QZimbabwe was founded in April 2021 by young quantum enthusiasts. Our goal as QZimbabwe is to promote and raise awareness about the potential of quantum technologies, and teach Quantum Computing to anyone interested to learn. We are a growing community of quantum enthusiasts, and our activity is focused on organizing workshops, and hosting talks and webinars with quantum experts from different sectors.
Our mission is to spread out quantum computing and raise awareness among future potential users as well as bring quantum technologies to all levels of Education, Institutions and Research Centers!
If you want to join the team to organise such events, send us an email to
qzimbabwe [at] qworld.net
Lorraine Majiri (she/her) Information Technology student at Chinhoyi University Of Technology
Esther Munakandafa (she/her) Mechanical engineering student at the University of Zimbabwe
Farai Mazhandu (he/him) OneQuantum Africa President
Nandi Jani (she/her) Mechanical engineering student at the University of Zimbabwe
Ropafadzo Siziba (she/her) Computer Science student at National University of Science and Technology
Muvaki Nhlema (he/him) ST Georges High School student
Shandirai Tunhuma (he/him) Quantum engineer
Vishal Bajpe (he/him) Undergraduate Engineering student
Madu Afam Daniel (he/him) Physicist
Mthandazo JJ Ncube (he/him) Computer Science student at National University of Science and Technology
Kenneth Olisa Isamade (he/him) Electrical Engineer