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Quantum Courses in teacher education

PhD course, Training for school students, Training modules for teachers, Undergraduate course, Workshop In collaboration with different universities, quantum mechanics courses are developed using wave approach and approaches of two-state systems too. Since 2007 there has been a PhD program for teachers "Physics Education" that also includes quantum mechanical topics. Recently, the University has launched a pilot project incorporated in the first lessons on the introductory quantum mechanics lecture designed to understand two state systems. This is based on specifically selected examples and the knowledge of the students acquired years ago in relation to two by two matrices and their spectral properties which also support the discovery of quantum computing.
Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) Hungary
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Student Lab "PhotonLab"

Training for school students At the students lab "PhotonLab" we present 20 different experiments from simple to more difficult (analogy) experiments in quantum physics. The visiting students get an introduction talk, a lab visit at Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics and then they can perform their own experiments. We also have interactive online material to prepare for the visit: https://photonlab.h5p.com/content/1291314958702865067.
Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics Germany
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Teacher professional development on quantum technologies

Courses for school teachers, Training modules for teachers The Department of Physics at the University of Pavia offers a professional training course on quantum technologies for high school physics teachers. The course was held in 2020/21 in distance learning, and will be replicated in 2021/22 starting in early spring 2022, presumably still at least partially in distance learning.
University of Pavia Italy
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Quantum physics for high school students

Course for high school students, Training for school students This course, designed for high school students, is based on the model of Discipline-Culture. It starts with basic concepts in quantum physics (e.g., wavity of matter, superposition, state, measurement, probability, etc.) and through active-learning and using multiple representations, it develops students’ skills of quantitative problem solving.
The Hebrew Universtiy of Jerusalem Israel Israel
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QSilver

Training for industry, Training for school students, Workshop QSilver is QWorld’s intermediate level workshop series (16 to 20 hours) on quantum computing and programming focusing on complex numbers, QFT and Shor’s Algorithm completed in 2021. Prior completion of QBronze is recommended.
QWorld Estonia
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Explore quantum technologies

Training for school students, Workshop In our project "Quantenphysikalische Inhalte aus der modernen Forschung" we offer high school students multiple experiments concerning current research, including basic principles of quantum physics and applications. They have the opportunity to work in an authentic laboratory environment with state-of-the-art equipment. The project includes topics like the double-slit experiment or the quantum eraser to convey basic principles of quantum physics. The students can setup a solid-state laser, work with an optical tweezer or test the functionality of quantum cryptography. To introduce high school students to current research on ultracold atoms we recently completed a magneto-optical trap for rubidium, a highlight for any school lab. Furthermore, we develop education projects in the field of quantum technologies, like the functionality of atomic clocks.
Universität Hamburg Germany
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Quantum Information Processing

Master course Introductory university course on hands-on quantum computing. One goal is to introduce quantum information theory and computing. Another goal is to provide hands-on experience in programming an actual quantum computer. That is, the basic concepts, gadgets, algorithms, etc., should be implemented and run by the students themselves, partly during the lectures, partly as homework. We will use the quantum computers of the IBM Quantum Experience project, which are available via the cloud for anyone.
Institute of Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics Hungary
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Master in Quantum Science and Technology

Master's programme This 60 credits research-oriented Master that can be considered a step toward doctoral studies. The one-year programme, finalized with a research-based Master Thesis, is available for up to 20 students per year. The courses (compulsory and by choice) are taught in English by professors and researchers with proven track record in both teaching and research. The courses include fundamental quantum theory (from condensed matter to quantum field and gravitation) and its various applications in information processing and other technologies.
University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU Spain
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The mechanics of quantum

Elective course for pre-univesity level This is an active-learning course on the fundamentals of quantum mechanics designed for pre-university level. In it we investigate the double well system to get as close as possible to what students commonly understand as mechanics: position, velocity (momentum), energy. It is being considered as an on-line active-engagement course.
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Mathematics and Physics Slovenia
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