Quantum Computing Specialization, master in Data Science and Scientific Computing
A specialization in Quantum computing and information in the Master Program in Data Science and Scientific Computing. The specialization is part of the computational science and engineering curriculum.
Materials Physics and Quantum Technology major – Master's Programme in Engineering Physics
Studies focus on either experimental physics or theoretical physics and modelling with emphasis on technology applications or basic research. Specialising in nanomaterials, solid-state applications of quantum technology, or purely theoretical physics related to the most pressing questions in modern solid-state physics and quantum technology.The programme delivers profound understanding of physics and mathematics as well as skills that are highly applicable. Language of instruction: English
Master in Quantum Science and Technology @ Barcelona
The Master in Quantum Science and Technologies is aimed at graduates in Physics, Physical Engineering or equivalent degrees who want to continue specialization studies in Quantum Science and Technologies. The master provides access to 60+ cutting-edge theoretical and experimental research groups across 3 universities and 4 research centres, working on quantum sensing, communication, computing and simulation, fields aligned with major pillars of the European Quantum Flagship. The program is taught by 30+ expert professors, and covers the core concepts of quantum science & technology, as well as practical tools and techniques. Engagement with industry is prominent, with high-tech companies actively participating in teaching, offering internships, seminars and a careers symposium. The program provides access to PhD programs at the participating institutes, and will advance the future careers of students interested in working in academia or industry in this exciting and fast-moving field.
Quantum Science and Nanomaterials International Graduate School
The QMat “initiative of excellence” is an international integrated MSc and PhD program of the University of Strasbourg, which prepares the next generation of scientists and engineers to shape the future in quantum science and nanotechnology
The multidisciplinary Continuation Master Course Quantum Technologies is open from the academic year 2020/2021 on Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague. Its aim is to educate experts in quantum information and communication, quantum optics, physics and technologies of lasers, solid state physics and nanomaterials.
Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering
Quantum Devices is a second year master program giving a high-level theoretical and experimental training on different kind of quantum phenomena with a particular attention to quantum devices and nanotechnologies.
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.
Master of Computer Science - Quantum Information (IQ)
Sorbonne University opens the first master program dedicated to Quantum Information in Paris! This program is supported by the Quantum Information Center Sorbonne (QICS), the Computer Science Master Department, in collaboration with the School of Physics. Experts from LIP6, LKB and INRIA will teach recent research results in quantum algorithms, quantum cryptography, photonic quantum computing and quantum information theory.
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.