Prof. Miroslav Grajcar is working at the Department of experimental physics at Comenius University Bratislava, Slovakia. He is an expert in precise low temperature measurements, in particular on superconducting qubits. He has proposed and realized the first superconducting three-qubit adiabatic quantum simulator. Prof. Grajcar has published more than 100 papers which are cited more than 2222 times, with an h-index of 29. For his research he has been awarded several prizes: 1997 -Prize of Slovak Academy of Sciences for scientific work, 2004 – Prize of Thuringia ministry of culture in Germany for basic research, 2007 - Prize of ministry of education – best research team in 2007. In 2015 he was nominated a member of the top scientific team among Slovak universities. He has a close and fruitful research collaboration with IPHT Jena which has attracted international recognition and funding from D-wave, Inc. Their investigations have reoriented the development of D-wave system, Inc. from standard quantum computing towards adiabatic quantum computing and quantum simulators. This concept is used at D-Wave Systems One, sold to Lockheed Martin Corporation, and at D-Wave Two system, which is installed at the new Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab created jointly by NASA, Google and USRA.