Russian Quantum Center, the Roscongress Foundation and Rosatom are proud to
announce the third international online discussion within the framework of
«Quantum of the Future».
of the Future» is a series of open sessions dedicated to quantum computing,
quantum communications and complete data security, as well as applications of
quantum technologies in healthcare.
The third discussion, titled «Can
quantum technologies grant us immortality?», will be held 18th June at 5pm Moscow time on the Roscongress
Foundations website and YouTube
Moderating the event will be Ruslan
Yunusov, who is heading Rosatoms project to build a quantum computer in
Russia. Viewers will be able to put forward their questions during the stream or
in advance of the programme by writing to email@example.com. «Quantum sensors are a very promising technology that is based on the
high sensitivity of quantum systems,» explains Ruslan Yunusov, «therefore, with the help of such sensors one
can measure the temperature of each individual cell. Five years ago, Harvard scientists
proved that the temperature of cancer cells is higher than the temperature of
healthy cells. Quantum sensors can identify and help destroy malignant cells
without affecting the healthy ones. And this is just one example of
implementing quantum technology into healthcare.»
at the online discussion:
- Otmar Wiestler, President
of The Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres, the largest scientific
organization in Germany, Chairman and scientific member of the Foundation Board
of the German Cancer Research Centre (DKFZ);
- Gleb Sukhorukov, specialist
in the field of physical chemistry, Professor at Queen Mary University of
London (UK), Professor at Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, was
named among top-10 world-known scientists of Russian origin by Forbes in 2011;
Malgaroli, Full Professor of Physiology at Vita-Salute San
Raffaele University (Italy), undertakes studies about how the brain works;
Sebastiano, Assistant Professor at Stanford Medicine (USA), explores
the rejuvenation of the cells;
Verdesi, anthopologist and author of the Superhuman
methodology based on the research of world religions and the latest discoveries
in quantum physics and neurobiology;
- Maksim Ostras, head of
the «M-Granat» project that specializes in developing ultra-sensitive magnetic field
sensors for applications in medicine.
programme is being supported by MKR Media and the Friends for Leadership
business initiative in partnership with PGBgroup2.0 and popular science publication
The first meetup titled
«Quantum computing: Answers to Global Challenges» occurred
4th June. The participants discussed how our day-to-day lives would soon change dramatically thanks to quantum technology.
The second meetup titled
«Quantum communications: absolutely secured future» occurred 11th
June. World-renowned scientists as well as business associates weighed on the
topic of quantum cryptography and fully protected communication.
and summary are available on the Roscongress Foundation website by the link.
The fourth discussion, titled «Quantum Technology Markets: Who Is
Investing and Why?» is scheduled for 25th June. The
list of speakers for this discussion is currently being updated and will be
announced in due course on the Roscongress
Foundation website, and the News section of the Russian Quantum Center website.
We also invite you to learn more about the advancement of quantum technology in
Russia and worldwide from the lectures on RQCs official YouTube channel.