At the latest 2019 Qiskit Camp Africa (11-14 December 2019) UKZN team (Anesan Reddy, Ian Joel David, Lehlohonolo Mongalo, Richman Sheshane, Ilya Sinayskiy) won the first place. The winning project was called “COBRA: commutator algebra for efficient excited-state calculation.” Another member of quantum@UKZN (Solomon Uriri) helped his team to win second place with “An
Photos from data@breakfast 6 December 2019 can be seen here.
Photos from NITheP Seminar by Dr Vitalii Semin 8th November 2019 can be seen here.
Dr. Yaseera Ismail was interviewed by Forbes Magazine in which she speaks about how Quantum Computing will revolutionise new industries and technologies. You can find the link here.
The Center for Quantum Technology and the UKZN Computer Science department held a quantum computing workshop, hosted by Mr. Ian. J. David, Prof. F. Petruccione and and Mr. A. Pillay. You can find the link to the article here.
Photos from data@breakfast 27 September 2019 can be seen here.
Congratulations to Dr. M. Mwalaba! You can find the link to his article here.
A study of the Markovian and Non-Markovian dynamics in a simple mesoscopic system earned Zambian national Dr Michael Mwalaba a PhD in Physics. You can find the UKZN Indaba link here.
Graeme Pleasance and Anesan Reddy won prizes for the best theory talk and the best MSc level poster presentation at Quantum Africa 5 conference. Congratulations!