As a leader in K-12 quantum education, we offer accessible, hands-on, and innovative programs for K-12 and university students to learn real quantum skills, run codes on quantum computers, and work alongside leading global quantum researchers. Our programs include:
Join us this summer to begin your journey as a future quantum leader! Learn alongside leading quantum researchers, become a part of a global cohort of scholars, and develop tangible skills to be at the forefront of the quantum revolution.
Developed and taught by MIT and PhD graduates
Supported by leading tech companies including IBM and Google
Inclusive program design
Join a global cohort of future quantum leaders
Learn from leading experts in academia and industry
Join us for a free, interactive "Introduction to Quantum Computing" workshop developed and led by MIT PhD Dr. Sarah Goodman! You will be one of the first high school students to learn about this emerging technology that will change the world. We'll discover the differences between quantum and classical computing, explore quantum physics phenomena, and examine the applications of quantum computing in fields like cybersecurity and finance.
Be one of the first middle school students in the world to learn quantum computing - the technology that will change the world as we know it today! Join us for a free "Introduction to Quantum Computing" workshop for middle school students. In this interactive session developed and led by MIT PhD Dr. Sarah Goodman, we'll learn about the quantum world and how it is being used to make the most powerful computers ever - quantum computers!
Partnered with IBM Quantum and taught by MIT and Oxford quantum researchers, Qubit by Qubit led the first ever global quantum computing course for high school students and above. In this year-long course, over 7,500 students from 125 countries learned skills in quantum mechanics, quantum computation, quantum algorithms and even ran code on a real quantum computer!
Featuring 21 speakers across 7 panels, the QxQ Diversity in Quantum Computing Conference is a one-day virtual event dedicated to creating an inclusive, diverse, and equitable future of quantum computing. We are proud to say over 2200 attendees from 65 countries joined us for these important conversations. Conversation topics ranged from actionable inclusion strategies, policy discussions, and educational initiatives to authentic, vulnerable discussions about confidence, allyship, and lifting up others in the space. Educators, tech leaders, policy makers, and researchers took the stage to discuss how we all can work together to make quantum computing diverse and inclusive-- starting today.
Sponsored by Google AI and IBM Quantum, QxQ developed the first of its kind Quantum Camp for High School Students. With nearly 300 high school students from diverse backgrounds - 53% female; 43% low SES; and 40% students of color - MIT PhD researchers led this intensive week-long camp exposing students to quantum computing and teaching them tangible quantum skills. Students loved the camp: 98% said they would recommend the camp to a friend; 93% liked or loved the camp; and 88% are interested in studying quantum in the future.