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UTS Tech Festival 2022: Workshop - Make a Quantum video game and run it on a Quantum computer

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UTS Tech Festival (June 20 – July 01, 2022 )is a two weeks festival of events, showcases, hackathons, workshops, masterclasses, seminars, competitions, industry-student engagement and much more! Our goal is to bring together students, academics and industry to foster learning, inspiration, share ideas and promote innovation.

We’re excited to welcome you to our campus for the Workshop on Make a Quantum Video Game and run it on a Quantum Computer which is part of the UTS Tech Festival 2022!


Learn the basics of Quantum computing by creating your own "Quantum" version of tic-tac-toe. We will guide you through the process of defining the state of your game as a quantum instruction set with player moves defined by quantum logic gates and how to execute your game on real quantum available from IBM.


Chris Ferrie is an Associate Professor at the University of Technology Sydney and the Centre for Quantum Software and Information. His research interests include quantum learning and control. He obtained his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the Institute for Quantum Computing and University of Waterloo (Canada) in 2012. Chris’s passion for communicating science has led from the most esoteric topics of mathematical physics to more recently writing children’s books, such as Quantum Physics for Babies, and a whole collection of other titles that make science accessible even for the youngest children.

    Date, Location, Venue:

    Date: Wednesday, June 22, 2022,
    : 4.30pm-6.30pm
    Venue: Building 11, Level 00, Room: 401, UTS City Campus.Ddetails will be available on the confirmation email as well.


    Intelligent Drone Lab (iDL), AAII, and Faculty of Engineering and IT.


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