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  • QBronze52 | Quantum Computing and Programming | February 8-13, 2021

    QBronze52 | Quantum Computing and Programming | February 8-13, 2021

    Update (8. 2. 2021):

    We would like to thank to all 63 people who registered to the workshop! We have accepted all of them.
    Follow us or QWorld for more workshops, talks or other events!

    Update (6. 2. 2021):

    We’ve started responding to registrations. If you haven’t received feedback any yet, contact us on the e-mail address given below.
    The number of registrations is nearing 60 but we’re still accepting. Fill in the registration form now!

    We are happy to announce our next QBronze workshop organized jointly by QCzech and QSlovakia!

    QBronze is QWorld’s introductory level workshop series on the basics of quantum computing and quantum programming. It is based on a collection of Jupyter notebooks using Python as the programming language and Qiskit library for writing quantum programs.

    We are inviting everyone wishing to learn more about quantum computers, especially students at high schools or universities, as well as academic researchers and instructors. During the workshop, we will use the introductory tutorial Bronze by QWorld. The language of instruction and educational materials will be in English, but mentoring will be available in Czech or Slovak if needed. We will use a dedicated Discord server to conduct the workshop and we will have daily Zoom meetings. An on-line QWebinar will take place on 10 February at 6 pm (CET) which is included in the schedule of the workshop.

    Those who complete the workshop successfully will receive a diploma!

    Participants are expected to follow the workshop materials, watch the lecture videos and complete the tasks on their own. The workshop will be held during 6 consecutive days with 18 hours of training. On-line mentoring will be provided for participants during the times specified in the schedule below. Diplomas are awarded based on completion of on-line home work questions assigned at the end of each day.


    You may apply for the workshop by filling the registration form until 7 February 2021 or until the number registrations reaches 60.
    Registration form (closed) >>
    Registration form for minors (closed) >>

    Planned schedule

    Times given in CET (UTC+1)

    Day 0, 5 February (Fri)
    Invitation to the discord server, sharing installation instructions

    Day 1, 8 February (Mon)
    16:00 – 16:15 Live Zoom session: Welcome and opening of workshop
    16:15 – 20:45 Working individually on notebooks, mentoring support on discord
    20:45 – 21:00 Closing Zoom session

    Day 2, 9 February (Tue)
    16:00 – 17:00 Live Zoom session: summary of Day 1
    17:00 – 20:45 Working with materials
    20:45 – 21:00 Live Zoom session

    Day 3, 10 February (Wed)
    16:00 – 17:00 Live Zoom session: summary of Day 2
    17:00 – 18:00 Working with materials, on the following notebooks 
    18:00 – 20:00 QWebinar by Eliška Greplová: Understanding quantum matter using intelligent machines. Requires separate registration
    20:00 – 20:45 Continue working with the notebooks
    20:45 – 21:00 Live Zoom session

    Day 4, 11 February (Thu)
    16:00 – 17:00 Live Zoom session: summary of Day 3
    17:00 – 20:45 Working with materials
    20:45 – 21:00 Live Zoom session

    Day 5, 12 February (Fri)
    16:00 – 17:00 Live Zoom session: summary of Day 4
    17:00 – 20:45 Working with materials
    20:45 – 21:00 Live Zoom session

    Day 6, 12 February (Sat)
    11:00 – 12:00 Live Zoom session: summary of Day 5
    12:00 – 17:00 Last chance to complete tasks and home works.
    17:00 – 18:00 Live Zoom session: Q&A session, closing remarks

    Workshop flow

    The participants are expected to work individually at least 16 hours to complete the following sections of Bronze: basics of classical systems, basics of quantum systems, basic quantum operators, quantum correlation and quantum protocols, and quantum search algorithm


    The tutorial is a collection of Jupyter notebooks, and each notebook has a recorded lecture. We use python to solve the tasks and Qiskit library to code quantum programs. The participants should know at least one programming language before registering, and they should make themselves familiar with Python before the workshop if they do not know Python. We will share notebooks with installation instructions and review of math basics three days before the workshop starts.

    Workshop Team

    Organizers: Aurél Gábris (FNSPE CTU-Prague), Ivo Petr (FIT CTU-Prague), Daniel Reitzner (Slovak Academy of Sciences)
    Workshop Leads: Aurél Gábris, Daniel Reitzner
    Mentors:  Magdalena Parýzková, İskender Yalçınkaya, Libor Caha
    Contact: qczech [at] qworld.lu.lv or qslovakia [at] qworld.lu.lv

    Code of Conduct

    Our event is dedicated to providing a harassment-free workshop experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of event participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any event venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other online media. Event participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the event.

    We respect the minors (children under age 18) and we must make every effort to protect their rights. All private relationships, private communications (including social media channels), or sexual contacts with minors are prohibited.

    The default communication channel between the organizers and participants is e-mail. Except filing the application form, the contact info of any attendee or participant cannot be requested by any person from organizer side (i.e., mentor, educator, speaker, organizer, sponsor, or volunteer). On the other hand, any person from organizer side may share his or her contact info with a participant who is not a minor, upon request by the participant.

    If you are a minor, and interested in participating in a workshop or interacting with an organizer for scientific or pedagogical purposes then you should read this document before contacting us:

    If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact the organizers immediately. You may also contact directly the members of the Ethics Committee of QWorld.

    See http://qworld.lu.lv/index.php/code-of-ethics-and-conduct/ for more details.

  • QWebinar | Understanding quantum matter using intelligent machines | 18:00 (CET), Wed, Feb 10, 2021

    QWebinar | Understanding quantum matter using intelligent machines | 18:00 (CET), Wed, Feb 10, 2021

    by Eliška Greplová (Delft University of Technology)

    Moderators: Aurél Gábris (QCzech) and Antonín Hoskovec (QCzech)
    Organizers: Abuzer Yakaryılmaz (QWorld) and Agnieszka Wolska (QLatvia)

    Registration from the QWorld website >>

    From Eliška:

    “Quantum systems constitute an excellent platform to study many phenomena that are too complex to be approached otherwise. We expect the study and control of quantum matter to lead to a better understanding of a range of phenomena from complex chemical reactions to advanced nano materials. Both control and design of such quantum systems however come with many challenges due to their incredible complexity. In this talk I explain how artificial intelligence (AI) is helping us with these challenges on two examples: On one hand we can employ AI as a helper for discovery of new phases of matter, on the other it can also take over complex experimental control tasks such that our quantum devices can perform at their best.”

    About Eliška:

    Eliška is an assistant professor at Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. She is also a member of World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Quantum Applications. Eliška works at the boundary of quantum computing, artificial intelligence and condensed matter physics. Eliška obtained her undergraduate degree at CTU Prague in Czech Republic, masters at LMU Munich in Germany, PhD at Aarhus University in Denmark and postdoctoral fellowship at ETH Zürich in Switzerland.

Recent events

  • Q&A session with Scott Aaronson on Quantum Supremacy with Boson Sampling

    17:00 (CET), Tuesday, December 22, 2020

    Moderators: Aurél Gábris (QCzech) and Jibran Rashid (QPakistan)
    Organizers: Abuzer Yakaryılmaz (QWorld) and Agnieszka Wolska (QLatvia)

    Watch on Youtube >>

    About Scott:

    Scott Aaronson is David J. Bruton Centennial Professor of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin. He received his bachelor’s from Cornell University and his PhD from UC Berkeley. Before coming to UT Austin, he spent nine years as a professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. Aaronson’s research in theoretical computer science has focused mainly on the capabilities and limits of quantum computers. His first book, Quantum Computing Since Democritus, was published in 2013 by Cambridge University Press. He received the National Science Foundation’s Alan T. Waterman Award, the United States PECASE Award, and the Tomassoni-Chisesi Prize in Physics.

  • Global Quantum Programming Workshop | QBronze | November 23-28, 2020
    QBronze Global

  • QDrive@Brno 2 | June 17-19, 2019

    Workshop on Introduction to Quantum Programming

    FI MUNI Brno

    QHost: Dr. Jan Bouda
    Workshop leader: Dr. Abuzer Yakaryilmaz
    QMentors: Dr. Daniel Reitzner (Brno), Libor Caha (Bratislava), and Aleksejs Naumovs (Riga)

    Full info and photo gallery >>

  • QDrive@Brno 1 | May 29-31, 2019

    Workshop on Introduction to Quantum Programming

    FIT BUT, Brno

    QHost: Dr. Vítězslav Beran
    Workshop leader: Dr. Abuzer Yakaryilmaz
    QMentors: Dr. Michal Bidlo (Brno), Murali Karthick Baskar (Brno), Dr. Michal Sedlák (Bratislava), and Maksims Dimitrijevs (Riga)

    Full info and photo gallery >>