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Quantum Technologies are making rapid advances in our understanding of the world around us, but they are also becoming increasingly relevant on a societal level. Geneva is playing a key role in this “revolution”.
GQC Colloquium: Rachel Grange, ETH Zurich. Ancienne École de Médecine, 074, Friday November 3rd, 2023 – 2:15 pm
Students from the University of Geneva have recently launched the Quantum Club. Anna Efimova, Eliot Donnadieu, Alexandra Smirnova and Stefano Losito, are the driving force behind this initiative and and the club’s first committee.
At the Master level, the GQC will support interdisciplinary master programs, with curriculum that combine lectures in quantum information and communications, quantum materials and quantum computation. Members of the GQC contributing to this master programs span both theoretical and experimental aspects relevant for developing successful quantum technologies.
At the doctoral level, GQC will support courses given by international experts and schools, possibly co-organized with the Quantum centres at EPFL Lausanne and ETH Zurich. A long-term goal is to build stronger connections between these major institutions in Switzerland, both to trigger students exchange and interest, and to develop collaborations among research groups.