Caltech Entrepreneurs Forum
Encouraging the GROWTH and SUCCESS of technology-based
entrepreneurial ventures in Southern California
Quantum Computing: Quantum Magic and Opportunities for Entrepreneurs
Quantum computing is the processing of information using special quantum states of fundamental particles, such as the electron. By tapping into quantum phenomena like “superposition” and “entanglement,” these machines handle information in a fundamentally different way compared to “classical” computers like smartphones, laptops, or even today’s most powerful supercomputers.
Propelled by the prospect of disrupting countless industries and quick-fire announcements of new advances, quantum computing is attracting more and more attention from players including Big Tech, Startups, Governments, and the Media. A Keynote Speaker will be followed by a panel discussion and audience questions.
Spiros Michalakis, Ph.D.
Mathematical Physicist & Manager of Outreach
Institute for Quantum Information and Matter
California Institute of Technology
Prineha Narang, Ph.D.
Howard Reiss Chair and Associate Professor of Chemistry, UCLA
Founder and CTO, Aliro Quantum
Founder, Kronos Fusion Energy Incorporated
Managing Partner, Qubits Ventures
Attorney at Law, The Business Legal Group
Ira D. Moskatel
Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Michael (Mickey) Krieger, Ph.D.
Attorney at Law, Internet Law Center
Formed in 1984, the Caltech Entrepreneurs Forum is an entrepreneurship resource of Caltech’s Office of Technology Transfer and Corporate Partnerships.
The mission of the Caltech Entrepreneurs Forum is to encourage the growth and success of technology-based entrepreneurial ventures in Southern California.