Eng. Nabilah Al-Tunisi, PMI-KSA President, a globally recognized engineer, leader of mega projects, 2006/8 Board member of Petron, 2012/16, one of the “Saudi Aramco Board of Managers” for the ARAMCO and TOTAL JV(SATORP), presented a plaque to Dr. Christopher Papile, CEO, BraneCell, a symposiuminvited speaker, who gave the lead-off presentationfor the symposium track renewable energy and disruptive technologies. Eng. Nabilah Al-Tunisi led this600-attendee event,filled with world expertsfrom >30nations—men and women, scientists, engineers, project managers and general managers allexploring together a wide range of innovative technologiesaimed atimprovingthe way the world does business, smart water, tourism, IoT, Robotics, A.I., Blockchain,O&G, chemical and renewable energy,with focus onthe associatedmega and decentralized projectmanagement. Speakers included Martin Erath, Managing Directorof ILF, Dr. Nabih Cherradi, CEO of Desert Technologies, as well as high-level representatives from major multinational corporations, including, General Electric (GE), accenture, Worley Parsons, Oliver Wyman, JACOBS, PwC, SABIC and others.The event was an excellent example of bringing forward Vision 2030.Dr. Papile gavetwo presentations, includingQuantum Computing:for Chemical, Renewable, and O&G Industries.
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Edge Processing driven by Quantum Technologies for Green Chemicals
Christopher Papile, Ph.D., BraneCell, LLC
Universitätsstraße 1; 40225 Düsseldorf
18 December 2019
The work of David Deutsch, Peter Shor, J. Preskill, Kang Wang, Wolfgang Paul, J. Martinis, Christopher Monroe and many others has spawned industrial and governmental interest in practical applications of quantum information processing. Movement from theoretical-to-practical has been a slow process with some controversy and some steps forward, such as, the recent Google announcement.
In this seminar, algorithms and quantum hardware will be discussed in accordance with how these technologies will alter Industry 4.0 applications either directly or in-conjunction-with advanced classical computing.
The BraneCell strategy asserts quantum processing will make its greatest impact via both edge computing and risk mitigation. A good example of these applications would be green chemical production, based on combined wind and solar. Green chemical plants by their nature are distributed (generally 1/10 the size of mega plants and in remote wind-solar rich locations). Said green chemical plants would benefit from quantum processing and quantum readiness—but have a challenging set of, IT-requirements to achieved, including, time frame of response; cloud IT-processing on encrypted data and/or edge fit-for-purpose quantum IT-processing, where fit-for-purpose indicates particular quantum subroutines, ie., optimization, anomaly finding, finite elements analysis, etc. Said applications and requirements work on the edge, whereas, popular first applications of quantum processing are for ab initio molecular modeling in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. Our strategy asserts quantum applications paid for by profit centers (Industry 4.0, manufacturing, quantum Black-Scholes, cryptography…) will surpass cost-center applications (R&D, molecular modeling).
Part two of the seminar will look at various methods for physical qubit systems and their challenges for operating near to point-of-use, qubit entanglement scaling, error correction, cross talk and depth of circuit. The seminar is intended to give our point of view and some of the quantum technology industry’s consensus implementation goals.
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BraneCell Presents On-location Quantum Processors for Chemical, O&G and Industry 4.0
Announces Dr. Bongani Nkosi as a BraneCell partner helping to develop qubit materials, enabling decentralized processing, to bring the power of quantum computing to a wide range of beneficiaries.
BOSTON, Sept. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — BraneCell is developing a qubit array material system, aimed at facilitating distributed, ambient quantum coprocessing. We recently presented the revolutionary benefits of heterogeneous quantum processing, for pharmaceuticals, chemistry and engineering-based industries in Boston, USA; and for Vision 2030 in Al Khobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Next BraneCell’s CEO is invited to present in The Hague, Netherlands on 29 & 30 October 2019 at the IQT conference.
The main players in quantum information processing are among the biggest corporations focused on making ultra-cold, “mainframe” quantum-enhanced cloud products, therefore without edge processing capability. Their remote cloud approach may have limited applications and a limited set of privileged users.
On the other hand, BraneCell’s decentralized quantum coprocessor technology could enable forward-deployed, on-site quantum enhanced processing, a crucial feature for keeping computational results in-house, yet available to more users. Such on-site QPU-based hardware enables fit-for-purpose hybrid systems on a chip. The number of applications for purpose-built, heterogeneous QPU edge systems exceeds quantum cloud services by an order-of-magnitude and together they would fundamentally renew the information technology and semiconductor materials industries.
BraneCell’s leader, Dr. Chris Papile, noted: “A quantum gestalt is emerging, which challenges our macroscopic-based human intuition. From this gestalt a profound change in society will emerge. Not only will it usher-in Industry 4.0, but also, it has prompted a struggle over the foundation of reality itself.”
Dr. Papile added: “We are happy to announce the addition of Dr. Bongani Nkosi, as a BraneCell partner.” Dr. Nkosi is the former Head of Research & Development at Sasol, the well-known multinational. His work involved leading the division for computational chemistry and modelling. He is well published in the scientific/patent literature, while at University of Waterloo, GE Plastics and Sasol, including, transition metal clusters placed within 3D zeolite nanostructures and Mössbauer studies of 197Gold on graphene.
Dr. Nkosi said: “It is a great pleasure to be part of BraneCell. BraneCell’s technology platform can facilitate CO2-free chemicals, energy storage and many on-location optimization and controls problems. The industry is about to go through a reset, that reset should benefit everyone.
We look forward to meeting you in The Hague.”
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AST AND BRANECELL ANNOUNCE THEIR PARTNERSHIP TO IMPROVE CRITICAL GOVERNMENT FUNCTIONS THROUGH THE POWER OF QUANTUM COMPUTING
The collaboration offers quantum-classical early stage projects now and aims at implementing a range of full quantum information processing solutions, as new functionality in quantum technology evolves
July 10, 2018
BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – Allegheny Science & Technology (AST) and BraneCell announce their strategic partnership to address critical Government needs with quantum computing-enabled solutions. BraneCell’s focus on decentralized, ambient quantum information processing hardware and software adds to AST’s mission assurance support for key Government functions, including, cybersecurity and energy resilience.
AST’s experience supporting the Government in advanced energy technology, data analytics, and information technology will catalyze mapping the federal applications landscape addressable by quantum processing. Translating the potential of Edge Computing into deployable solutions is a goal of the partnership. The quantum services and intended device solutions will build on the foundation of BraneCell’s hardware intellectual property and algorithms that provide speed-up on various applications, including, renewable energy microgrids, Smart Cities, complex logistics, urban planning, Artificial Intelligence (A.I.), complex scheduling and cybersecurity.
AST and BraneCell will delineate the leverage provided by quantum information processing for improving critical government functions, as well as, establish the parameters for successful implementation. They anticipate sharing thought leadership in these areas through a series of framing white papers in order to better serve client’s needs. The partnership of AST and BraneCell generates future-ready, hybrid classical-quantum tools and provides a channel-to-market for BraneCell’s decentralized quantum processor technology. The collaboration offers quantum-classical early stage projects now and aims at implementing a range of full quantum information processing solutions, as new functionality in quantum technology evolves.
“BraneCell augments our capabilities in a manner that will allow us to continue preparing our clients for the world ahead of them and to bring breakthrough-technology to solve critical infrastructure, intelligence, and cybersecurity problems” said Dr. Jesse Goellner, Vice President of AST’s Advanced Technology Development Strategic Business Unit.
Dr. Christopher Papile, CEO of BraneCell indicated: “The USA is an early adopter for distributed and cloud quantum information processing, while AST is an excellent partner for surveying Government edge and centralized computing gaps. In this way, the development of our quantum computing platform will be well targeted towards reducing costs or enabling solutions beyond those previously obtainable. AST and BraneCell’s complementary skills support our companies’ tandem growth.”
BraneCell and AST are collaborating to provide a unique 21st Century offset strategy based on a distributed quantum information processing platform relevant to AST’s Civil, Defense, and Intelligence agency client base—expanding the possibilities for America’s tomorrow.
About Allegheny Science & Technology and BraneCell
Allegheny Science & Technology (AST) is a woman-owned technology and energy consulting firm with expertise in applied science & engineering, program strategy & implementation, and IT development & analysis. AST integrates science and technology to deliver personalized service and trusted solutions for government and commercial clients.
Founded in 2009, AST has offices in Washington, D.C., Bridgeport, West Virginia, Pittsburgh, PA, and Denver, CO. It is the recipient of numerous industry and government awards for innovation, client service, engineering expertise, and rapid growth including the Inc. 500 fastest growing private companies in America.
BraneCell, LLC is the world’s first ambient-temperature, quantum information processor company, offering hardware and software solutions. BraneCell’s extensive intellectual property portfolio of applied and granted patents dates back to year 2011 priority. The leadership team is comprised of industry veterans and a group of experienced CTOs and CEOs, who have come-together to bring-about the post-Moore’s-Law economy. BraneCell’s quantum software/algorithm service is leveraged by domain expertise in renewable micro-grids, chemicals, catalysts, Oil & Gas, pharmaceuticals, fuel cell vehicles, materials, quantum dot PV, Smart Cities and process engineering; while its technology focus on distributed ambient quantum information processing units will bring BraneCell to the forefront of Edge Computing in an Industry 4.0 world.
For media inquiries contact: Lauri Poldre, MSc; +1 (857) 529 7151, LP@BraneCell.com
On the web at: BraneCell.com
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DUBAI, UAE (PRWEB) APRIL 24, 2018
The world’s first ambient-temperature quantum computing venture, BraneCell Systems, presented at the Future Cities Show in Dubai the privacy and sustainability benefits for cities of the future derived from their decentralized technology.
Quantum information processing relies on a new type of computing. This surpasses normal parallel approaches in classical computers by using a basic unit of information processing, called the qubit. Each-and-every qubit within a multi-qubit system would have inherent parallelism enabling a potential processing speed-up for various computing problem-sets.
The main developers in quantum information processing are mostly focused on ultra-cold, “mainframe” quantum-enhanced cloud products, which are not decentralized. Mainframe, quantum, high-performance computing appliance cost precludes individuals and small and medium-sized enterprises owning such ultra-cold quantum mainframe machines.
Mr. Wassim Estephan, for BraneCell, stated: “The unique, decentralized nature of BraneCell’s product aim could keep a country’s private data, in-country, while providing new capabilities, like quantum-secure, energy-efficient Blockchain.”
BraneCell’s granted US patents, economies-of-scale manufacturing approach and world-class nanomaterial synthesis expertise enables distributed quantum computing products with advantages over cloud quantum processing services. The BraneCell biomimetic technology utilizes insights from scientific results accumulating over the last decade on naturally occurring, moderate-temperature quantum mechanics.
Dr. Christopher Papile, inventor of the granted patents said: “A medium-term target would enable quantum-secure, earth-and-city helpful capabilities, such as, cognitive cities, new solar power materials development, efficient logistics, real-time traffic optimization and low power usage solutions for complicated mathematical problems (for example, lowing proof-of-work energy consumption), plus a platform for data scientists to develop methodologies to keep personal and e-transactional data private for the coming quantum age. As described in the Dubai conference, balancing metropolitan renewable power plus conventional power to mirror moment-by-moment demand can reduce pollution, thus elevate both financial and ethical balance sheets.”
At the Dubai conference, BraneCell indicated they have been approached by ICO companies to study with industry experts the potential of conducting the world’s first quantum computing ICO.