Quantum Technology Fundamental Course in Central China Normal University, Wu Han, China
Recently, the experimental course "Fundamentals of Quantum Information Technology", which is based on CIQTEK Diamond Quantum Computer for Education, was officially opened in the College of Physical Science and Technology of Central China Normal University in Wu Han, China.
Students Using CIQTEK Diamond Quantum Computer for Education
in the Fundamentals of Quantum Information Technology Course
At this stage, the rapid development of quantum technology is not compatible with the serious lack of quantum technology practitioners, engineering, and technical personnel who do not have a deep enough understanding of quantum technology, they lack practical skills. These have seriously limited the development and application of quantum technology.
The lack of talent comes from the lack of education, but also from the lagging of education methods and tools. Although many universities are currently offering courses related to quantum mechanics, most of the existing courses and textbooks focus on physical principles and verification experiments of basic schemes from the thinking mode and system structure.
The School of Physical Science and Technology of Central China Normal University
The School of Physical Science and Technology of Central China Normal University is a national base for research and teaching talents in basic science (physics). The college focuses on strengthening curriculum construction and teaching reform, and vigorously promotes the innovation of talent training mode.
Central China Normal University has always attached great importance to the physics experiment teaching for undergraduates, encouraging teachers to expand the experiment content and develop new experimental projects. Professor Wu Qinglin, the deputy director of the Physics Experiment Center, actively contacted CIQTEK after learning about the Diamond Quantum Computer for Education. CIQTEK also actively cooperated with the School of Physical Science and Technology of Central China Normal University based on its professional skills and experience to do the work related to the course offering and provided customized services based on its development of special course positioning.
Training & Course
The School of Physical Science and Technology of Central China Normal University has named the experimental course based on the CIQTEK Diamond Quantum Computer for Education the "Fundamentals of Quantum Information Technology" course. The course is open to physics majors in the first semester of the fourth academic year and is offered in the University Physics Experimental Center. The course is designed for 16 credit hours.
CIQTEK Diamond Quantum Computer for Education can help and promote the work related to the opening and optimization of university physics laboratory courses, modern physics laboratory courses, and quantum information science professional courses in universities and research institutions, facilitating teachers to demonstrate teaching, stimulating students' interest and imagination, and improving the level and quality of the subject.
Based on Diamond Quantum Computer for Education, CIQTEK can provide customized services including laboratory construction, teaching handouts, teaching videos, teaching courseware, demonstration class training, and other overall supporting solutions related to quantum computing teaching, so that schools and teachers can open related experimental courses more easily.
CIQTEK Diamond Quantum Computer for Education
The Diamond Quantum Computer for Education is a teaching instrument based on the principle of NV-center and spin magnetic resonance in diamond, which can quantum manipulate and read out the spins of NV-center by controlling physical quantities such as laser, microwave, and magnetic field, so as to achieve quantum computing function.
Based on this instrument, CIQTEK can provide overall solutions for quantum computing teaching including laboratory construction, teaching handouts, teaching videos, teaching courseware, demonstration course training, etc., which can easily conduct quantum mechanics and quantum computing experimental teaching in both classrooms and laboratories.