ML4Q will help train the next generation of scientists and engineers in quantum technology. The cluster-wide ML4Q Research School will build on the successful existing inter-site structure, the Bonn-Cologne Graduate School of Physics and Astronomy (BCGS), and connect closely to the Research Training Group on ‘Quantum many-body methods in condensed matter systems’ (RTG 1995) in Aachen.
More information coming soon.
Opportunities for Master students
The three participating universities offer a wide variety of courses allowing students of their MSc Physics programs to specialize in quantum science and technology. A new course on Platforms for Quantum Technology, taught jointly by lecturers from Aachen, Bonn, Cologne, and Jülich will cover the broad range of research within ML4Q. It will take place for the first time at the University of Cologne in block format (comprising both lectures and exercises) from March 16-27 (a written exam will be held in the week before the semester starts).
Information on the sites’ Master programs, in particular on the new areas of specialization, can be found on the respective websites of the partners:
- Master track on Quantum Technology at RWTH Aachen (poster)
- Master program including specialized lectures on quantum technologies at the University of Bonn
- Master specialization on Quantum Information Science and Technology at the University of Cologne
- Bonn-Cologne Graduate School of Physics and Astronomy (BCGS)
Note: The BCGS is currently accepting online applications for the MSc fellowship program. For the first time, fellowships at RWTH Aachen are also available. For details (including a link to the online application portal), please visit the BCGS website.