Quantum Libya Community Summit I
A call on for everyone in the tech community
OneQuantum Libya Officially announces Quantum Libya Community Summit I. We invite you all on the 28th of this August, Click here to register and attend.
Quantum Libya Community Summit is an online event which is dedicated to take us on an interesting journey to learn the importance of quantum technologies, and how to engage everyone from diverse backgrounds to build the quantum roadmap. Join us now and invite your friends and colleagues so no one will be missed out!
Our mission is to host leaders and influencers to join our events to provide diverse opinions on how we can drive forward, the high-end technologies in our country.
Quantum Computing & Programming Workshop
The Robotics Club at University of Tripoli would like to invite you all for a Quantum Computing & Programming workshop. Join us tomorrow Thursday 19th of August at 9:00 pm GMT+2, Register here to attend.
We need everyone on board, no matter your background, your gender, or your age. Feel free to reach out to me with your goals & visions on LinkedIn; Abdulmalek Baitulmal or email me at email@example.com.
AbdulMalek Baitulmal | President | OneQuantum Libya
Quantum Across Africa
OneQuantum Africa Weekly Meetings Today;
He will cover diamond growth and diamond quantum technologies including the first experiments showing the quantum properties of diamond demonstrated at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa in the 1970s!
This event is FREE and open to all.
Please invite your quantum tech colleagues. Also register for the cocktail party that comes after the meeting at 1600hrs CAT for one on one networking.
See you at OneQuantum Africa where we build strong local communities connected to the global quantum tech ecosystem!
IBM Quantum Challenge Africa 2021; 21 Days To Go
Sep 09 at 9:00 AM (local) — Sep 21 at 1:00 AM (local)
To ensure Africa is able to apply quantum computing to solve problems relevant to the continent, the IBM Research Lab in South Africa and the University of the Witwatersrand have developed a quantum computing challenge that focuses on the fields of optimization, finance, and chemistry. This challenge will boost participant's quantum computing skills and give them the tools to devise the best solutions to real-world issues faced in Africa.
The challenge exercises are developed by African researchers for African learners, researchers, and industry professionals. Participants need not have any formal education in quantum computing, as the challenge focuses on its application to already existing classical problems.
If you want to develop your skills in applying quantum computing to problems using Qiskit and the IBM Quantum platform; register below.
Interested in joining the challenge? Sign in to IBM Quantum using your IBMid
Let’s take a moment to get to know Libyan landscapes;
Wadi Al-Kouf (el kuf), Al-Bayda
Wadi el Kuf Bridge, is a bridge located 20 km west of Bayda, Libya. It is the second highest bridge in Africa. It was designed by Italian civil engineer Riccardo Morandi. Construction of the bridge began in 1965 and the bridge was opened in 1972. The bridge crosses the Kouf Valley