• Lasse Jiborn

    Director of Transport Management Systems, AMCS Group

    Bio: Lasse joined AMCS in April 2018, and is responsible for Product Management of AMCS TMS and Routing Sales Support Globally. He is currently leading the AMCS R&D teams in creating a new generation of TMS with a goal to automate transport planning in highly complex fleets with high density routes and in very advanced situations. Title of presentation: Vehicle routing as a potential use case for quantum computing Abstract of presentation: In essence, we start with looking at the Travelling Salesman Problem, a classic challenge in OR and Computer Science, since it’s a problem so easy to explain, yet can require so much computing power to solve. A trip with 10 destinations can create over 3,000,000 permutations. At AMCS, we add so many more parameters to this problem.  

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    • M5
      01-12-2 -
      Organized by KU
      This session will among other put focus on Quantum Computing Technology, getting beyond the hype of quantum computing and the steps towards a universal quantum computer.
      Introduction: “Getting beyond the hype of quantum computing”, Natasha Friis Saxberg, CEO, Danish ICT Association (ITB)
      Scientific Talk: “Steps towards a universal quantum computer (emulator, annealer, simulator, computer) – classic/quantum hybrid – cloud”, Johannes Borregaard, Technical University, Delft
      Scientific Talk: “Algorithm and software development – where can we achieve speed-up?”, Morten Kjærgaard, Assistant professor, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
      Business Talk: “When do we expect to see the first ’quantum advantage’, and where?”, Wictor Mazin, IBM Denmark
      Business Talk: “Vehicle routing as a potential use case for quantum computing”,Lasse Jiborn,, AMCS Group
      Discussion among the presenters and questions (15 min)
      Session coordinator: Peter Viereck, Viercon and Jan W. Thomsen, Niels Bohr Institute
      Facilitator: Natasha Friis Saxberg, CEO, ITB
      Quantum computing evolution – an attempt to describe a realistic roadmap
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