Hausi A. Müller is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Victoria. He was Associate Dean of Research, Faculty of Engineering (2009-2019). He is Co-Chair of the IEEE Future Directions Quantum Initiative. He is the founder and Steering Committee Chair of IEEE Quantum Week, the IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing & Engineering (QCE). He was General Chair of QCE20 & QCE21 and Workshops & Finance Chair for QCE22. He was Vice President of IEEE Computer Society (CS) Technical and Conferences Activities (T&C) Board (2016–2018), member of the CS Board of Governors (2015–2017), and chair of the CS Technical Council on Software Engineering (2011-2015). With his research group, he collaborates extensively with industry as an international expert in quantum computing, software engineering, software evolution, adaptive systems, and intelligent cyber-physical systems. He was a principal investigator of an IBM CAS Project on Quantum Problem Solving and Algorithm Design. He is a principal investigator of two NSERC Collaborative Research and Training Experience (CREATE) grants on Quantum Computing and Dependable Internet-of-Things Applications (DITA), respectively. As part of the British Columbia Quantum Ecosystem, he teaches a graduate-undergraduate course on Quantum Algorithms and Software Engineering. He regularly gives invited presentations and keynotes on hybrid quantum-classical algorithms and engineering.