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Quantum Innovator Series

Watch this webinar series to learn from Azure Quantum scientists and leaders about the path to quantum at scale—and how to get involved.

Follow the path to quantum at scale

Get an inside, firsthand account of the Microsoft strategy for scaled quantum computing. Watch the series to:

  • Be among the first to learn about recent advancements.
  • Get inspired to drive quantum innovation in your organization.
  • Discover how quantum computing will transform various industries.
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Check out the latest episode: Entering the era of reliable quantum computing

Dr. Krysta Svore, Dr. Jenni Strabley, & Ester de Nicolás Benito

Originally Presented: April 30, 2024

Duration: 30 minutes

Previous episodes available on demand

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What will it take to create the quantum internet of the future?

Dr. Krysta Svore and Dr. Stephanie Simmons

Originally presented: January 31, 2024

Duration: 30 minutes

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How can Azure Quantum Elements accelerate scientific discovery today and in the future?

Dr. Nathan Baker and Dominik Wee

Originally presented: November 28, 2023

Duration: 26 minutes

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How can you prepare for the future quantum workforce?

Dr. Wim van Dam and Mariia Mykhailova

Originally presented: October 10, 2023

Duration: 22 minutes

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How will a hybrid of classical and quantum compute in the cloud enable a new class of applications?

Dr. Krysta Svore and Mark Russinovich

Originally presented: May 16, 2023

Duration: 30 minutes

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How can we solve quantum problems today and in the future?

Dr. Matthias Troyer

Originally presented: April 20, 2023

Duration: 25 minutes

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Why and what is the future of the topological qubit?

Dr. Chetan Nayak

Originally presented: February 28, 2023

Duration: 21 minutes