In the decade to come, advances in quantum computing and information science will revolutionise many fields of research and industrial applications, solving highly complex problems with unprecedented speed.
The QxBranch Quantum Computing Hackathon starts with an ‘Introduction to Quantum Computing’ which is suitable for a wide range of participants including senior management in industry, academia and government; followed by a friendly competition suitable for students, researchers and professionals in disciplines including the computer sciences, mathematics, and physics.
Coaching from experienced quantum systems engineers will be available for the duration of the competition.
Suitable for anyone with undergraduate-level coding and mathematics skills interested in gaining practical experience with quantum computing applications
Date: Friday 22 September 2017
Time: 8:30am – 5:00pm (networking from 5:00pm)
Venue: Room EM205, Engineering and Maths Building, University of Adelaide (North Terrace Campus)
Register by emailing email@example.com by Wednesday 13 September, 2017