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During Gala Nauki Polskiej, in the category “significant achievements in teaching activities”, the team award was given to Prof. Karol Bartkiewicz and Dr. Andrzej Wójtowicz (Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science) for the inter-faculty course Quantum Information Science. You can find more info here. Congratulations!
Interview with prof. Andrzej Grudka – the future of quantum information science and the development of quantum cryptography
Do you know what the future of quantum computing is? Are you wondering about the development of quantum cryptography in the context of data security?You will find answers to these questions in an interview with prof. Dr. hab. Andrzej Grudka. We cordially invite you to watch the interview.
The Symposium will be held on January 11-13, 2024, in Będlewo Palace Research and Conference Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The aim of the Symposium is to provide an international platform for the presentation of novel scientific ideas at the intersection of the fields of broadly understood quantum information and condensed matter physics. […]
2Dtronics is organising the workshop “2D Quantum Materials for Spintronics: 2DQMS 2024” at the Faculty of Physics, AMU on the 29th-31st of January 2024. 2DQMS 2024 is the final event of the 2Dtronics Consortium and focuses on various aspects of 2D Spintronics, such as spin effects in transport phenomena, topological properties of matter, van-der-Waals materials, 2D […]
A new perspective on quantum sensing utilizing non-hermitian systems is presented in the paper “Multiparameter Estimation Perspective on Non-Hermitian Singularity-Enhanced Sensing” written in collaboration between Dr. Javid Naikoo and Dr. Jan Kołodyński from the Center of New Technologies, Warsaw University, and prof. UAM Ravindra Chhajlany.
The competition for the best master’s thesis at the Faculty of Physics has been resolved. In the Astronomy and Physics category, the winner was Izabella Wojciechowska and thesis was entilted “Hall effects in van-der-Waals heterostructures based on graphene”. Congratulations!