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APEGBC Branch Event: Tour of D-Wave Systems (Quantum Computing)
Organized by the Burnaby/New Westminster Branch of APEGBC
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Advanced registration is now closed or the event is sold out. For space availability, please contact
Thursday, October 1, 2015
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
3033 Beta Avenue, Burnaby, BC
1.5 Informal Professional Development Hours (PDH)
Please join the Burnaby/New West Branch for a site tour of the Quantum Computer (D-Wave Systems). See below for more information.
D-Wave was founded in 1999 with the goal of making practical quantum computing a reality. For 5 years the company worked to gather intellectual property and ideas on how quantum computing might be accomplished. Key insights about how such a system could be built led to the decision to utilize and advance superconducting technology as the basis of the quantum computer.
Today D-Wave is the recognized leader in the development, fabrication, and integration of superconducting quantum computers. The D-Wave systems are being used by world-class organizations and institutions including Lockheed-Martin, Google, NASA and USC. D-Wave has been granted over 100 US patents and has published over 60 peer-reviewed papers in leading scientific journals.
For more information on D-Wave,
Due to space limitations, registrations will be limited to the first 10 online responses, please register by
September 28, 2015.
If you have any questions please contact the Burnaby/New Westminster branch at
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