Vatshal with his silver prize student presentation. Natalia with her gold prize poster.
At this year’s Q-Turn some 600+ researchers met online to share their works in quantum science, highlighting top-quality experimental and theoretical work on quantum information technology and foundations. Holding together this meeting is Q-turn’s awareness program, promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, intersectionality, responsible research, workers’ rights, as well as physical and mental health in quantum science and technology. Making Q-turn a vital and amazingly fullfing meeting for the sciences and everybody involved.
To top the incredible week off, BBQLab students Natalia and Vatshal won two prizes(!), the gold poster prize, and silver student presentation prize, respectively.
Congratulations to both of you, and thankyou Q-Turn2020 for an amazing week!