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Community event for PhD students and postdocs

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!

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,...

Mister Quantum Manifesto and the two body problem

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...

Yoichi Ando @ 1st PSI Condensed Matter Summer Camp 2020

Yoichi Ando @ 1st PSI Condensed Matter Summer Camp 2020

​Yoichi Ando will be speaking at the 1st PSI Condensed Matter Summer Camp 2020. The online workshop will focus on topological aspects in condensed matter. It will cover keynote lectures on topology, frustrated magnetism, topological band structures, 2D materials,...

Annual report 2019 now online

Annual report 2019 now online

ML4Q set off in 2019 for a long collaborative journey. The cluster is currently involving over 150 members and associated members in our research programs and this number is constantly growing. Have a glimpse of how ML4Q makes use of the resources made available to...

Betelgeuse and his small little brother

Betelgeuse and his small little brother

​Wonderful lines by Barbara Terhal about the tiny virus that holds the world in its firm grip. Barbara's poem is published on the QuTech blog, Bits of Quantum, and discusses wonderfully how the biggest and smallest mysteries in our cosmos might be related and how we...

Not a chalk fanatic anymore

Not a chalk fanatic anymore

Lessons learned by ML4Q principal investigator Alex Altland on how not only teaching methods but his own view of teaching changed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more on page 17 in the new issue of the Kölner Universitätsmagazin [article in German]. Also featured...

ML4Q @ Research in Germany Virtual Career Fair

ML4Q @ Research in Germany Virtual Career Fair

ML4Q is participating as part of the Quantum Alliance at the virtual career fair for junior researchers organized by Research in Germany on 7 July 2020. Meet representatives from the Quantum Alliance, which unites Clusters of Excellence and research centers active in...

2 billions for quantum technologies

2 billions for quantum technologies

​ML4Q as part of the Quantum Alliance salutes the government’s economic stimulus package which dedicates 2 billion euros for research on quantum technologies. The Alliance stresses the crucial role of the German universities in educating and training future quantum...