Training

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Scientific training events in QuSCo

Young researchs in QuSCO receive bespoke crossdisciplinary training in aspects of theory and practice of optimal quantum control

First QuSCO school:
A deep dive into theoretical and practical tools

Student–organized workshop:
Young researchers organize a workshop with internal speakers and guests on their own

Second QuSCO school:
Deepening your understanding of optimal control in an industrial setting

International conference:
Show off what has been achieved to the community

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Training in development

Young researchs in QuSCO learn much more than core science skills on their way of becoming research leaders of the future Continuous training

Idea factory:
Develop an idea into a grant proposal or a business plan

Outreach:
Develop your portfolio for public engagement and communication

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Continuous training

Training happens beyond our events

Supervision and experience through an experienced academic and industrial advisors

Secondments:
Spend structured time to learn from multiple places in the network

QuSCo on air:
Electronic seminars
The ESR in charge for the workshop is Marwa Garsi (TTI – SQUTEC)

QuSCo reference library:
Consisting of material from PhD theses, proceedings and review papers, carefully selected to be useful for a newcomer to get started on quantum control, with the aim of bridging the gap between basic training offered in lectures at universities and highly specialized articles and thus serve as a reference apparatus for future researchers in the field.
The ESR in charge of the maintenance of the library are:
Federico Roy (USAAR/IBM) – technical aspects
Eugenio Pozzoli (INRIA) – Mathematics
Fernando Gago Encinas (UNIKASSEL) – Numerics
Andrea Muni (CNRS) – Atomic Physics
Alastair Marshall (NVIS) – NV Centers
Max Werninghaus (IBM) –

Journal Club:
A student organised and driven weekly meeting, where the students present relevant articles they came across
ESR responsible: Phila Rembold (UULM/FZJ/UNIPD)