HPC & Quantum Summit
Thank to all of our delegates, speakers and exhibitors for making the HPC & Quantum Summit 2019 a huge success.
You can register your interest for next year's event by clicking the button below. We look forward to welcoming everyone in 2020.
Learning First Hand From UK’s Leading Experts
The scientific world joins its powers to drive HPC R&D forward and, with the rise of Supercomputing and Quantum technologies, it requires continual industrial development in software engineering and computer science.
Our expert speakers discussed new products and applications, and how to develop systems that meet industrial needs and extract value from big data.
Our delegates had the opportunity as well to focus on ways to grow the data capability in government so that higher efficiency can be obtained without putting more pressure on the budgets.
Topics that were be covered included:
2019 Speakers Included:
Richard J SelfResearch Fellow, Big Data Lab and Senior Lecturer in Analytics and Governance, Department of Computing and Maths, College of Engineering and Technology
University of Derby (Confirmed)
Dr Vivien KendonEPSRC Established Career Fellow in Quantum Technologies, QLM and JQC
University of Durham (Confirmed)
2019 Sponsors included:
One word: Excellent.
Chair, Hounslow Diabetes Reference Group
It was a great event in order to achieve my objectives. Really valuable, informative and interesting talking about the solutions that are right to share fresh ideas. I had a most productive and useful time at seminar. Very positive experience. Hope there will be more events of that to come.
CEO, Noushin Consulting Ltd
I really enjoyed everything about this event, excellent presentations full of good knowledge
Lecturer, Richmond-upon-Thames College
Timely, and some very good speakers.
Senior Lecturer, The Open University
I thoroughly enjoyed the whole day. The venue staff were exceptional but I feel the GovNet staff went above and beyond, very welcoming and helpful. I learnt a great deal about best practice and recent development in the field