Our manuscript “Rapid training of quantum recurrent neural networks” in collaboration with Bertrandt Le Saux from ESA Eeath Observation Center (ESRIN) was accepted for publication in Quantum Machine Intelligence. https://arxiv.org/abs/2207.00378
Today, Monika Mycroft, stipendee in the Foundation for Polish Science “First Team” project, defended her PhD thesis on “Protocols for selected quantum technologies based on feasible multi-photon bipartite entanglement”. Congratulations!
Our team at will participate in the QuantERA “PhoMemtor” project consortium led by Prof. Philip Walther from the University of Vienna. The other collaborator will be Dr. Roberto Osellame from the Politecnico di Milano. We are much looking forward to this collaboration!
A list of winning consortia: https://www.quantera.eu/137-results-of-the-quantera-call-2021
It is our pleasure to inform that Dr. Camilo López, who is a member of the QCAT group, has just received a prestigious National Science Center “Sonatina” grant, which will be realized at the University of Warsaw. The project entitled “CARAMEL: CaptuRing polARitonic quantuM corrELations”, got second place among 20 in the ranking of exact and technical sciences. Congratulations!(more…)
Early-Stage Researcher positions in the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, Innovative Training Network as well as PhD student fellowships in a National Science Center project are still available. We invite graduates or people who are just graduating from Master studies in physics, mathematics or computer science. We offer a great journey with the newest quantum technologies!