DTU and KU launch master’s programme in Quantum Information Science

The field of Quantum Information Science and Quantum Technology is developing rapidly. It is predicted that graduates with expertise in quantum science and technology will be in high demand in the near future.

Consequently, DIKU, NBI, DTU Compute, and DTU Physics launches a new Quantum Information Science Education.

The graduates will acquire competencies within quantum information theory, quantum technology, quantum algorithms, and quantum simulations. The first students will start in September 2023.

You can read more about the new education on KU’s website here.

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