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  • ESONN is a three-week course aimed at providing training for graduate students, postdoctoral and junior scientists from universities and laboratories, all around the world, in the field of Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies.
  • As part of the QuEnG Seminar - Computer Science, we are pleased to invite you to a presentation by Ashutosh Goswami, a PhD student from the GreQuE Junior Board, on quantum polar codes.
  • Le prochain exposé d’animation scientifique à l’interface physique-mathématiques sera dispensé par Yves Colin de Verdière et portera sur les ondes internes ou inertielles en présence de forçage périodique.
  • 3rd Quantum Engineering Day
    on the June 6, 2019
    Quantum Engineering Grenoble has the ambition to foster an ecosystem for quantum technologies that will connect various areas of knowledge and human activity, from quantum physics to computer sciences and humanities, from blue sky research to innovation and industry. Our goal is to build on the most counter-intuitive aspects of quantum physics to create existence and develop new technologies. Our third Quantum Engineering Day will provide an overview on our targeted goals and recent achievements at the quantum physics/philosophy, quantum physics/computer science and academy/industry interface.
  • The first edition of the Global Challenges Science Week 2019 will take place from June 3rd to 6th, 2019 in the World Trade Center of Grenoble.
  • The members of the QuEnG and GreQue junior boards will meet to report their progress in the roles they have taken up in the boards.
  • As part of the QuEnG Seminar - Computer Science, we are pleased to welcome Stefano Gogioso , from the University of Oxford who is interested in categorical quantum mechanics with an interest in description of quantum dynamics and also categorifying quantum field theory.
  • As part of the QuEnG Seminar - Computer Science, we are pleased to welcome Carlos Mari Scandalo, from the University of Calgary who is researching operational thermodynamics in the framework of general probabilistic theories.
  • As part of the QuEnG Seminar - Computer Science, we are pleased to welcome Gilles Zémor, from the Institut de Mathématiques de Bordeaux who is researching information theory, notably error-correcting codes, both classical and quantum, along with the applications of coding to cryptography.
  • As part of the next QuEnG Seminar - Foundations, we are pleased to welcome José Luis Jaramillo from the Institut de Mathématiques de Bourgogne, Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté.