Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology graduate, associate professor at National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute), leading research scientist at Federal State Institution "Technological Institute for Superhard and Novel Carbon Materials" (FSBI TISNCM), science journalist, head of science department at Vokrug sveta magazine (2000-2006).
Professor at the University of Calgary, head of the scientific group, member of the Scientific Committee at the Russian Quantum Center, editor of the Optics Express scientific journal.
One of the world's most well-known scientists engaged in quantum physics.
Head of the information research project at the Advanced Research Foundation
Head of the information research project at the Advanced Research Foundation.
The Advanced Research Foundation, along with the Quantum Optical Technologies Lab at Moscow State University, is developing a roadmap for creating information quantum processing technology by order of the Government of the Russian Federation.
Presentation topic: The roadmap for developing information quantum processing technology in the Russian Federation.
Quantum Informatics Lab of the International Institute Photonics and Optical Information Technology.
Head at the Quantum information laboratory of the International Institute of Photonics and Optoinformatics of the ITMO University and Laboratory of Applied Quantum Cryptography of Kazan Quantum Center. CEO at Kvantovye Kommunikatsii LLC.
JSC SMARTS company is creating telecommunication infrastructure. It received a 160 million rubles grant from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation to create a data center management system based on quantum technologies.
The goal of the project is creating new standards of safety and speed, as well as competitiveness of domestic companies on world markets.
Presentation topic: "Telecom carrier infrastructure and quantum communications".
Oleg Sadov currently works at the Department of Telecommunication Systems, ITMO University. Oleg does research in Computer Communications (Networks), Operating Systems and Quantum Computing. Their current project is 'EU Horizon 2020 bIoTope.'