General

1. DynamicQuant is a discussion platform built specifically for researchers in quantum information science. All postings are thus only expected to contribute to the further discussion of ideas in this field.

 

Forum discussion

1. Researchers must understand that all information disclosed during discussion is done at their own discretion and that they should refrain from disclosing unpublished research-based ideas to prevent compromise.

 

2. Any postings deemed as non-constructive (for example, the use of ambiguous language or any postings unrelated to quantum information science research) by the administrator or future DynamicQuant-appointed moderators may be suspended or deleted.

 

3. At the discretion of the administrators and moderators, multiple such low-quality postings may receive warnings and the user may be banned from the forums.

 

Collaboration

1. DynamicQuant targets problems whose solutions require techniques which are yet to be developed. Once a researcher has identified a potential collaborator through discussion, he or she may share contact details through private messaging.

 

2. Each researcher may subsequently authenticate the identity of his or her potential collaborator through e-mail, phone, social media, social applications, Skype, face-to-face meetings at conferences etc. Collaborative research follows.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General

DynamicQuant is a platform built for researchers in quantum information to discuss ideas. All postings are thus expected to contribute to the further discussion of ideas in quantum information.

 

Forum discussion

1. Researchers must understand that all information disclosed during discussions is at their own discretions and that they must protect their own ideas from being compromised.

2. Any postings deemed as non-constructive (for example, use of unclear language or postings unrelated to quantum information science research) by the admin or DynamicQuant-appointed moderators may be suspended or deleted.

3. At the discretion of the moderators and the admin, multiple such low-quality postings may receive warnings and the user may be banned from the forums.

 

Authenticity of each researcher

1. It is strongly encouraged of all participants to list down basic information allowing others to identify them as authentic, working researchers in quantum information. Otherwise, the participant may be at risk of having no credibility amongst other researchers for discussion of ideas. The profile of each researcher is expected to have the following:

i) Full name

ii) Public email address

iii) Researcher profile on an authorized portal (e.g. a researcher's profile from an institution's site, Google+ profile, ResearchGate profile etc.)

iv) Profile picture if any

2. In the future, DynamicQuant may make the email on each registered profile unchangeable. If this is implemented, then the email on the public profile of each user is certain to have been used to authenticate that user during registration. The identity of each researcher can thus be confirmed through his or her email.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to DynamicQuant - a platform built specifically for discussion of ideas in quantum information science and a repository of general resources on the topic. The aim of the site is to provide a focused and secure platform for research-based discussions in quantum information, leading to eventual research collaborations to be undertaken outside the platform. The end-goal is to allow individual researchers to produce more publications and to expedite the advancement of quantum information science as a whole. 

Register for an account and spend a few minutes to post up any idea that you would like to have discussed by accessing the DynamicQuant forum in the right sidebar.

Read more about the DynamicQuant rules (which all researchers must abide by before participation here.

Or read more about DynamicQuant here.

 

 

The prospect that advancements in quantum information science will lead to the creation of quantum technologies and allow a better understanding of fundamental physics first motivated the creation of DynamicQuant. DynamicQuant aims to expedite research progress in quantum information science by connecting researchers on a single platform to discuss ideas and problems, leading to collaborative research endeavours.

Apart from achieving it's intended objective, DynamicQuant also acts as a repository of general-purpose information for use by researchers and by the general public - this includes the QUROPE's QICS (Quantum Information Classification Scheme) and the Los Alamos National Laboratory Roadmaps for Quantum Computation and Quantum Cryptography.

The DynamicQuant discussion forum is organized so that discussions are carried out in each subtopic of the 5 main branches of quantum information science and technology as outlined in the QUROPE's QICS. Further, the site is designed for researchers to mainly discuss problems whose solutions require insights and techniques that are yet to be developed. Through high-level discussion of such problems and other ideas in quantum information science, researchers can identify other researchers who may have the expertise, techniques or insight to solve them collaboratively. The researchers may then opt to take further, more personal discussions to collaborate away from the forum through social media, social applications, Skype, e-mail, phone or face-to-face meetings.

 

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DynamicQuant is still in beta. Any suggestions to improve the concept of the site is welcome.

 

Here is a list of initiatives taken by national governments to invest in quantum technology research. A web resource accompanies each listed initiative.

 

1. The U.K. government's £270M investment on the development of quantum technologies

More details here.

 

2. The U.S. NSA's efforts in developing quantum computers

More details here.

 

3. China's efforts in building the Steady High Magnetic Field Experimental Facility for quantum computing

More details from the South China Morning Post here.