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About ComSoc

This sub-TC aims at fostering engineering in the newly upcoming quantum technology by applying our (ComSoc’s) technical knowledge in areas like RF technology, coding theory, communications and information theory, photonic communications technology, interconnection and complexity theory, error correction, control instrumentation, modeling and simulation, communication systems architecture and hardware, optimized algorithms and applications, which all are highly required to drive quantum technology forward and get it ready for applications)

Chair | Lajos Hanzo
Vice Chair | Peter Muller
Secretary | Andrea Conti
Media | Michael Ng

Visit the Quantum Communications & Information Technology Emerging Technologies Initiative website.

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