As a joint initiative led by British Columbia's top research universities (University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Victoria), Quantum BC aims to cultivate and foster collaborative efforts in quantum computing, revolving predominantly across research, training, and innovation. Quantum BC puts heavy emphasis on student representation and engagement, one way they're achieving this is through the NSERC Create Quantum Computing Program. This program is designed to help new and prospective graduates acquire the technical expertise and commercial skills they'll need to work in quantum computing hardware and software.
NSERC Create Quantum Computing Program
NSERC Create Quantum Computing Program is the perfect “add-on” program for current or prospective graduate students of UBC, SFU, and UVic who are interested in Quantum. The program allows students to acquire highly specialized technical expertise and commercial skills in quantum computing hardware and software. Through a combination of hands-on workshops, research projects, industrial internships, and professional development workshops, this program ensures job readiness among graduates pursuing careers in the emerging quantum computing technologies sector.
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Meet the quantum computing research community that makes up Quantum BC.
Quantum Alberta is a network of partnerships between Academia (Universities of Alberta, University of Lethbridge, and the University of Calgary) and Industry (Innovate Alberta) created to advance and commercialize Alberta-based quantum research in Canada and globally. Empowering research, commercializing technology, and educating future generations are a few ways the network aims to elevate quantum science and technology in Alberta.
Meet the current members that make up Quantum Alberta.
Québec Quantique is a community that seeks to organize and coordinate deliberate action among local players involved in quantum science around innovative and structuring projects for Québec, ultimately positioning the province as one of the industry leaders on the national and international scene. Financially backed by The ministère de l’Économie et de l’Innovation and The ministère des Relations internationales et de la Francophonie, Québec Quantique brings together L'Institut quantique de l'Université de Sherbrooke and all Quebec universities working in the field of quantum sciences and technologies, as well as a plethora of Industry partners.
Meet the quantum computing research community that make up the Quebec Quantique Ecosystem.
OneQuantum is a supportive and authentic community platform for anyone active or interested in Quantum Tech global, no matter their background, skills, origin, gender, race, or goal, with 22 local chapters. Their mission is to equip our members and the wider community with strong local networks and access to the global community by offering events, summits, online communities, mentoring, career services, and actual quantum tech projects. By doing so, they hope to democratize the use of QIS applications beyond the ivory tower.