The Graduate School has developed a hands-on course based on four lab sessions at Linköping, Lund, KTH and Chalmers, where the students also get an overview of the local research in Quantum Technology. This was given for the first time in autumn 2019 and will be given bi-annually. This facilitates developing a common language among the students, multi-disciplinary skills, and a strong sense of belonging to the community of Swedish quantum technology researchers and engineers.
Additionally, the faculty funded by the program will develop several specialised courses that are elective for all students of the Graduate School, the first one being a course on Advanced Quantum Algorithms developed by Giulia Ferrini and Anton Frisk Kockum at Chalmers, given for the first time in winter 2019. The lectures were recorded and are available at the course homepage. The research school also supports local existing courses within quantum technology, to ensure their quality.
Opportunities for students to present their work, interact with international experts from academia and industry, and form a professional network include:
- support for internships of at least three months at a research facility different than the home institution
- a biennial international summer school, in collaboration with the Guest researcher program
- a biennial winter conference, with industry and government participation
In the same vein, the postdocs recruited to WACQT have the opportunity to follow the relevant graduate school courses and are encouraged to participate in the summer schools and winter conferences.
To learn more about the Swedish Graduate School in Quantum Technologies, please contact Professor Peter Samuelsson, director of studies.
Links to undergraduate education in quantum technology
- Physics master's programme with profile in Quantum Technology, Chalmers
- Nanotechnologymaster's programme with profile in Quantum Engineering, Chalmers
- Engineering Physics master’s programme with Quantum Technology track, KTH
- Physics master’s programme with Quantum Matter track, Stockholm University