Community event for PhD students and postdocs

​ML4Q is glad to announce the upcoming networking event for the quantum science community in Germany. Take the opportunity to get an overview of the broad scope of quantum research in Germany. Interact with PhD students and postdocs from other quantum research...

First blog article now online!

How do you start a blog? By writing on how hard it is to start a blog! We are glad that Christian Dickel (Ando lab) encouraged some of our scientists to be part of this communication effort. He wrote the first blog article sharing some thoughts on writing in science,...

Science, writing, science writing and PhD theses

We are trying to start a blog for this ML4Q Cluster and many people I tried to convince to write something asked me why I want to do this. Aren’t we all already overworked with our day job? Why should we blog about it on top of that? Or why not make podcasts or videos...

Mister Quantum Manifesto and the two body problem

Kilian Kirchgaßner writes about Tommaso Calarco in this enjoyable read portraying him as one of the most influential scientists in the field of quantum physics who likes to have his guitar within reach and who almost ended up as a primary school teacher. Tommaso...

Tatjana Wilk in an interview with Science Business on Germany’s Covid-19 recovery fund

​ML4Q as part of the Quantum Alliance reacted to the government’s COVID-19 recovery fund which dedicates 2 billion euros for research on quantum technologies with a press release which stressed the crucial role of the German universities in educating and training...