates into peak-performant quantum-photonic devices – such as single- and entangled-photon sources, qubits and quantum logic gates. This eliminates the need to repeatedly iterate on a physical prototype in the lab and so drastically reduces the timespan and cost associated with developing high-quality quantum-photonic devices.
Appears in 1 episode
Nathan Shammah
Guest
Nathan Shammah
Chief Technology Officer of Unitary Fund, a non-profit organization that performs in-house research in quantum tech and supports the open-source software ecosystem.
Appears in 1 episode
Piotr Roztocki
Guest
Piotr Roztocki
Co-founder and CTO of Ki3 Photonics Technologies, with a present focus on research and product development in the quantum networking and computing space. The Ki3 Photonics team leverage mature fibre and integrated photonics ecosystems to create state-of-the-art hardware and software tools.
Appears in 1 episode
Poolad Imany
Guest
Poolad Imany
Quantum information expert and the founder and CEO of Icarus Quantum, a startup that develops and commercializes chip-scale integrated quantum photonic technologies. With over 10 years of experience in quantum networking, I have contributed to multiple publications and patents in the field, and worked at leading research institutions such as NIST and Purdue University. My core competencies include designing, modeling, fabricating, and testing quantum photonic devices and systems, as well as leading and managing interdisciplinary teams and projects. My mission is to leverage the power of quantum information to create innovative solutions for communication, computation, and sensing. I am passionate about advancing the frontiers of quantum science and engineering, and fostering a thriving culture in the quantum community.
Appears in 1 episode
Robert Stockill
Guest
Robert Stockill
Co-Founder and CTO. Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow (Delft University of Technology, 2019 – 2021) PhD & PostDoc in Physics (University of Cambridge, 2012 – 2018) Master's Degree in Physics (University of Oxford, 2008 – 2012) My work is centered around trying to understand how we can construct large scale quantum states, both by understanding in detail the dynamics of optically-active quantum systems, and by demonstrating the fundamental protocols for networked quantum information. Happy Place: A well-stocked record store
Appears in 1 episode
Robin Sterling
Guest
Robin Sterling
OpenQuantum CTO and Co-Founder
Appears in 1 episode
Sam Samuel
Guest
Sam Samuel
Director of Engineering, Outshift.
Appears in 1 episode
Shreyas Ramesh
Guest
Shreyas Ramesh
Shreyas is a Director, a Global Lead within Accenture’s Technology Incubation (Quantum Computing group), with over 20 years of experience in leading and implementing cutting-edge solutions within Quantum Computing, Mobility, Robotics and IoT across various industries and geographies; managing 100+ people globally and enabling 10,000+ employees across several emerging technologies. He is also responsible for the Global Quantum Computing Group’s P&L that extends to Accenture’s Federal Services. Using a risk-based approach, he demonstrates capabilities in designing, building, managing, and improving Web & Mobile platforms, infrastructure, security and operations, Six Sigma, SDLC (Agile & Waterfall) and ITIL methodologies. He is a Subject Matter Advisor leading over 32 different global clients on technology enablement and strategy development. He built and led the Accenture Digital Mobility practice in Australia, increased the headcount by 10x within 2 years. Presently in North America, he has already doubled the Quantum group practice globally while meeting leadership and investors’ expectations. He is an Accenture Certified Senior Technology Architect, certified via MIT on Quantum Information Sciences and an inventor within Accenture with several patents across industries.
Appears in 1 episode
Simon Muskett
Guest
Simon Muskett
We are on the edge of a revolution - Quantum Computing at scale, where our current limitations disappear and the power of Open Source Technology drives science further than we can imagine. I am excited to be part of this journey.
Appears in 1 episode
Timothy Spiller
Guest
Timothy Spiller
Tim is Professor of Quantum Information Technologies at the University of York. Tim is the Director of the York Centre for Quantum Technologies and also the Director of the UK Quantum Communications Hub, and he's been in that role for the last 10 years.
Appears in 1 episode
Wojciech Kozlowski
Guest
Wojciech Kozlowski
Stack and Integration Team Lead at Quantum Internet Alliance | Quantum Network Engineer at QuTech
Appears in 1 episode
Yuval Boger
Guest
Yuval Boger
CMO of QuEra, and the 'Superposition Guy'
Appears in 1 episode
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