Teaching Quantum Computing Through Quantum Programming: A Case Study over 22 Workshops in 10 Countries by Özlem Salehi Köken and Zeki Can Seskir, Özyeğin University

Özlem Salehi Köken and Zeki Can Seskir, Özyeğin University IEEE Quantum Education Online Meeting October 28. 2020 10:00 AM A need for extending the educational reach of quantum computing to groups outside of physics has been becoming a necessity. In this talk, we will propose a methodology for introducing quantum computing to a large audience… Read more

Preparing Students for the Second Quantum Revolution with Core Concepts in Quantum Information by Chandralekha Singh, U. Pittsburgh

Chandralekha Singh, University of Pittsburgh IEEE Quantum Education Online Meeting October 28. 2020 10:00 AM In order to inspire future generations to pursue careers in quantum information science and technology (QIST), educators must play a key role in developing curricular materials and engaging their students using evidence-based approaches with core QIST concepts at appropriate levels… Read more

QIST Education at Virginia Tech: from High School to Graduate School by Ed Barnes

Ed Barnes efbarnes@vt.edu and Sophia Economou economou@vt.edu, Virginia Tech Expanding and diversifying the QIST workforce requires engaging students from early stages up through graduate school. A successful curriculum should be both pedagogical and rigorous. I will describe high-school QIST outreach activities that avoid advanced math yet still enable students to perform hands-on calculations and understand simple quantum algorithms… Read more

October 2020 Workshop

The workshops are the 4th or last Wednesday of the month. The next workshop will be October 28, 2020. Invitation and Logistics This WebEx meeting will open to anybody who can contribute or participate. Time is: October 28, 20207 AM PDT (UTC-6)10 AM EDT (UTC-4)3 PM London (GMT+1)11 PM Tokyo (GMT+9).Request an invitation from t.c.martinez@ieee.org… Read more