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Shaping the future through emergent DeepTech cross-technological innovative solutions

QDEEPTECH is an international company and a technology consolidator; its core competence is solving Industrial and real-world challenges through emergent DeepTech cross-technological solutions. 

QDEEPTECH’s mission is Innovations.

In the 21st century, technological innovation drives geopolitical, economic, and military competition and is the key to solving world problems and bottlenecks. By lagging in the worldwide technology race and being technologically dependent is facing an uphill battle to remain competitive. The risk of a global bipolar technological environment is imminent, which could force many countries to take a side.

In the 21st century, the continuation of humanity and the stability of the planet depends on taking responsible, comprehensible, valuable, humanistic, economical, and sustainable actions to tackle the world’s challenges, such as; security, cybersecurity, supplying energy demand while reducing GNG emissions, technology independence, food supply, healthcare, etc. 

Our assessment 

QDeepTech tackles the problems by changing the sides of the equations.

„The world is becoming too fast, too complex, and too networked for any company to have all the answers in-house. “

From the challenge to our innovation blueprint guaranteed to be product-oriented. 

Together with our stakeholders QDeepTech has identified and accessed a pool of industry-specific challenges and worthy problems and has set realistic expectations regarding progress in these challenges.

History

QDeepTech’s vision, motivation, progress, success, and achievements are thanks to great minds, visionary, strategic, and intelligent individuals, great teams, highly expert professional technological actors, innovative and international Industries with a unique innovation approach, governments, advisors, experts, researchers, engineers, developers who take responsibility for the human race to bring advantage and save humanity while preventing its destruction.

As CEO and Founder of the company, I would like to thank all of you deeply. We have one Planet; we have one Human Race.

Years Experience
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Dr. Angie Qarry

Founder & CEO/CTO QDeepTech

Cross-Technological Innovative Solutions- Algorithmic Tech, Cryptography, Quantum Technologies, Semiconductors Photonics, Energy Tech 

10 years in disruptive innovations & emergent technologies

Entrepreneurship/ R&D/ Due Diligence/Scientific& Technological Advisory/Investments (Governments, Industries, Investment actors, Startups) 

20 years in Scientific & Technological Research

Hardware& Experimentalist

  • Nanotechnology, Semiconductors & Photonics

Ph.D. from Israel Institute of Technology &Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies New Jersey, Intel Prize for Innovation.

  • Atomic Physics/Quantum Computers& Simulators

Collège de France, Paris; École Normale Supérieure, Paris (Prof. Serge Haroche Nobel Prize in Physics 2012).

  • Quantum Optics /Quantum Information/Quantum Communications.

Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Vienna (Prof. Anton Zeilinger, Nobel Prize in Physics 2022).

Theoretical (Mathematical Physic, Computer Science & Complex Systems)

University of Vienna in Physics Department.

Centre for Quantum Technologies – National University of Singapore

Awards

Annual Performance Awards for the Academic year 2009/2010

IUPAP Young Author Award 2004

Intel Award 2003

Sandor Sego Awards for Excellent Teaching 2003 (Technion -Israel)

Publications:

  1. Quantum erasure with causally disconnected choice, Quantum erasure with causally disconnected choice. 1213201110 (2013) · Jan 22, 2013
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  1. Quantum simulation of time-dependent Hamiltonians and the convenient illusion of Hilbert space.Quantum simulation of time-dependent Hamiltonians and the convenient illusion of Hilbert space. Rev. Lett. 106, 170501 (2011) · Apr 29, 2011
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  1. A high-speed tunable beam splitter for feed-forward photonic quantum information processing. Optics Express, Vol. 19, Issue 23, pp. 22723-22730 (2011)
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  1. Experimental violation of a Bell inequality with two different degrees of freedom of entanglement particle pairs.Experimental violation of a Bell inequality with two different degrees of freedom of entanglement particle pairs. Rev. A. 79, 042101 (2009) · Apr 20, 2009
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  1. Realization of a superconducting atom chip.Realization of a superconducting atom chip. Rev. Lett. 97, 200405 (2006) · Nov 17, 2006
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  1. Anisotropic polariton migration and its effect on photoluminescence amplification in GaAs/AlAs microcavity containing a two-dimensional electron gas. stat. sol (a) 201, Nr. 4, 686 (2004)
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  1. Electron polariton scattering in semiconductor microcavityElectron polariton scattering in semiconductor microcavity. Rev. Lett. 90, 206401 (2003) · May 22, 2003
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  1. Non-linear emission due to electron-polariton scattering in semiconductor microcavity.Non-linear emission due to electron-polariton scattering in semiconductor microcavity. Rev. B. 67, 115320 (2003) · Mar 19, 2003 Link
  1. Polaritons in microcavities containing a two-dimensional electron gas, Semicond. Sci. Technol. 18 S331 (2003). (Invited review paper)Polaritons in microcavities containing a two-dimensional electron gas, Semicond. Sci. Technol. 18 S331 (2003). (Invited review paper), Sci. Technol. 18 S331 (2003).
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  1. Polariton-electron scattering in a semiconductor microcavity polariton-electron scattering in a semiconductor microcavity Phys. Stat. Sol. a, 190, 453-457 (2002). · Apr 18, 2002
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  1. Scattering of polaritons by a two-dimensional electron gas in a semiconductor microcavityScattering of polaritons by a two-dimensional electron gas in a semiconductor microcavity. Rev. B 65, 085323 (2002) · Feb 8, 2002
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  1. Magnetic field effect on the free electron – exciton scattering in GaAs/AlGaAs bare quantum wells and in microcavities.Magnetic field effect on the free electron – exciton scattering in GaAs/AlGaAs bare quantum wells and in microcavities. Physica E, 12, 528-530 (2002) · Jan 2, 2002
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  1. Free electron effects on the cavity polariton linewidth in an AlAs/AlGaAs microcavity containing a two-dimensional electron gasFree electron effects on the cavity polariton linewidth in an AlAs/AlGaAs microcavity containing a two-dimensional electron gas. Solid State Comm. 120, 387-391 (2001) · Nov 2, 2001
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  1. Charged excitons and cavity polaritonsCharged excitons and cavity polaritons Phys. stat. sol. 227, 419-427 (2001) · Oct 10, 2001
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  2. Electron-exciton scattering in a GaAs/AlAs bare quantum well and in a microcavityElectron-exciton scattering in a GaAs/AlAs bare quantum well and in a microcavity. Stat. Sol. a, 190, 447-452 (2002)
  3. Bottleneck and resonance enhancement in free electron-cavity polaritons scattering in GaAs/AlGaAs microcavities.Bottleneck and resonance enhancement in free electron-cavity polaritons scattering in GaAs/AlGaAs microcavities. Part I 679 (2000).
  4. The interaction between exciton states near the quantum well bandgap and confined photons in GaAS/AlAs microcavities interaction between exciton states near the quantum well bandgap and confined photons in GaAs/AlAs microcavities. Optical Physics of Quantum Wells – Semiconductor physics Part I, 695 (2000)

 

What DO WE DO?

From challenge to Cross-Technological Innovative Solutions

We work together with the Industrial R&D department to strengthen their innovative capabilities, access and identify challenges and valuable problems, guarantee cross-technological innovative solutions, and create a competitive advantage while bringing business value.

Business to Technology (B2T)
  • Identify industry-specific challenges where the current technological approaches run into limits.
  • Translate the challenge into technological and well-established scientific language.
Cross-Technology to Innovations (T2I)
  • Identify different QDeepTech technologies to address the specific challenge.
  • Provide Cross-Technological Innovation blueprint for the solution
R&D Innovative Solutions

Modeling and Development of the Cross-Technological Innovative Solutions.

Innovations to Market (I2M)

Innovations meeting Marketability Criteria.