Let’s help creating the next quantum revolution!
We encourage quantum researchers and enthusiasts to share their knowledge and expertise on the most current results in quantum technologies and computing. QResearch is a department of the QAcademy which aims to popularize and, what is most important, create such results.
If you are willing to join us in creating the next quantum revolution, please contact us!
Coordinators: Adam Glos (QPoland) and Zoltán Zimborás (QHungary)
Vice-coordinator: Aritra Sarkar
Contact: qresearch [at] qworld.net
Members: Krista Petersone (QLatvia), Engin Baç (QTurkey), Aleksandra Lipińska (QPoland), Abu Sayeed Md. Nasif, Yasir Ölmez, Yusharth Singh (QIndia)
We believe that high-quality research requires a simple reconstruction of results and easy access to the results by anyone. Finally, sharing our experiences is important – the more people with different skills join, the more likely it is that the research outcomes will meet high-quality criteria.
Therefore we initiate a Research project program. We welcome everyone to look for a team or formulate one!
Details can be found here.
An excellent way of understanding a large piece of material is to meet in a small group and simply go through it together. This is the purpose of study groups: A bunch of people take the same material, split the content among themselves, and share their thoughts. A study group is a virtual place where you can study together with your teammates’ chosen materials.
Details can be found here.
QIntern is an internship program that allows collaborative work between more experienced people and those willing to learn more. Projects led by quantum researchers and enthusiasts focus on creating new software, educational materials or research results. However, what is even more important is that the participants have a chance to meet new people, which may result in longer collaborations.
We are happy to say that during the QIntern 2020 pilot program we hosted over a dozen of projects, most of which ended successfully. In the last days of the event, participants had an opportunity to share their outcomes and present their new educational materials, software, or research outcomes.
Next year we conducted another even QIntern 2021, where over 25 projects with almost two hundred interns were working on preparing educational materials for optimization, research on various topics and were contributing to existing software.
QHackatons are a perfect way for intense knowledge and skills absorption. In 2019 QTurkey organized the first Quantum Programming Hackathon in Ankara, Turkey. Soon, October 10-11, 2020, they will run the next edition of the event – Quantum Technology Hackathon.