‹Programming› 2023
Mon 13 - Fri 17 March 2023 Tokyo, Japan
Carmelo R. Cartiere

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Name:Carmelo R. Cartiere

A Master’s Degree from the University of Oxford with a dissertation on Quantum Software Engineering and member of the British Computer Society.

With NEXTSENSE (SRL) since 2015, he leads the Division of Quantitative Physics and Systems Engineering and the development of photonic devices based on LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) and O-LEDs (Organic LEDs), for the use of Multifrequency Interfering Light-waves (MIL) for selective microbial eradication, particularly in the fight against MDR (Multiple Drug Resistant) microorganisms, in a global strategy to control pandemics and fight antibiotic resistance.

Nominee of the 2020 Millennium Technology Prize, awarded every two years from the Technology Academy Finland for innovations that shall help to solve the great challenges of humanity while also being environmentally sustainable.

His research interests include the theory and application of formal methods to quantum computing, to provide a boost to the field of quantum software development and to ensure the production of high-quality quantum software in a controlled manner.

Preferred quote: “The most complex engineering artifacts in existence are now software systems. Software engineering combines scientific and engineering principles with sound practice.” (unknown)

Affiliation:NEXTSENSE (SRL)
Research interests:Quantum Software Engineering, Photonic Inactivation of Pathogens


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