How to participate as a provider

In order to offer content through the pilot to students at your university, we require a local representative whom the students could contact. The role of local representatives is to serve as a contact point for the students and faculty, as well as to support local accreditation. See the full list of local representatives at the bottom of this page.

Here you can download a guidance document for participation in the pilot.

Guest lectures and seminars

Below you will find the events and guest lectures offered by QTOM partners. Unless otherwise stated, these are available flexibly at any time, for you to offer at your institution as part of a lecture course or as a standalone event. To do so, contact the provider directly (and cc to Simon: simon.goorney@phys.au.dk)

More detail is available in each link, including the intended student competences.

Title and lecturer Topics Length, availability

Marilù Chiofalo
2, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 3x2hr seminars, May 2022

Roberta Citro
1, 1.1, 2, 2.3, 5, 5.1 3-4 lectures, Jan-Feb

Terill Frantz
1, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 14 hours

Contact: Rob Sewell
various Bi-weekly, 14th Feb-30th June 2022

Jacob Sherson
8, 8.6, 8.7 1-3 hours lectures + 5-10 hours exercises

András Gilyén
5, 5.3 1-3 hours

Jacob Sherson
2, 2.1, 3, 3.4 1 hour lecture + 5 hours exercises

Jacob Sherson
1, 1.1, 8, 8.6 1 hour lecture + 5 hours exploratory material

András Gilyén
5, 5.3, 8, 8.2 1-2 hours lecture

László Bacsárdi
7, 7.1, 7.3 2 hour lecture

András Gilyén
5, 5.3 1-2 hours lecture

Evgeny Sherman
1, 1.3 2 hours lectures and 2 hours exercises

Roberta Citro
1, 1.1, 2, 2.1 2 hours lectures + 4 hours exercises

András Gilyén
5, 5.3 1-2 hour lecture

András Gilyén
5, 5.3 1-2 hours lecture

Aurél Gábris
4, 4.5, 5, 5.3, 5.5 2 hour lecture

Planned events

Here we show events hosted by QTOM partners which are open for non-local students to participate in. Contact the provider directly for more information (and cc to Simon: simon.goorney@phys.au.dk)

Shared courses

List of courses offered for exchange. Let us know if you can make a course available to your students.

Some of these courses are organised for several years already, some of them have been developed this year. The courses are offered for exchange to members of the master pilot of QTEdu within an experimental setting with the goal to find out what are the possibilities and impediments w.r.t. the exchange of such courses. For this we will evaluate the exchange of courses.

The courses are offered as is, i.e. the course is developed for use at a specific university. When you want to use it at your own university, you will have to organise this. The workload, ideally, should be on the receiving end of the exchange relationship.

When you have questions w.r.t. a course you can send an email to the contact person mentioned alongside each course.

We do have an evaluation form for students attending a course which can be found at Evaluation Form.

Title and description Topics Open for students at
Open Quantum Systems

CTU Prague — 2-4 ECTS — Spring Semester —13 weeks — 13 lectures 2x50min — Provider: Jaroslav Novotný,

1, 1.2 CTU Prague
Open Quantum Systems, Optimal stochastic control, Stochastic Methods, Hamiltonian Dynamics

University of Helsinki — 5-10 ECTS — Fall Semester — — Provider: Paolo Muratore-Ginanneschi,

1, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 University of Helsinki
Post-Quantum Cryptography

Eötvös Loránd University — 6 ECTS — February-May 2022 — 14 weeks — Lectures: 90min — Exercises: 90 min (locally) — Provider: Péter Kutas

5, 5.3, 7, 7.1, 8, 8.2 Eötvös Loránd University
Programming Quantum Computers

University of Latvia — 6 ECTS — Sep 2021- Jan 2022 — 16 lecture hours — 48 seminar and exercise hours — 96 study hours — Provider: Maksims Dimitrijevs

5, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 CTU Prague, QWorld, and University of Latvia
QCourse570-1 | Projects in Quantum

QWorld — 3 ECTS — Spring Semester —12 weeks — Ongoing Projects — Provider: Aubzer Yakaryilmaz and Jibran Rashid

1, 2, 5, 7, 8
QTOM Fridays – A trip through the world of Quantum Technology

QTOM — up to 4 ECTS — March – July 2022

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Quantum Computing

University of Amsterdam — 8 ECTS — all year — 7 weeks — 14 lectures 2x45min — Exercises: 45 min (locally) — Provider: Marten Teitsma

5, 5.1, 5.3, 5.4 University of Amsterdam
Quantum Computing

Uni Jena — 4.5 ECTS — Spring Semester —14 weeks — 14 lectures 90min — Provider: Falk Eilenberger

5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1
Quantum Information Theory

University of Copenhagen — 7.5 ECTS — 7 February 2022 — 7 weeks — Lectures: 2x90min — Exercises: 90 min (locally) — Provider: Laura Mančinska

1, 1.1, 1.2, 7, 7.1 University of Copenhagen
Quantum Information Theory

University of Amsterdam — 8 ECTS — Feb-May 2022 — 14 lectures: 2x45min — Exercises: optional (locally) — Provider: Michael Walter

5, 5.1, 5.3 University of Amsterdam
Quantum Liquids

University of Pisa — 6-9 ECTS — Spring Semester — 7 weeks — 15 lectures 2x45min — — Provider: Marilù Chiofalo

2, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 6, 6.3, 8, 8.5, 8.6, 8.7, 8.8 University of Pisa
Quantum Mechanics From Condensed Matter To Computing

University of Copenhagen — up to 10 ECTS — Jan-June 2022 — 4 phases — Provider: Albert Werner

1, 1.1, 1.2, 5, 5.2 University of Copenhagen
Quantum Physics For Computer Scientists

Sorbonne University — 9 ECTS — September to December 2021 — 10 weeks — Lectures: 4h30 mins — Exercises: 4h30 min — Provider: Alex Grilo

1, 1.1, 5, 5.3 Sorbonne University
Quantum Programming

CTU Prague — 2-4 ECTS — Spring Semester —13 weeks — 13 lectures 2x50min — Provider: Aurél Gábris

5, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 CTU Prague
Semiconductor Physics, Transport, and Spintronics

University of the Basque Country — 2 ECTS — Spring Semester — 12 weeks — 12 lectures 3x45min — — Provider: Evgeny Sherman

2, 2.3 UPV/EHU

Research projects

Offering a project

Students can participate in research projects in the form of internships and Bachelor/Master theses, remote or in-person.

Offering a project is straightforward: simply complete a 1-slide description, add your project to the Master Signup Sheet, and inform Simon on basecamp or at simon.goorney@phys.au.dk.

Local representatives may contact project providers in order to express interest from students.

Example projects available through QTOM.

Share educational resources

If you are seeking for collaboration for developing educational resources, then contact Simon on basecamp or at simon.goorney@phys.au.dk.

Local representatives

Local representatives serve as the contact points for students from their own institutions. They guide local students through QTOM actions and aid them to get their achievements in QTOM certified locally. Naming a local representative from a university is a requirement for participation in the pilot. A local representative may be a person different from who signed the Pilot Partnership Agreement.

Registered local representatives

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Martin Gärttnermartin.gaertttner@kip.uni-heidelberg.de
Evgeny Shermanevgeny.sherman@ehu.eus
András Gilyéngilyen@renyi.hu
Alexander Brinkmana.brinkman@utwente.nl
Péter Kutaskutasp@gmail.com
Roberta Citrorocitro@unisa.it
Marten Teitsmam.teitsma@hva.nl
Terrill FrantzTFrantz@HarrisburgU.edu
Marilu Chiofalomarilu.chiofalo@unipi.it
Rob Sewellrobert.sewell@icfo.eu
Jacob Shersonsherson@phys.au.dk
, Aurél Gábrisgabris.aurel@fjfi.cvut.cz

Become a local rep

Add your name and information to the Master Sign-up Sheet, see the guidance linked above.