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Quantum engineers in high demand

Gabriele Rainò, Lukas Novotny and Martin Frimmer discuss the approach they are pursuing at ETH Zürich to provide students with an education in quantum engineering.

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We acknowledge financial support from the Innovedum grant and the departments D-ITET and D-PHYS of ETH Zürich. We are particularly indebted to all speakers of the ‘Case studies: applications of quantum technology’ course and the ETH laboratories providing support for the QuanTech workshops. We acknowledge K. Ensslin, H. Bölcskei, R. Kreuzer and our colleagues from the steering committee (https://master-qe.ethz.ch/people/admission-commitee1.html) for their support and advice.

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Rainò, G., Novotny, L. & Frimmer, M. Quantum engineers in high demand. Nat. Mater. 20, 1449 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41563-021-01080-6

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