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INSPEM CSM MyQUANTUM Waves Initiative (2021 – 2025)

SERDANG - EQUALS2020 jointly organized by the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) - Physics Without Frontiers and the Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Universiti Putra Malaysia was successfully held on 2 - 6 November 2020 via online (zoom).

7 speakers from abroad were invited to share knowledge in this program series as follows:

  1. Areeya Chantasri, Griffith University, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA
  2. Aitor Villar Zafra, SpeQtral, SINGAPORE
  3. Andrew Childs, University of Maryland, USA
  4. Loh Huanqian, CQT, NUS SINGAPORE
  5. Kwek Leong Chuan, Center for Quantum Technologies, SINGAPORE
  6. Nathan Langford, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
  7. Farhan Saif, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, PAKISTAN

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Wave #1: National scientific governance and management in quantum technological era.


Strategy 1:
 Strengthen national scientific ecosystem for quantum technological era

  • Enhance collaboration with strategic government agencies.
  • To establish up to date laboratory for effective coordination
  • To establish structured organization for information sharing and media management.
     

Strategy 2: Boosting national readiness for quantum technological era

  • To comply to international standards and best practices
  • To be able to measure national quantum readiness

 

Wave #2: Quantum science & technology as national innovations enabler with opportunities for quantum economy


Strategy 1:
  Stimulate multi-disciplinary research & development activities in areas of theoretical areas of mathematics, theoretical computer science, physics and engineering with focus on quantum science & technology. With focus on:

  • Quantum theory
  • Quantum technology
  • Quantum cryptography
  • Post Quantum cryptography

Strategy 2: Promote research & development collaboration between established industries, academia and government agencies.

  • Enhance international collaboration with major players in quantum science & technology.
  • Identify potential local industry
  • Conduct regular technology sessions between local and established global/regional industries

Wave #3: Quantum technology awareness & literacy for future-looking visions


Strategy 1:
  Conducting quantum literacy outreach programs among decision-makers, academia and younger generations.

  • Awareness program among stake holders.
  • Developing professional training programs
  • Providing relevant inputs in education syllabus

Strategy 2:  Ensure sustainability of programs in quantum science & technology.

  • Regular briefing sessions with stake holders
  • Fusing current relevant national policies with quantum contents

 

Date of Input: 13/11/2020 | Updated: 27/11/2020 | noorizzati

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