Tech News Summary:
- The IEC and ISO have approved the formation of a new Joint Technical Committee (JTC) managed by the British Standards Institution (BSI) and chaired by a representative from the Republic of Korea, reflecting the growing recognition of the need for international standardization in quantum technologies.
- The JTC on Quantum Technologies aims to develop standards covering terminology, measurements, protocols, algorithms, and security aspects, as well as addressing issues related to quantum information processing and communication systems, quantum sensors and metrology, and quantum computing hardware and software.
- The leadership role of the BSI as Secretariat and the global collaboration in standardizing quantum technologies highlights the commitment to establishing robust standards for the responsible integration of quantum technology into various industries.
The U.S. National Committee for Theoretical and Applied Sciences is inviting individuals to join its newly formed Quantum Tech Group, dedicated to shaping the future of technology. This group aims to bring together experts from various disciplines to explore and advance the cutting-edge field of quantum technology.
Quantum technology has the potential to revolutionize industries such as computing, communication, and cryptography. By harnessing the unique properties of quantum mechanics, scientists and engineers are developing new tools and technologies that promise to solve problems that are currently beyond the scope of classical technology.
The Quantum Tech Group will play a crucial role in advising and guiding the U.S. National Committee on the development and implementation of quantum technology. Members will have the opportunity to contribute their expertise and collaborate with other leading researchers and practitioners in the field.
“Joining the Quantum Tech Group is an exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of shaping the future of technology,” said Dr. John Smith, the chair of the U.S. National Committee. “We are looking for individuals who are passionate about advancing quantum technology and are ready to contribute their knowledge and experience to drive progress in this rapidly evolving field.”
The Quantum Tech Group is seeking members with expertise in areas such as quantum computing, quantum communication, quantum sensing, and quantum materials. Individuals with a background in theoretical and applied sciences, engineering, and industry are encouraged to apply.
Those interested in joining the Quantum Tech Group can visit the U.S. National Committee’s website for more information and to submit their application. Together, the group aims to shape a future where quantum technology plays a central role in driving innovation and progress in the global technology landscape.