Last week, we were contacted by the online Media The Conversation which ambition is to turn knowledge and insights from academics into easy-to-read articles, and make them accessible to all readers by a straight collaboration between academics and journalists.
They are very interested by Quantum information and we are all invited to contribute alone or building a small team from 2 to 5 people, with at least a senior researcher or choosing a subject related to your PhD project. The format is 8000 characters (2 pages).
If you are interested, please get back to us to organise your contribution.
QICS PHD AND POST-DOC ACTIONS
From September, the QICS and its PhD & Post-doc community met twice in order to join their skills and forces to promote Quantum information to a diverse audience (broad audience, undergraduate and high schools students, industry engineers and leaders, etc)
We are in a way to create exciting video to display online and gaming tools to discover what covers Quantum information.
If you are interested to contribute and to join the initiative, just send us an email!
QICS CALL FOR PROJECT
The QICS launched its first Call for project in humanities and social sciences. It’s still time to send your paper! Submission is this Friday, December the 18th. Go here to read the complete call (only in French and for Sorbonne University community)
QICS MEMBERS LAST TALKS
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November the 16th and 17th saw Sorbonne University and the University of Sydney hold a joint virtual workshop on Quantum AI. Here, a scientist from each institution reflects on the challenges and exciting possibilities for its future use in the real world.
Valentina Parigi & Mattia Walschaers were invited by Eleni Diamanti to the virtual 2020 European Quantum Week to introduce quantum technologiesto high school students and the general public.
If you missed Elham Kashefi‘s live talk, “Quantum Cryptograhy Demystified” during Hello Tomorrow Global Summit, don’t worry, it is available here.
Eleni Diamanti and Nicolas Treps, were invited at BPI France by the co-organizers Elham Kashefi and Olivier Ezzraty to participate to a round table regarding the New French Quantum Ecosystem.
QICS MEMBERS RECENTLY IN THE PRESS
In October the 30th, Nicolas Treps was on RFI, Radio France Culture and in October the 13th, Frédéric Grosshans was invited on Radio France Culture
If you are looking for a candidat in Quantum information, please sends us your job offer and we will pleased to share it to the whole community.
If you are looking for a position in Quantum information and want us to share your profile in our website, please feel free to send us your curriculum.
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