Off-the-shelf, plug-and-play, hybrid classical-quantum device manufacturing...
Where Borg-like enhancements happen,
The quantum garage is an input-output machine. The output is products whose functionality have no counterparts; the input includes devices and minds looking to be quantized.
To "quantize" is to enhance hardware platforms quantum physically.
The Dark Star™ quantum way for software development is to apply mathematical rigor to speed-up the performance of algorithms on classical or quantum machines.
The first generation of proof-of-principle quantum computers is available commercially. This availability gives rise to the possibility of bad actors using this technology as the proverbial wooden practice dummy used by masters of Wing Chun martial art, to practice and hone their ability to challenge the integrity and security of institutions. For governments and businesses, it is essential to determine if this situation presents a techno-economic disruption to business and security.
In line with General Sun Tzu's Art of War, Dark Star™ helps governments and businesses determine their quantum readiness to face this disruptive threat. Dark Star™ practices and teaches “Quantum” Wing Chun to meet the threat on an equal or advantaged footing.
- Excerpt from the Dark Star™ Prospectus
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Dark Star Quantum Lab is a quantum information technology hardware and software solution provider for civilian, defense & space domains.
MISSION / VISION
1. Enable the circular economy (circularity) value-chain for the quantum eco-system;
2. Enable the transition from classical to quantum technologies, filling in the blanks.
3. Make investment in the quantum eco-system user friendly.
We have expertise to identify "winning horses" of quantum investment opportunities.
David M. Wilkinson
Chief Executive Officer
David founded Dark Star Quantum Lab to make the US a leader in quantum technology through his space oriented propulsion IP, that came out of his obsession with re-engineering the Saturn V rocket since age nine. David is Dark Star’s liaison to the U.S. military and speaks at U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force events.
David is a biologist by training. He has served as a consultant for the life sciences industry, where he has developed and validated software for biopharma med devices, and clinical research. As the Senior Scientist and main staff microbiologist, Dave led the creation of several commercially successful laboratory products, grossing $1M in year one, and $7M in year three.
Faisal Shah Khan, PhD
Chief Science Advisor
Dr. Faisal Shah Khan's scientific work, spanning 15 years, has produced peer-reviewed scientific papers for developing quantum tech products. Dr. Khan's work has motivated quantum start-up companies, for example Quantum Computing Inc. (QCI), where he serves as an advisor. QCI is the first quantum start-up to be listed on the stock market (QUBT). Dr. Khan is a pioneering expert in the area of quantum logic synthesis based on decomposition techniques. Microsoft Q#, which is based on F#, utilizes the methodologies from Dr. Khan's work. See "Synthesis of multi-qudit Hybrid and d-valued Quantum Logic Circuits by Decomposition" by Dr. Faisal Shah Khan, https://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0511019v3.
Dr. Khan’s scientific work guides Dark Star's product road map to support the fledgling quantum eco system.
Synthesis of Multi-Qudit (General Qubit) Hybrid and D-Valued Quantum Logic Circuits by Decomposition, Dr. Faisal Shah Khan, 2006
Chief Operating Officer &
Chief Project Officer
Dave is an expert in removing noise (e.g., inefficiency) from existing systems, with a specialty in embedding quantum-inspired, community-detection graph analytics systems. Dave's goal, to create financial solution technology to achieve restorative justice and a circular economy, has three phases. Phase I took the form of anti-money laundering (AML), and antiterrorist funding (ATF) security software for the stock exchange to achieve past client, Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC), goals. Phase II was a reverse-engineered exchange traded fund (ETF) model, resulting in a $6 trillion milestone, found at www.PriceMetrix.com. In Phase III, Dave co-founded Dark Star Quantum Lab as the tip of the spear of the Planetary Microgrid Energy Cloud City program.
Dave is the cofounder and chair of the York University Quantum Computing for Social Impact meetup, and the Ethics of AI meetup. Dave partners with an award-winning manufacturing head-hunting firm, where he runs an Industry 4.0 practice.
Quantum games: a review of the history, current state, and interpretation
FS Khan, N Solmeyer, R Balu, TS Humble
Quantum Information Processing 17 (11), 309
Synthesis of multi-qudit hybrid and d-valued quantum logic circuits by decomposition
FS Khan, M Perkowski
Theoretical Computer Science 367 (3), 336-346
Gaming the quantum
FS Khan, SJD Phoenix
arXiv preprint arXiv:1202.1142
Synthesis of ternary quantum logic circuits by decomposition
FS Khan, M Perkowski
arXiv preprint quant-ph/0511041
Mini-maximizing two qubit quantum computations
FS Khan, SJD Phoenix
Quantum information processing 12 (12), 3807-3819
Financial portfolio management using D-wave quantum optimizer: The case of Abu Dhabi securities exchange
N Elsokkary, FS Khan, D La Torre, TS Humble, J Gottlieb
Oak Ridge National Lab.(ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN (United States)
Advances in the quantum theoretical approach to image processing applications
N Abura'ed, FS Khan, H Bhaskar
ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 49 (4), 1-49
Octonionization of three player, two strategy maximally entangled quantum games
AO Ahmed, SA Bleiler, FS Khan
International Journal of Quantum Information 8 (03), 411-434
Properly quantized history-dependent Parrondo games, Markov processes, and multiplexing circuits
SA Bleiler, FS Khan
Physics Letters A 375 (19), 1930-1943
Nash embedding and equilibrium in pure quantum states
FS Khan, TS Humble
International Workshop on Quantum Technology and Optimization Problems, 51-62
Dominant strategies in two-qubit quantum computations
Quantum Information Processing 14 (6), 1799-1808
The role of correlation in quantum and classical games
SJD Phoenix, FS Khan
Fluctuation and Noise Letters 12 (03), 1350011
Nash equilibrium in quantum superpositions
FS Khan, S Phoenix
arXiv preprint arXiv:1106.3019
Cavity-induced mirror-mirror entanglement in a single-atom Raman laser
B Teklu, T Byrnes, FS Khan
Physical Review A 97 (2), 023829
Quantum multiplexers, parrondo games, and proper quantization
arXiv preprint arXiv:0906.0645
Optimal control of traffic signals using quantum annealing
H Hussain, MB Javaid, FS Khan, A Dalal, A Khalique
Quantum Information Processing 19 (9), 1-18
Preferences in quantum games
S Phoenix, F Khan, B Teklu
Physics Letters A, 126299
High-ISO image de-noising using burst filtering
H Bhaskar, F Khan
2016 IEEE 59th International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems …
An alternative quantization protocol for the history dependent Parrondo game
arXiv preprint arXiv:0806.1544
Nash embedding: a road map to realizing quantum hardware
arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.05118
How quantum got gamed
FS Khan, N Abura'ed
Digitale Welt 3, 42-45
Benchmarking Portfolio Selection with Adiabatic Quantum Optimization
E Grant, T Humble, N Elsokkary, F Khan, G Quiroz
APS 2019, L42. 002
Compiling Adiabatic Quantum Programs
FS Khan, N Elsokkary, TS Humble
2018 IEEE Globecom Workshops (GC Wkshps), 1-4
A game theoretic approach to quantizing Markov processese
S Bleiler, FS Khan
2011 IEEE GCC Conference and Exhibition (GCC), 146-149
Proper Quantization of History Dependent Parrondo Games, Markov Processes, and Multiplexing Circuits
F Khan, S Bleiler
APS 2010, A26. 013
Erratum to:“Synthesis of multi-qudit hybrid and d-valued quantum logic circuits by decomposition”[Theoret. Comput. Sci. 367 (3)(2006) 336–346]
FS Khan, M Perkowski
Theoretical Computer Science 403 (1), 130-131
Synthesis of Hybrid and d-valued Quantum Logic Circuits
FS Khan, MA Perkowski
IEEE International Conference on Evolutionary Computation, 2410-2415