New Delhi/ Bangalore, September 26, 2022- BosonQ Psi, a Bangalore based Quantum Computing startup has appointed Dr. Araceli Venegas-Gomez as Quantum Advisor. In this role, she will be responsible for all aspects of BQP’s highly analytical expert opinions on Quantum-related issues. Besides, her strong hold in the US, UK, and European markets will immensely help accelerate the expansion of BQP in these regions to address the product’s growing demand.
Dr. Gomez brings in rich experience at multiple levels – as an aerospace engineer working for Airbus in Germany and France before moving on to follow her passion with a Ph.D. in quantum simulation at the University of Strathclyde. Her love for quantum computing, deep understanding of clients’ needs, an impeccable track record makes her the perfect choice to further take BosonQ Psi to even greater success.
Abhishek Chopra, Founder & CEO, BosonQ Psi, said that “I’m super elated to welcome Araceli to the BQP family and to our advisory board. With her unique background in Quantum + Aerospace, she will unlock another dimension in the advisory board. Dr Gomez’s arrival will also accelerate our Quantum journey. I’m looking forward to our engagement!”
On her appointment, Dr. Gomez said “I am delighted to support BQP in the development of their business. From my background in aerospace and engineering, I see a huge potential for BQP in the emerging market of quantum technologies, and I’m thankful to be part of the journey to make it happen. I am humbled to take on this role, and to do it with all our incredibly talented people all over the world.”
Following discussions with the different quantum stakeholders she had over the last few years, Araceli identified the need to bridge the gap between businesses and academia and raise quantum awareness to the general public. This led to the offset of her company – QURECA (Quantum Resources and Careers) to create a link between the different stakeholders in the quantum community through a common language, and to generate global opportunities with quantum technologies.
Continuing her work on outreach advocating quantum technologies, she was named the “quantum ambassador”, after winning the Optical Society Milton and Rosalind Chang Pivoting fellowship in 2019.