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VIC Branch Forum: Quantum Computing and the Future of Mankind [In-person]

Join us on a journey into the world of Quantum Computing and its impact on humanity's future!

Event Start: Tue 11 Jun 06:00 PM AEST
Event Finish: Tue 11 Jun 08:00 PM AEST

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Registration End Date: Tue 11 Jun 11:00 AM


<p><img alt="User-added image" src="https://acsau.file.force.com/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=015GB00000JEape&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1716964605000"></img><br><br>Join us at the ACS Victoria HUB for an enlightening exploration into the groundbreaking realm of Quantum Computing and its profound implications for the future of mankind and the world.<br><br>Together, we&#39;ll delve into the forefront of technological innovation as we unravel the mysteries of quantum mechanics and its transformative potential. From cutting-edge applications to ethical considerations, this forum promises to be a captivating journey into the future!</p>

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CPD HOURS

2

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Knowledge -> Level 5

Keynote Speaker

Prof. Sardar M.N. Islam

Prof. Sardar M.N. Islam


Prof. Sardar M. N. Islam (Naz) is currently a Professor at Victoria UniversityAustralia. He is also a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Artificial Intelligence, UnSri and a Distinguished Visiting Professor, AURAK 2019 – 2021, Adjunct Professor of IT and Business, Armstrong Institute, Melbourne, and Editor-in-Chief of  "International Transactions on Artificial Intelligence". 

Professor Sardar M. N. Islam adopts a global and humanistic approach in his research and academic works. He has undertaken rigorous scientific studies of emerging issues of computer science and other different disciplines.
His academic work has gained international acclaim, resulting in considerable (1) Honours and Awards, (2) many visiting or adjunct professorial appointments in different countries, (3) many appointments in editorial roles of journals, and (4) a large number of keynote speeches at international conferences in several countries.
He has published 31 scholarly authored academic books + 4 edited books with prestigious international publishers in different disciplines, including computer science.  Each of these books makes significant scientific contributions to the literature. Prestigious publishers have published these books, and most books are published in highly regarded book series. He has also published about 250 articles, including some of the leading international journal articles in his specialised research areas, including computer science.
 

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839 Collins Street,Docklands,VIC,Australia

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    Tue 11 Jun 06:00 PM AEST

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    Tue 11 Jun 08:00 PM AEST
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