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** Media alert** Quantum computing camp in Dubbo

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Ritika Bazzad, a PhD student at UTS [Photo: Sydney Quantum Academy]

A THREE-DAY QUANTUM BOOTCAMP will bring together 51 high school students with scientists and engineers from the frontiers of quantum research. 

The Quantum Tech Camp will involve live online lessons as well as demonstrations of quantum computing in action. 

Twenty-one students will attend in person at the Central West Leadership Academy in Dubbo, where classes are based, and another 30 will join them online from other locations around NSW.

WHEN: Tuesday 21 May (from 9am) to Thursday 23 May (until 4pm).

WHERE: Central West Leadership Academy, Corner of Fitzroy & Bultje Streets, Dubbo NSW 2830

MEDIA AVAILABILITY: To arrange interviews with students or scientists, photos or for more information, please contact:


Key Facts:

• Quantum Tech Camp in Dubbo for 51 high school students

• 3-day camp starts on Tuesday 21 May

• Scientists and engineers from the frontiers of quantum research involved

• Plus experiments and demos of quantum computing


Contact details:

To arrange interviews, photos or for more information, please contact:

 

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