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First Science School of Quantum Communications

First Science School of Quantum Communications

From February 18 to February 24, in the "Sirius" Educational Center (Sochi), a scientific and educational school on quantum communications organized by the Educational Foundation "Talent and Success" and the Russian Quantum Center (RQC) with the participation of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich), National University of Science and Technology "MISiS", and Quantum Communications Center of NTI took place

The research and education school on quantum communications gathered in the "Sirius" graduates of the Educational Center, talented pupils, recipients of grants of the President of the Russian Federation, students of physical and engineering faculties, future specialists in quantum communications and quantum blockchain. In total, 77 young scientists and researchers from Tomsk, St. Petersburg, Kazan, Krasnoyarsk and Zurich took part in the project.

Leading scientists from Russia and the world, employees of program owners as well as professors and experts from the University ITMO, Institut d'Optique Graduate School in Paris, Oxford University, Forschungszentrum Jülich, and Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS introduced participants to promising areas of quantum communications development and real industry demands, as well as shared work experience and research.

The school opened with a lecture by the CEO of the Russian Quantum Center (RQC) Ruslan Yunusov “New Drivers for Technologies”. The program was completed by the lecture “Second Quantum Revolution” from a professor at the Forschungszentrum Jülich, the author and head of the European Quantum Flagship program Tommaso Calarco.

The school's program included five topical units: physics and engineering (modern technologies and advanced scientific achievements), quantum communications (new communication, data storage and processing security systems, its applied aspects and development), a quantum blockchain (data storage and verification technologies protected by quantum encryption) and quantum optics (the study of phenomena in which the quantum properties of light manifest themselves: thermal radiation, photoelectric effect, Compton effect, Raman effect, photochemical processes, induced emission and others).

Based on the results of training, the best students will receive invitations to Moscow to the International Conference on Quantum Technologies ICQT-2019 from 15 to 19 July, and also receive an opportunity for an internship at the Russian Quantum Center and QRate (quantum communications).