The work and groundbreaking research we undertake at EQuS is so exciting that we want to share it with the world.
Seminars, Workshops and Public Talks
EQuS is committed to ensuring that the research and work that is undertaken is shared with the wider community through a range of activities that make our research accessible. Our researchers often give seminars and public lectures at our five nodes and elsewhere to advance the public’s awareness of science and the scientific process. Check out our Public Events to find an upcoming event near you.
Wherever possible, these presentations are recorded on video and added to our YouTube channel.
We also contribute to university Open Days and community events at our node institutions.
If you are interested in having one our scientists speak at an upcoming public event, please get in contact with Lynelle Ross, Communication and Outreach Manager.
We have plenty of online ways that you can learn more about EQuS. If you have a questions about Quantum Science, ask us on twitter or facebook and we'll be sure to let you know what we think.
meQuanics is developed for fun, which doesn't mean that the gameplay of meQuanics is based on fantasy. It is based firmly on the scientific principals governing quantum computation. This preliminary version illustrates how we can convert a complicated problem like quantum computation into a game. meQuanics will be further developed into a real game to help us program quantum computers.
Each puzzle in meQuanics represents a real quantum algorithm, which needs to be optimized for a quantum computer to be realized with real quantum devices. A fewer number of devices and a shorter run time increase our chance to build a real quantum computer. Reducing the resources necessary for a quantum computer is one of the most urgent and important problems to make this technology a reality (Please see "Scientific background").
meQuanics aims to tackle this problem by inviting everyone to participate. The trial version release intends to share our view and research from the beginning with as many people as possible. We welcome your participation in every way.
To realize our goal, meQuanics will be further developed as a fully integrated crowd sourced game for iOS, Android, Windows, MacOS and Linux platforms. Users will compete against each other as well as against the quantum computing research community to optimize the performance of real quantum computing systems.