As the end of Moore’s law draws near, quantum technology provides the means to achieve breakthroughs in computing. The unique properties of superposition and entanglement enable previously unimagined performance in quantum applications like computing, communications, and sensing. As quantum research enters this new phase in physics and mathematics, you can use engineering to build real systems. Quantum computing uses the properties of quantum superposition and entanglement to solve previously unsolvable problems. Managing qubit control solutions and precise measurement instrumentation enable researchers to engineer and scale superior systems. Many quantum-mechanical platforms, such as trapped ions, superconducting circuits, and silicon spins, can physically realize a quantum two-level system, or qubit. The complexity of synchronizing multiple control signals rises as the number of qubits increases. Leveraging an open field-programmable gate array (FPGA) architecture, Keysight’s modular and scalable solutions provide flexibility and low latency while optimizing cost and space. As quantum technology moves from research to the engineering phase, countries need more engineers ready to master the scaling of quantum systems. These engineers need deep knowledge of quantum physics and expertise in electrical design and measurements. Keysight has designed just the right courses to impart RF, microwave, and measurement expertise to budding quantum engineers.

Key takeaways from this Webinar:

  • Quantum engineering introduction
  • On-going quantum research
  • Keysight quantum engineering toolkits
  • Education courseware for quantum talent development

Target Audiences:

Engineers, Technicians and School Leavers

Speakers’ Profile

Daniel Yap
Education & Research Business Development Manager for Asia Pacific, Keysight Technologies

Daniel Yap received his B. Eng. In Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (2002) and completed his MBA from University of South Australia (Aug 2007). He joined Agilent Technologies in 2005 as a material engineer, and since then has held a variety of engineering roles, technical marketing, product support and business development in the areas of microwave components and network analysis.

In April 2016, he was appointed as Asia Pacific Education & Research Business Development Manager; which focuses on collaboration with universities researchers and professors on new research discovery and supporting their high impact research work. This also includes exploring new teaching solution in engineering studies. By now, he has more than 100 universities and research institutes engagements. Daniel has also been appointed as university Industry Advisory Panel for University Malaysia Perlis and Curtin University Malaysia, and Board of Study for Technical University of Malaysia Malacca Technology Program in 5G.