Below you can find a list of online educational resources to help enhance your quantum knowledge.
Global Quantum Education initiatives
Our online courses
Full-Stack Quantum Computation
Community-driven, open source education resources.
Quantum Computing Education – Workforce Development
Quantum professionals from different walks of quantum education, research, and industry are being brought together to help define the future of Europe’s quantum workforce as the second quantum revolution unfolds.
Interactive animation of electromagnetic waves.
The EdQuantum Project
Hybrid curriculum for upskilling photonics technicians.
Interactive physics simulations.
A collection of interactive animations and visualizations for teaching quantum mechanics.
Quantum mechanics teaching resources from the Institute of Physics.
Home-based resources to support remote teaching of Quantum and Nuclear Physics.
Open Source and Open Access Resources for Quantum Physics Education.
Describing the behaviour of photons and the interactions with and between subatomic particles, using the photon model to explain observable phenomena.
University of St Andrews
The quantum mechanics visualisation project featuring flash simulations.
Quantum made simple.
The Quantum Magnetism Analysis Model was created to help students as well as researchers who are studying magnetism. It provides a very simple interface for defining (theoretical) quantum spin models; sliders are automatically created to vary the parameters in the models; and several plots are automatically created to visualize the results.
The third edition to Physlet Quantum Physics represents a major technological advancement in how the 200 Physlet-based interactive materials are delivered to teachers and students alike.
Investigate how atoms can be excited to give off radiation (photons) with models of electron energy diagrams. Explore the effects of energy levels in atoms through interactive computer models. Learn about the different electron orbitals of an atom, and explore three-dimensional models of the atoms. Learn about photons and why they are emitted, and gain an understanding of the link between energy levels and photons as you discover how an atom’s electron configuration affects which wavelengths of light it will admit or absorb.
An explanation of basic quantum mechanics.
SPINS is an interactive computer program that simulates Stern-Gerlach measurements on spin-1/2 and spin-1 particles.
University of Colorado Boulder
Interactive quantum simulations.
This textbook is a university quantum algorithms/computation course supplement based on Qiskit to help learn: the mathematics behind quantum algorithms, The details about today’s non-fault-tolerant quantum devices and writing code in Qiskit to implement quantum algorithms on IBM’s cloud quantum systems.
Physics educational online resources.
University of Oxford
A selection of resources to learn more about what quantum materials are, how we do research into them and what quantum materials might mean for you.
A curated selection of the best free learning resources on quantum computing for all skill levels.
A list of quantum physics texts.
List of Free Online Quantum Physics Courses and Learning Materials.
This article describes open source and access resources for quantum physics education, examples of dynamic quantum simulations, and demonstrates how students can use these tools to explore previously inaccessible topics.
Quantum Machine Learning: What Quantum Computing Means to Data Mining.
Caltech Lecture Notes
Course Information for Physics, Computer Science, Quantum Computation.
Open access community for quantum software.
Explore and understand the vastness of quantum computation in a fun and visual experience.
Quantum Algorithm Zoo
This is a comprehensive catalog of quantum algorithms.
CERN Quantum Computing Lectures
Elias Fernandez-Combarro Alvarez, an associate professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Oviedo in Spain and associate at CERN, hosted a 7 part series of lectures on an introduction to quantum computing. The lecture recordings are available to watch anytime.
Quantum Mechanics For Everyone MOOC
Learn the fundamental notions of quantum mechanics at a level that is accessible to everyone.
Your Quantum Lab
Quantum “LEGO Bricks”. An in-browser simulation and visualisation of quantum mechanics.
Albert: Quantum Matter on the Cloud
Albert, the cloud system that lets users explore fundamental quantum phenomena such as tunneling and superposition by generating, manipulating, and experimenting with ultracold matter.
A collection of 3D puzzles that represents real quantum algorithms. The player needs to optimize the resources to build an effective quantum computer.
A chess game with new quantum rules, including superposition, entanglement, and interference effects. One of the goals of this game is to make some counter-intuitive quantum move into intuitive ones.
Science at Home
An extensive collection of educational and research oriented quantum games where the players con tribute and support quantum research.
Quantum Game with Photons 2
A drag-and-drop game to explore quantum mechanics that challenges the player to reproduce classical quantum experiments such as building its own interferometer.
The history of games for quantum computers
A blog by a Qiskit team member. Several types of games are described in the blog which are being created since 2017.
The list is essentially about educational based games that nailed entertainment (with a focus on scientific phenomenon).
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