MIT Innovators 35 under 35_Carlos-Abellan
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35 Under 35 by MIT recognizes Carlos Abellan, CEO at Quside


Cambridge, United States. Innovators 35 Under 35 by MIT Technology Review is an annual list that recognizes 35 outstanding innovators who are younger than 35. Quside’s CEO, Carlos Abellan, is one of the individuals being awarded in the European list. His innovation as part of Quside on quantum technology to secure our online communication in the face of quantum computers was honored. The awards span a wide range of fields, including communications, biotechnology, materials, computer hardware, energy, transportation, and the Internet.

Innovators 35 Under 35 by MIT is searching for individuals whose superb technical work promises to shape the coming decades. Every year they recognize the development of new technology or the creative application of existing technologies to solve the world’s biggest problems. Their main aim is to reward ingenious and elegant work that matters to the world at large—not just to peers in a particular field or industry.

Listen to the pitch he gave during the recognition ceremony.

Carlos Abellan – Innovators Under 35 by MIT Technology Review

José Ramon Martínez

Carlos Abellan

Co-founder & CEO

PhD in quantum technologies at ICFO, where he developed the quantum randomness technologies that were transferred to Quside. 10 years of experience in quantum and photonics technologies, co-inventor of multiple patent families and co-author of 15+ papers in top scientific journals. Received the award MIT Innovators Under 35 Europe.

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