HARDWARE/SOFTWARE Axion Technologies
Chain Reaction Innovations at Argonne National Laboratory
Axion Technologies developed a Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) for use in massively parallel computers, e.g. High Performance Computers (HPCs). This device will revolutionize HPCs by reducing the need for labor associated with existing solutions, enabling HPC users to take advantage of the full computing power. Now, the company is developing a QRNG microchip for use in: Encryption, HPC Simulations, One-time Pad, SALT in Cryptographic Hash, Lottery Gaming, Cloud Cryptography, Fiber Communications, AI Deep Learning, etc.
Dr. Carol Y. Scarlett founded Axion Technologies, in January of 2016, to produce cryptographic hardware based on experimentation she was performing. She holds a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Yale University and a doctorate in Physics from the University of Michigan. During her seven years at Florida A&M University (FAMU) Dr. Scarlett, an Associate Professor in Physics, has supervised work in a university research laboratory. She has over thirty peer-reviewed publications and holds four patents. Her skills include: expertise in mirror cavity development, signal analysis, simulating optical effects, as well as circuit design and fabrication. She will develop the electronic system needed to detect the noise source (entropy), convert to a bit stream and read to a PC or Computer system.