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TECHNOLOGY MEETING ON INDUSTRIAL QUANTUM PHOTONICS TECHNOLOGY BY EPICSign in for replay
The EPIC Industrial Quantum Photonics Technology Meeting brings together the European quantum industry ecosystem to commercialize upcoming products from the current R&D initiatives. This year the event is hosted at the new headquarters building of one of the key players in the quantum industry – TOPTICA. The tour around the hosting facilities will be provided. The event gathers experts and leaders from industrial companies worldwide to discuss the second quantum revolution, its applications, and challenges. We will discuss the four primary application areas in which a paradigm shift is expected: quantum communication, quantum synchronization, quantum computing, and quantum sensing. The aim of this event is to engage the audience to explore synergies in this new industry and create business opportunities for all the participants of this networking-oriented event.
Market Research Director, Fellow
October 12 – Session 3: Quantum Computing
10:35 – 10:50: Photonics’ Contribution to the Development of Quantum Markets
Eric Mounier, PhD
Chief Analyst, Photonics & Sensing
Eric Mounier, PhD is Chief Analyst, Photonics & Sensing at Yole Group.
With more than 30 years’ experience within the semiconductor industry, Eric provides daily in-depth insights into emerging semiconductor technologies such as quantum technologies, the Metaverse, terahertz, photonics, and sensing.
Based on relevant methodological expertise and a significant technological background, Eric works closely with all of Yole Group’s teams to highlight disruptive technologies and analyze business opportunities through technology & market reports and custom consulting projects.
Eric has spoken at numerous international conferences, presenting Yole Group’s vision of emerging semiconductor technologies, markets, and applications.
Previously, Eric held R&D and Marketing positions at CEA-Leti (France).
Eric Mounier has a PhD in Semiconductor Engineering and a degree in Optoelectronics from the National Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble (France).