Newlab Membership | Quantum
Join us to learn about Newlab membership and hear from the founder of Seeqc
Newlab is a community of experts and innovators based in Brooklyn applying technology to solve big systemic challenges across health, mobility, infrastructure, and the environment.
About the event:
This virtual event will give attendees an inside look at the Newlab community, which has grown from 23 companies to 160 since opening in 2016, with an aggregate value of $2.8B and over $400M in acquisitions and investments across member companies such as; JUMP, Seeqc, Nanotronics, Launcher, and Carmera.
In this session, you’ll hear from John Levy, CEO and co-Founder at Seeqc, a scalable quantum computing company which spun out from Hypres where he served as Chair from 2011-2018. John has also served as the Chair of Biolite and recently joined the board of goTenna, two additional Newlab member companies. He will speak about his experience in growing a company focusing on quantum computing at Newlab and how companies like Seeqc have been supported through Newlab resources.
What you’ll take away:
In this session, we will walk through how joining the Newlab community can support your startup, including:
- Benefits of being part of one of the fastest-growing tech ecosystems
- Collaboration opportunities with our rich community of engineers and inventors
- Prototyping and product realization facilities
- Investment opportunities through quarterly pitch events to premier funds and organizations
- Pilot support through our studio programs
The info session will also include a live Q&A portion to answer any questions you may have before applying for Newlab Membership.
Seeqc is developing scalable application-specific quantum computers specifically tailored to support work in quantum chemistry and materials, machine learning, optimization, and financial services. These systems, based on Seeqc’s proprietary Single Flux Quantum (SFQ) chips produced at the company’s multi-layer superconductive electronics foundry, enable quantum software developers to gain greater control over the layout and performance of their quantum hardware platform, thus increasing performance, reducing quantum requirements and accelerating time to market.