The Dipartimento di Informatica (DIB) of the Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro and aQuantum sign a Collaboration Agreement for the joint realization of R&D in the area of Quantum Software Engineering and Programming, as well as promoting aQuantum training activities in these areas in Italy. In order to carry out the training activities provided for in the Agreement, the DIB becomes an “Academic Partner” of the aQuantum Partner Network (aQNetwork).
The Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro (University of Bari Aldo Moro) was founded in 1925 and is attended today by about 60,000 students, across the Bari, Brindisi, and Taranto campuses. The university has a large number of departments including: Information Technology; Biosciences, Biotechnologies and Biopharmaceutics; Pharmacy – Pharmaceutical Sciences; Economics and Mathematical Methods; Physics, Agricultural and Environmental Science; etc.
This agreement between DIB and aQuantum not only brings an advantageous collaboration for both organizations, but also allows aQuantum to continue its constant commitment with the Talavera Manifesto and the dissemination of knowledge about Quantum Software Engineering and Programming through all possible channels and its applications to practical quantum computing. Additionally, this collaboration will enable aQuantum to expand its efforts in the quantum literacy of the workforce, which is a global fundamental need to contribute to the advancement of the adoption of the quantum computing and programming in the real world.
This collaboration will be advantageous for both parts, allowing us to collaborate with more experts and researchers, sharing with them our knowledge, facilitating the academic use of our technological solutions through QuantumPath® and expanding also the horizon of Quantum Software Engineering and Programming in Italy.
At aQuantum we are very excited about the start of this collaboration with DIB and we are convinced that this collaboration will enhance the results of our training activities.
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