quantum tech pod episode 67: silicon based quantum computing

My latest Quantum Tech Pod with Maud Vinet, Co-founder and CEO of quantum computing company Quobly, is live! 

Dr. Vinet received her Ph.D. in quantum physics from the University of Grenoble Alpes and has authored or co-authored over 300 papers. She owns more than 70 patents related to nanotechnology, and her Google H index is 57, with more than 11,000 citations. Plus – she’s a Knight of the French Legion of Honor! She also founded Quobly in November 2022. 

Quobly is based in Grenoble, regarded as France’s “Silicon Valley.” The company was spun out of CEA-Leti and CNRS to develop and commercialize a universal large-scale quantum computer using proven semiconductor industry processes. In simple terms, they are turning transistors into quality quantum bits.

Maud and I also discussed the importance of building a diverse and passionate team. She is actively recruiting talent, as well as collaborating with universities to train a workforce for quantum computing. 

Check out my conversation with Maud!

#quantumcomputing #quantumtechnology #SiliconSpinQubits #QuantumInFrance #IQT #Grenoble #CEA-Leti #quobly #CNRS Inside Quantum Technology

The “Quantum Tech Pod” podcast, hosted by Christopher Bishop from Inside Quantum Technology, offers a deep dive into the rapidly evolving world of quantum technology. Christopher, an industry expert, engages with leading figures in the field, discussing the latest developments, breakthroughs, and challenges in quantum computing, communication, sensing, and cryptography. The podcast is an informative platform for experts and enthusiasts, providing insights into how quantum technology shapes the future and its implications across various industries. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just curious about quantum technology, “Quantum Tech Pod” delivers engaging conversations illuminating this cutting-edge field.

quantum tech pod episode 67: silicon based quantum computing

My latest Quantum Tech Pod with Maud Vinet, Co-founder and CEO of quantum computing company Quobly, is live! 

Dr. Vinet received her Ph.D. in quantum physics from the University of Grenoble Alpes and has authored or co-authored over 300 papers. She owns more than 70 patents related to nanotechnology, and her Google H index is 57, with more than 11,000 citations. Plus – she’s a Knight of the French Legion of Honor! She also founded Quobly in November 2022. 

Quobly is based in Grenoble, regarded as France’s “Silicon Valley.” The company was spun out of CEA-Leti and CNRS to develop and commercialize a universal large-scale quantum computer using proven semiconductor industry processes. In simple terms, they are turning transistors into quality quantum bits.

Maud and I also discussed the importance of building a diverse and passionate team. She is actively recruiting talent, as well as collaborating with universities to train a workforce for quantum computing. 

Check out my conversation with Maud!

#quantumcomputing #quantumtechnology #SiliconSpinQubits #QuantumInFrance #IQT #Grenoble #CEA-Leti #quobly #CNRS Inside Quantum Technology

The “Quantum Tech Pod” podcast, hosted by Christopher Bishop from Inside Quantum Technology, offers a deep dive into the rapidly evolving world of quantum technology. Christopher, an industry expert, engages with leading figures in the field, discussing the latest developments, breakthroughs, and challenges in quantum computing, communication, sensing, and cryptography. The podcast is an informative platform for experts and enthusiasts, providing insights into how quantum technology shapes the future and its implications across various industries. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just curious about quantum technology, “Quantum Tech Pod” delivers engaging conversations illuminating this cutting-edge field.