The Alfréd Rényi Institute is developing a new Masters course in Quantum Computing in the hope of attracting strong PhD candidates to this topic. The novel aspect of its new course will be to approach the theory of quantum algorithms from the perspective of the recent “Grand Unification of Quantum Algorithms”.
The Eötvös Loránd University is developing new course on post-quantum cryptography encompassing all of its current major branches, including lattice-based, multivariate, code-based, hash-based and isogeny-based cryptography. This will be one of the first such Master / Phd courses in Europe on this increasingly important topic, and it will be offered first in the spring semester (the course will most likely be split into two semesters). The university also plans to hire PhD students pursuing related research.
Training for industry,
QWorld (Association) is a non-profit global organization that brings quantum computing researchers & enthusiasts together. Our main goal is to popularize quantum technologies and software. Also, through education and skill development opportunities, QWorld is training the next generation of quantum scientists.
Bachelor's course Quantum Technologies is open for study in Czech language from the academic year 2020/2021 at the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague. We plan to open the study programme in English in forthcoming years.
Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering
Introduction to Quantum Computing and Quantum Hardware
This course is an introduction to the world of quantum computing, with an exploration of some of the key quantum algorithms and their implementations using quantum circuits, as well as the quantum hardware that is designed to run these algorithms. The course was first offered during the Qiskit Global Summer School in July 2020 as a two-week intensive summer school.
Students learn to program a Quantum Computer, about the hardware available, how to detect problems which gain by the use of Quantum Computing and to develop solutions for real world problems.
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
Quantum-enhanced Sensing via Quantum Control (QuSCo)
QuSCo strives to develop a best practise for PhD training in emerging quantum technologies using the example of quantum-enhanced sensing via quantum control, by providing cross-sectional and interdisciplinary training to its fellows.
Training modules for teachers
This is an experimental one-semester course offered to the teacher-students at the physics education department, that accounts for their different initial preparation in mathematics and physics and for the professional needs.