Quantum Computing offers advances and the promise for solutions in nearly every industry. Unfathomably large, too large to calculate, problems will soon be solvable exponentially faster. We’re sure that the unique advantages offered by this computing paradigm can revolutionize the way problems are understood and want to be a part of the massive advancements this technology will bring to the world.
We have assembled a world-class team of experts with over a century of experience in supercomputing and security. Our initial focus is on the creation of Quantum Finance applications.
We’re identifying the hardest problems that can be addressed by current quantum computing technology. We aim to use our expertise to develop solutions to these problems.
QCI has assembled a world-class team of experts in supercomputing, technology, defense, and government to develop solutions to world-class problems.
Quantum Computing is developing processes to commercialize advances in quantum computing. Our mission is to answer the hardest problems with the revolution of quantum computing.
Mr. Liscouski is a security industry leader with more than 35 years of experience serving as a senior government official and public company executive. In 2003, he was appointed by President Bush as the first Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection at the Department of Homeland Security. Mr. Liscouski joined Quantum Computing from Implant Sciences, where he served as President and spearheaded a $118 million cash takeout. Mr. Liscouski is a frequent expert on Homeland Security and Cyber Security to CNBC, CNN, Fox News, and other media platforms. He holds a Masters of Public Administrations from Harvard University.
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Roberts brings more than 30 years of experience in public and private corporate finance and government contracting to Quantum Computing. He has served as the President & CFO of Systems Made Simple (now a subsidiary of Leidos), Integral Systems (now a subsidiary of Kratos) and Pearson Analytic Solutions (now a subsidiary of General Dynamics). Mr. Roberts is an expert with financial experience in accounting, financial reporting as well as M&A integration. Mr. Roberts has a law degree from the University of Virginia Law School and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and an M.B.A., both from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Mr. Booth is a leader in technology ventures, specializing in identifying the commercial potential of emerging technologies and developing a strategy to bring them to market through strategic development of applications. Mr. Booth served as VP of Applications and Software at Cray Research and Silicon Graphics Inc, leading application development for Supercomputers and high-performance computing. Most recently, he served on the Customer Applications division at D-Wave Systems, where he developed qbSolv and benchmarking algorithms for Quantum Computers.
Mr. Reinhardt is a leader in developing products for cutting-edge computing technology with large market potential. Mr. Reinhardt previously served as the Project Director of the Cray T3E at Cray Research, the first production distributed-memory supercomputer which brought in over $700 Million in revenue. He also served as Director of Engineering at Silicon Graphics Inc, leading the development of Altix, a scalable shared-memory Linux-based system which delivered over $600 Million in revenue. Most recently, Mr. Reinhardt was Director of Software Tools and later Director of Customer Applications at D-Wave Systems, leading teams that developed tools such as qbsolv and worked with customers to map problems for effective execution on D-Wave’s quantum-annealing-based quantum computer.