Prof. Miroslav Grajcar, DrSc., Graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Comenius University (MSc in 1989 and PhD in 1993). He is an expert in accurate measurements at low temperatures, mainly focused on superconducting qubits. He designed and participated in the implementation of the first three-qubit adiabatic quantum simulator. He has published more than 100 CC scientific papers cited in the scientific literature more than 3,000 times. He has received several scientific awards: 1997 - Award of the Slovak Academy of Sciences for scientific work, 2004 - Award of the Ministry of Culture of Thuringia in Germany for basic research, 2007 - Award of the Ministry of Education for the best research team in 2007. He has attended Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena (Germany), Nice University (France), Riken (Japan) at many academic institutions. He has a long and fruitful long-term cooperation with IPHT Jena in Germany. Their research has gained international recognition as well as funding from D-Wave, Inc. Based on this research, D-Wave reoriented the development from standard quantum computations to adiabatic quantum computational technology and patented quantum simulators. This concept is used in D-Wave Systems One, which was sold to Lockheed Martin Corporation, and in D-Wave System Two, which is installed in a new quantum artificial intelligence laboratory jointly created by NASA and Google.