The school "Nanotechnology meets Quantum Information (NanoQI)" provides a broad overview of different implementations of quantum information processing and quantum technologies. The school is aimed at PhD students and young postdocs interested in quantum information processing and quantum technologies.
The Optoelectronics and Photonics Winter Schools are biannual meetings which address relevant arguments of Optoelectronics and Photonics. The School has the tradition to bring together a large number of PhD students and young researchers from all parts of the world who, in a one-week of an intense program, follow a series of lectures on selected topics. The lectures are held by internationally recognized experts in the field. At the same time, the students are encouraged to enjoy the beautiful location where the school is organized.
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Learn about quantum information processing and gain research experience
At the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) we have a couple of different learning opportunities available for undergraduate students interested in quantum information processing.
Undergraduate School on Experimental Quantum Information Processing (USEQIP) - May 29-June 9,2017
We are glad to inform you about the ESAS Winter school on Novel Frontiers in Superconducting Electronics: from Fundamental Concepts and Advanced Materials towards Future Applications.
The ESAS Winter school will take place on December 12-17, 2016, in Pozzuoli (Napoli), Italy.
We are also very glad to communicate that the following lecturers have confirmed their participation in the school:
This one week spring school will provide several lectures by leading experts supplemented by a few shorter seminars.
The school "Nanotechnology meets Quantum Information (NanoQI)" aims to provide a broad overview of different implementations of quantum information processing and quantum simulation enabled by recent progress in nanotechnologies.
Enrico Fermi Summer School on Quantum Simulators
Motivation and goals