Join Danish Quantum Community in celebrating World Quantum Day 2023 on April 14th
The World Quantum Day is an initiative from quantum scientists from more than 65 countries. Taking place on April 14 this year, the purpose of the event is to promote public understanding of Quantum Science and Quantum Technology around the world.
This year marks the second ever celebration of World Quantum Day – and this year, the organizers hope to expand the reach of the event even further. World Quantum Day celebrates all domains of quantum science, including atomic and molecular physics, high-energy physics, condensed-matter physics, astrophysics, cosmology, quantum gravity, quantum plasmas, quantum optics, quantum information science, quantum computer science, quantum metrology, quantum engineering, quantum chemistry, quantum thermodynamics, quantum foundations, etc., as well as their history, their mathematical foundations, their technological applications, and their philosophical and societal implications – anything related to quantum science is part of the scope.
A worldwide initiative launched in 2022
It is a decentralized and bottom-up initiative, inviting all scientists, engineers, educators, communicators, entrepreneurs, technologists, historians, philosophers, artists, museologists, producers, etc., and their organisations, to develop their own activities, such as outreach talks, exhibitions, lab tours, panel discussions, interviews, artistic creations, etc., to celebrate the World Quantum Day internationally.
The World Quantum Day was officially launched in 2022 with 200+ events spanning 5 continents, 44+ countries, 193+ cities and being hosted in 17+ different languages. In this sense, World Quantum Day is truly a worldwide event, enabling individuals all over the world to gain further insight into the world of quantum.
Do you want to be part of World Quantum Day 2023?
You can find more information about World Quantum Day at their website: https://worldquantumday.org/
Everyone can submit events to be part of World Quantum Day. If you want your quantum event to be part of the international celebration, you can submit the event here