Contributions from Pilot Projects in Quantum Technology Education as Support Action to Quantum Flagship

Sergej Faletic, Philipp Bitzenbauer, Maria Bondani, Marilu Chiofalo, Simon Goorney, Kim Krijtenburg-Lewerissa, Oxana Mishina, Rainer Müller, Gesche Pospiech, Ilke Ercan, Massimiliano Malgieri, Avraham Merzel, Marisa Michelini, Pasquale Onorato, Henk Pol, Lorenzo Santi, Zeki Can Seskir, Jacob Sherson, Kirsten Stadermann, Alberto StefanelElif Surer, Kristof Toth, Jorge Yago Malo, Olgas Zabello

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Abstract

The GIREP community on teaching and learning quantum physics and the Education section of the Quantum flagship project of the European Union (QTEdu) have brought together different stakeholders in the field of teaching quantum physics on all levels, including outreach. The goal of QTEdu is to pave the way for the training of the future quantum workforce. To this end, it is necessary to understand the needs of the quantum technology (QT) field, make the general public aware of the existence and importance of QT, and introduce quantum physics already in high school, so that high school students can choose QT as their field of study and career. Finally, new university courses need to be established to support emerging specific profiles such as a quantum engineer. In this symposium, four QTEdu pilot projects were brought together to demonstrate how their complementary approaches have worked towards realising the above goals.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherArXiv.org
Number of pages14
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 13 Mar 2023

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