Mark, aka @LargeCardinal is a researcher and Technical Specialist in Quantum Cybersecurity and ML at a bank. He has specialist knowledge in many areas, including cryptography, embedded systems, quantum information and maths. He has contributed a chapter to various papers and a book, and consults to numerous companies and research groups, including academic and commercial.
Victoria, @V__Wave has worked with several startups in wide ranging areas, from deep tech for cybersecurity to consumer lifestyle brands. She studied art and design at Central St. Martins before working in finance as an equity market strategist. Her focus areas include cybersecurity and technology in society, leading her to question and explore the effects that new and emerging tech will have in our lives.
We catch up at the bar to discuss their entry into quantum computing, explaining quantum, challenges involved, the impact to cybersecurity, educational resources, “Prime Time” acceptance, the debut of Quantum Village and what attendees can expect.
Quantum Village – Twitter
Quantum Village – Website
QV – Call for Participation
Cirq – Google Quantum AI
Quantum Computing: An Applied Approach | Book
Post-Quantum Cryptography | Book
Quantum Computing (WIRED guide)
National Quantum Computing Centre – UKRI NQCC
Quantum Delta NL
NSF – Quantum Information Science and Engineering Research
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1 1/2 oz Absinthe
1 Sugar Cube
Ice-cold Filtered Water
Pour Absinthe into a stemmed glass. Place a slotted absinthe spoon over the rim of the glass and set a single sugar cube on top of the spoon. Using an absinthe fountain, slowly drip 4 to 6 ounces of ice-cold filtered water over the sugar cube into the glass. When the mixture is completely cloudy, the drink is ready.