LEESBURG, Va., April 03, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Quantum Computing, Inc. (OTC Pink: QUBT) (“QCI” or the “Company”), a technology company focused on developing novel algorithms and solutions utilizing quantum and quantum-inspired computing to solve difficult problems in various industries, today announced the appointment of quantum scholar Dr. Faisal Shah Khan to serve on the Company’s Advisory Board.

Dr. Khan’s research focuses on the area of mathematics and quantum technologies, including quantum computing and quantum communications. He is a faculty member in the Mathematics Department at Khalifa University of Science and Technology and a founding member of its Quantum Computing Research Group. Dr. Khan has been involved in the architecture, design and programming of first-generation quantum computers such as the D-wave 2000Q. Dr. Khan holds a Ph.D. in Mathematical Science from Portland State University.

“Faisal is considered an expert in the quantum realm,” stated Robert Liscouski, QCI’s Chief Executive Officer. “His background will prove to be a valuable asset to our Advisory Board and our technical team. We expect to continue to expand our Advisory Board to include world class mathematicians, seasoned industry executives, and computer science thought leaders who will collectively guide the Company’s efforts in developing quantum applications for the financial and security sectors.”

“Billions of R&D dollars are being invested by governments globally to scale quantum computing for commercial viability,” stated Dr. Faisal Shah Khan, Quantum Computing’s newly appointed Technical Advisor. “With the advancement of quantum technology, I believe we are nearing another computing revolution. I hope to share my technical expertise so that Quantum Computing is prepared to take advantage of this emerging technology.”

About Quantum Computing Inc.
Quantum Computing Inc. is a technology company focused on developing novel algorithms and solutions utilizing quantum and quantum-inspired computing to solve difficult problems in various industries. The Company is leveraging their collective expertise in finance, computing, security, mathematics, and physics to develop commercial applications for the financial and security sectors.

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Bob Liscouski