2021 DOCTORAL PROGRAMM CAMPAIGN
The 2021 Doctoral Program in Quantum Information is now over!
The Quantum Information Center Sorbonne (QICS) is awarding two doctoral programs related to quantum information, from both the physics and computer science point of view. Go here to get more information
ANNUAL CHAIR OF FRÉDÉRIC MAGNIEZ AT COLLÈGE DE FRANCE
Frédéric Magniez, of Université de Paris, will inaugurate its annual chair at Collège de France in April the 1st.
The inaugural lesson is about quantum algorithms: when quantum physics challenges the Church-Turing thesis.
Each course will be accessible to as many people as possible and followed by a seminar from a specialist on the latest advances in the field.
Go here to get the complete program
LES EXPLORATRICES DE L’INFINIMENT PETIT
« Les exploratrices de l’infiniment petit » describes these women, these researchers who, not only participate but, are at the heart of the “quantum revolution” in France and in Europe. In this article published in Le Point, on March the 18th, you will find the portraits of 10 women including those of Eleni Diamanti and Elham Kashefi, both members of the QICS.
PRICE « LES MARGARET & LES MARGARET JUNIOR 2021«
Congratulations to Pr. Elham Kashefi who received in March the 8th the price « les Margaret & les Margaret Junior », in the category «intrapreuneur Europe»
Read here the complete info (French only)
Congratulations to Bruno Bachimont from the laboratory Connaissance, Organisation et Systèmes Techniques – COSTECH (SU – UTC, UPR 2223), in collaboration with Vincent Bontems and Christian de Ronde from material science research laboratories (Larsim-CEA) and the LOGOS community (CONICET-Argentina), for their project « Repenser l’information quantique et l’intrication à la lumière de Simondon » which have been selected as the laureate of the call for project launched by the QICS in December 2020.
Listen to Nicolas Treps together with Serge Reynaud and Claude Fabre from the Kastler Brossel Laboratory, on the air of France Culture next Tuesday, January the 12th from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., in the program La méthode scientifique
November 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. Go here to read the complete interview
October the 30th, Nicolas Treps on RFI, Radio France Internationale
October the 13th, Frédéric Grosshans on radio France Culture