Discover the Quantum World :
Richard Feynman put it in memorable words: “Nature isn’t classical, dammit, and if you want to make a simulation of nature, you’d better make it quantum mechanical, and by golly it’s a wonderful problem, because it doesn’t look so easy.” But much progress has been made since 1981, when Feynman delivered his seminal lecture ‘Simulating Physics with Computers’. And today there is a global race towards Quantum dominance, Quantum Supremacy having been demonstrated by Google, a few years ago. https://semiengineering.com/the-race-toward-quantum-advantage/#:~:text=“They%20are%20taking%20the%20race,a%20quantum%20advantage%20by%202030.
India’s past contribution to Quantum is well known and acknowledged. Half the quantum particles are called Bosons, named after Satyen Bose. And CV Raman was awarded the Physics Nobel Prize in 1930 for his discovery of the Quantum phenomenon named the Raman Effect. Link to documentary on the Quantum Indians YouTube : https://lnkd.in/dC_fwt7h
Not willing to rest on her past laurels, here is a video about the recent National Quantum Mission: https://lnkd.in/djWammfU
There are the 4 thematic hubs (T-Hubs) to be set up in top academic and National R&D institutes on the domains of Quantum Technology: Quantum Computation, Quantum Communication, Quantum Sensing & Metrology and Quantum Materials & Devices.
We need a QuantumReady workforce to benefit from this opportunity. Initiate your journey to the Quantum World, through the very popular messaging app Whatsapp. And for this I have created 4 weekend programs so that over a month every person who is curious about Quantum can be stimulated to begin the journey to become a member of the community of aspiring Quantum Professionals, and in due course become member of a Quantum ready global workforce.
These weekend courses are designed to be of appeal to motivated and aspiring learners who are at the Secondary stage (classes 9 to 12) of their School years, as formulated in the NEP 2020 ( https://lnkd.in/dF_ramWQ ) and NCF 2023 ( https://lnkd.in/dJswYq56).
Opportunities will open up for the ‘ Quantum Ready’ not only in India ( Bharat) but also in many other progressive parts of the world. Major global economies are undertaking huge initiatives to promote and accelerate quantum technology research and development.
Here are the links to know some more details about the above 4 weekend programs:
QLW1: Why learn Quantum ? https://mmpant.com/why-learn-quantum/
QLW2: Quantum Computing and Communication : https://mmpant.com/quantum-computing/
QLW3: Quantum Sensors, Quantum materials and Quantum Devices: https://mmpant.com/qlw3quantum-sensors-and-quantum-devices/
QLW4: Quantum Biology: https://mmpant.com/qlw4-quantum-biology/
Further information will be provided to those who express interest by sending a WhatsApp message to Prof MM Pant at +919810073724