SWABI – The Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and technologies hosted the world’s first international symposium on quantum technologies. Respected panelists—professors, subject matter experts, and engineering students—discussed important issues related to quantum technology. They all agreed that soon, quantum technology will change a number of industries. The gathering drew more than 300 academic professionals and academics from throughout the nation.
Prof. Dr. Younus Khattak, the special guest, underlined the potential of artificial intelligence and quantum technologies to transform industry. He expressed optimism that quantum batteries will soon end Pakistan’s energy shortage and emphasized the significance of using the young of the nation’s ability.
The Rector of the Institute, Prof. Dr. Fazal Ahmad Khalid, underlined the possibilities that quantum technologies will bring about, revolutionizing science, business, and security.
GIK Institute organises symposium on quantum technology
The goals of the conference were defined by Prof. Dr. SM Hasan Zaidi, with an emphasis on encouraging national and international cooperation and establishing an atmosphere that is favorable for research on quantum technologies.
The GIK Institute and the NEPRA signed an MoU at the symposium to further their working relationship. NEPRA Chairman Tauseef Farooqi, GIK Institute Rector Prof. Dr. Fazal Ahmad Khalid, and Barrister (Engr) Habil Ahmed, President of the GIK Institute Alumni Association, all attended the ceremony.