ScienceAtHome has its origins at the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Aarhus University, and while we have branched out since our birth, we maintain a strong quantum presence.
As part of this, we have developed a number of quantum games and tools for citizen science, research, and education. Additionally, we are involved in a number of initiatives designed to allow students and other interested citizens to learn more about quantum mechanics and its applications and implications in today’s society and economy.
To learn more about our fundamental theoretical and experimental research in quantum physics, click here.
You can be one of two representatives from Denmark to participate in a one-week academy to experience what is happening in quantum technology research right now - Read more!
Quantum Composer is an interactive tool for visualizing and simulating quantum mechanical concepts and systems. Find it here.
The QEngine is a numerical quantum simulation and optimization library written in the C++ programming language. Read more here.
The Alice Framework
In 2016 we had the Alice challenge running where players were grouped together online to optimize solutions. These solutions were carried out in the experimental lab.
ERC Proof of Concept
The ScienceAtHome team has received support to understand and develop quantum education and training at the intersection of university and corporate needs. Read more here.
This highlights the future potential for crowdsourcing the solution of quantum research problems.Read paper
The first implementation of AlphaZero to quantum computer optimizationRead paper
Can an online game that combines human brainpower with AI solve intractable problems?Read paper
Hundreds of citizen scientists and several teams of quantum scientists get access to optimizing our quantum experiment through a gamified remote interface.Read paper