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Requirements for future quantum workforce: Third round of the survey

Published on April 9th, 2021
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The Education Coordination and Support Action (QTEdu CSA) of the Quantum Flagship, in collaboration with the QuIC, are carrying out a joint survey on the desired competencies and skills of the future quantum workforce. The third and final round is starting just now. The aim is to create a unified competence framework on quantum technologies, using an iterative process to collect and rate expert opinions. The present questionnaire is based on the feedback from the first two rounds. It gives you the opportunity to comment on the results obtained there and also to add new aspects.

We invite you to complete the following questionnaire:


Please follow the link above and answer the questions by the end of April 2021. Answering the questions will take about 40 minutes. Your answers will help to get an overview of what might be important topics in future master programs and the different perspectives from science, industry, and education.

A beta version of the competence framework, largely based on the results of the previous questionnaires, can be found on the QTEdu CSA page. QTEdu focuses on systematically building a community and pilot programmes to advance education in quantum technology. They are also setting up an education and outreach database and invite you to add your own programmes or materials there

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