Students’ view of Quantum Information Technologies, part 3


  • Anna Twarowska WUT
  • Justyna Więtczak WUT
  • Kamil Szydłowski WUT
  • Michał Kaczmarczyk WUT
  • Maciej Kaczkowski WUT
  • Oliwia Pawlak Warsaw School of Economics (SGH)
  • Bartłomiej Mastej WUT
  • Maciej Stranz WUT
  • Kinga Hacaś WUT
  • Bartłomiej Sweklej WUT
  • Ryszard S. Romaniuk Warsaw University of Technology, Institute of Electronic Systems


The article is part of a course on Quantum Information
Technologies QIT conducted at the Faculty of Electronics
and Information Technology of the Warsaw University of Technology.
The subject includes a publishing workshop exercised by
engineering students. How do ICT engineers see QIT from their
point of view? How can they implement quantum technologies in
their future work? M.Sc. students usually have strictly declared
topics for their master’s theses. The implementation of some
works is at an advanced stage. The potential areas of application
of QIT are defined and narrow if they are to intellectually
expand the area of the completed theses. This is the idea of
incorporating QIT components or interfaces into classic ICT
solutions at the software and hardware level. It is possible to
propose a solution in the form of a functional hybrid system. QIT
systems should be functionally incorporated into the existing ICT
environment, generating measurable added value. Such a task is
quite demanding, but practice shows that it interests students.
Solutions don’t have to be mature or even feasible. They can
be dreams of young engineers. The exercise is a publication
workshop related to the fast development of QIT. The article is
a continuation of publication exercises conducted with previous
groups of students participating in QIT lectures.

Author Biography

Ryszard S. Romaniuk, Warsaw University of Technology, Institute of Electronic Systems

University Professor; Editor-in-Chief IJET; Chair Edit. Board Ph.Let.PL; Ed.Adv.Bd. Photonics Spectra; Director of ISE, FE&IT, WUT; Research Secretary, Committee of Electronics and Telecommunications, Polish Academy of Sciences; Eisenhower Fellow; SPIE Fellow; Member: IEEE, OSA, EOS, EPS, Jury - The Prism Awards for Photonics Innovation, Polish Physical Society, SEP - Assoc.Pol.El.Eng., Photonics Society of Poland.

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