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Thursday, January 10 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Quantum in the Classroom (138)

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Quantum properties are often perceived as impenetrable or futuristic. In reality, and for decades now, many technological advancements have been fundamentally reliant on quantum mechanics: lasers, superconductors, transistors which underpin IT infrastructure in its entirety. We will introduce a set of educational resources for incorporating quantum science in the curriculum.

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Alessio Bernardelli

Founding Director, CollaboratEd
Alessio has 15 years of teaching experience and has worked as Head of KS3 Science for five years. He also worked as Field Development Officer for NGfL Cymru, as Science Subject Lead at TSL Education (TES) and as National Support Programme Partner in Wales with CfBT. Alessio won a... Read More →
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Dave Gibbs

Computing & Technology Specialist, STEM Learning
Co-leading the Quantum Technology Program for post-16 physics and computer science students, I am happy to talk about this cutting-edge fusion of science and technology.
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Maria Turkenburg

Researcher, UYSEG, University of York
Maria has been a researcher for over 25 years, in education and chemistry. She has experience evaluating science education programmes targeting students aged 5-25. She is presenting on the evaluation of the Quantum Ambassadors in Schools project, which sees postgraduate quantum physics... Read More →

Thursday January 10, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Muirhead G15