EPB Future Ready Institute of Technology and Networking at Tyner Academy, Chattanooga State Community College, and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) has introduced the launch of Quantum Learning Activities as a part of Gig City Goes Quantum, a coordinated effort to engage the community in more than 1,000 Quantum Learning Activities by May 31.
Starting on April 14, the partners of Gig City Goes Quantum will be hosting various Quantum Learning Activities to promote quantum education in the region. To kick off the initiative, the EPB Future Ready Institute of Technology and Networking at Tyner Academy, in collaboration with the other partners, will be organizing a press conference on April 14 at 1 p.m.
The EPB Quantum Network, powered by Qubitekk, is America’s first commercially available quantum network designed for private companies, government entities, and university researchers to run quantum equipment. This industry-led technology is built on infrastructure that accelerates the development, adoption, and integration of quantum products.
With the EPB Quantum Network powered by Qubitekk, businesses, researchers, and government entities have access to quantum technologies that can address the most pressing challenges of our time, such as cybersecurity and climate change. EPB and Qubitekk are proud to be at the forefront of quantum networking technology and look forward to what the future holds.
Notable Guests to Provide Insights on Quantum Education and Applications
This will be followed by a hands-on quantum science demonstration by Dr. Duncan Earl, the President, Chief Technology Officer, and Co-Founder of Qubitekk, to a classroom of in-person students.
The press conference will feature notable guests, including Dr. Tiffany Earvin, Tyner Academy Principal, Dr. Duncan Earl, Qubitekk President, Chief Technology Officer, Co-Founder, and David Wade, EPB President & CEO.
Dr. Earvin will provide insight into the impact of quantum education on the region’s students and the importance of promoting quantum learning activities. Dr. Earl will deliver an exciting presentation titled “Why did Albert Einstein call quantum physics ‘Spooky action at a distance’?” and will demonstrate the practical applications of quantum physics.
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