ADU announced as Vernewell Academy’s primary partner in Quantum Innovation Summit Dubai

ABU DHABI, 23rd October, 2023 (WAM) -- Vernewell Academy has announced its collaboratiion with Abu Dhabi University (ADU) as the distinguished primary academic partner of the Quantum Innovation Summit.

The Quantum Innovation Summit Dubai is scheduled to be held on 28th-29th February, 2024.

This collaboration between ADU and Vernewell Academy is set to elevate the Quantum Innovation Summit Dubai to unprecedented heights, where academic expertise amplifies the discourse around quantum technologies and their impact on various sectors and key industries.

The summit seeks to foster collaboration and bridge the gap between international stakeholders and the local community, as well as the rift between academia and the quantum industry. The summit will explore the profound implications of quantum technologies interfacing with Artificial Intelligence (AI), blockchain, biotechnology, and extended reality.

Attendees will be able to learn how quantum technologies will revolutionise various sectors such as healthcare, finance, cybersecurity, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, gaming, and new material sciences.

Professor Ghassan Auoad, Chancellor of ADU, commented, "We are delighted to be selected as the primary partner of the Quantum Summit 2024, which comes with the cusp of a new era where quantum technology is poised to redefine different sectors, and we are thrilled to be part of this journey. Our collaboration with Vernewell Academy reflects ADU's steadfast commitment to spearheading research and fostering academic-industrial partnerships."

Malak Trabelsi Loeb, the visionary behind Vernewell Group - Vernewell Management Consultancy and Vernewell Academy – remarked, "As Quantum Revolution 2.0 takes shape, academia, industry, innovators, governmental officials, and policymakers must come together to understand its wide-reaching ramifications and cultivate partnerships and opportunities to access a pool of researchers, decision-makers, and new market entries."