Quantum mechanics for real. This is the good stuff, the most mysterious aspects of how reality works, set out with crystalline clarity. The place to start ~ Sean Carroll
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Successful bonds are not built overnight we walk that extra miles in order to establish a loyal work towards our communities and add new quantum states to build entangled environment. QRACE is the part of Race for Quantum Rays (Q-RAYS) the most amazingevent of the year in the IEEE Bangalore Section.
What is Q-Rays
Q-RAYS discusses the communication facets towards the next generation transformative quantum technologies that include quantum computers and computing, quantum communication, quantum key distribution, encryption, cryptanalysis, quantum devices, quantum sensing, quantum materials, quantum clock and so on.
This one-day symposium focuses on how to network quantum processors and quantum information for quantum control. The event aims to deliver quantum-based networking solutions and discusses the challenges and opportunities with quantum researchers, scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, developers, students, practitioners, educators, programmers, and newcomers.
The Renowned speakers of the Q-RAYS platform will have to discuss and develop strong relationships with research communities to enhance the ability to perform research in a global community and also to support strong infrastructure QUANTUM world.This one day symposium focuses on commercialization due to the fact that we are living in an era where everyone is contributing towards environmentally sustainable approach.
QRACE is an independent incubation centre
Dr Kumar Gautam is one of the speaker of the Race for Quantum Rays (Q-RAYS) and will speak about the quantum gate design based on excitation of atoms and molecules with random magnetic fields for perturbed Ion trap/Rydberg Atom. He is the founder &President of Quantum Research And Centre of Excellence (QRACE). QRACE is an independent incubation centre with decentralized community of researchers and scientists with noble ideas and global mindsets on a common path to change the way of societal applications. The significant contributions our research groups are to show how the by using a real physical system such as an atom or a molecule. A method for preparing an entangled quantum state of an atomic ensemble is provided. This method includes loading each atom of the atomic ensemble into a respective optical trap or Rydberg-dressing the atomic ensemble. An application of the ideas proposed of our research is to systems at the nanoscale, like transmitting information be- tween two atoms or from one gene to another in microorganisms. These ideas may also be used to determine the information in atoms by transferring the information to quantum electromagnetic (EM) field and transmitting this EM field to a quantum receiver embedded inside another atom in the System. It can also be used to alter chemical properties of molecules by EM fields striking at the molecule bonds, thereby enabling the manufacture of improved medicines. IEEE Bangalore Section has given an opportunity to interact on the futuristic quantum technologies will be capable of doing it in a few seconds.
IEEE Bangalore Section
IEEE Bangalore Section was established in 1977 and is one of the most vibrant and dynamic IEEE sections across the globe. Over the years, the strength of the section has grown steadily, and currently, the Section membership stands at more than 8600. This membership is spread across various sectors and is a nice blend of Industry, Academia, and Research organizations. IEEE Bangalore Section won the prestigious MGA Outstanding Large Section Award (2013 & 2019) and R10 Distinguished Large Section Award (2013 & 2020).Bangalore Section has three Subsections (Mysore, Mangalore, and North Karnataka), 24 Society Chapters, and 3 affinity groups (Young Professional, Women in Engineering, Consultant Network). In addition, the section has 100+ active and dynamic student branches. Student Branches have been at the forefront of conducting various activities for the benefit of their student members.
Thanks to Mr BS Bindhumadhava (Chair), Abhishek Appaji, Prof. Deepa Shenoy, Dr. CHANDRAKANTA KUMAR, Prof. K V S Hari, Debabrata Das, Puneet Kumar Mishra, Ramakrishnan Raman, Dr. Muralidhara, Dr. Prashant Misra, Neha Kumari, Soma, Dr Arun, Dr Chengappa M.R, Dr Ambar Bajpai. Also thanks to Dr Arun Balodi, Prof. & Head, ECE Department, Atria Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India.