Learning opportunities

QTOM is your opportunity to assemble your own Quantum Technology education, with support from experts all across Europe! You can study a course for ECTS, take an internship or thesis project, or attend an event advertised at your institution.

To get involved in one of the QTOM courses or projects: Contact your local representative! This is the person responsible for helping you arrange your unique path to becoming a QT expert, who can explain to you how to to participate.

Remote courses

The following shared courses available through QTOM. If you are interested in a course be sure to contact your local representative: they will be able to provide information on how to participate and the possibilities of obtaining ECTS credits. If your university does not host a local representative, you may instead contact qtom.pilot@qtedu.eu for participation.

Please do not contact the providers of each course directly.

Quantum Liquids
University of Pisa — 6-9 ECTS — Spring Semester — 7 weeks — 15 lectures 2x45min — — Provider: Marilù Chiofalo
Full detais
Quantum Information Theory
University of Copenhagen — 7.5 ECTS — 7 February 2022 — 7 weeks — Lectures: 2x90min — Exercises: 90 min (locally) — Provider: Laura Mančinska
Full detais
Quantum Computing
University of Amsterdam — 8 ECTS — all year — 7 weeks — 14 lectures 2x45min — Exercises: 45 min (locally) — Provider: Marten Teitsma
Full detais
Post-Quantum Cryptography
Eötvös Loránd University — 6 ECTS — February-May 2022 — 14 weeks — Lectures: 90min — Exercises: 90 min (locally) — Provider: Péter Kutas
Full detais

Research projects

Soon we will publish a list of research projects available in the QT Open Master. Until that you may check the archive page since many of the topics published last year may still be available.

University representatives

Below is a list of the QTOM university representatives: Contact the rep at your institution if you wish to take a course through the Open Master.

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