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Our Mission and Vision

Our objective is to be able to create spaces where girls and teenagers can learn more about quantum computing while also providing them with the resources they need to collaborate and, thus, make an impact by strengthening their abilities and talents.

Elisa Torres Durney

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What We Do

Inspire

We want to inspire and empower girls all across the world by teaching them how quantum technology can be used to solve global issues and introducing them to professionals in the field.

Connect

We want to build a network of girls who can bring different ideas, perspectives, and insights to the table. As a result, girls can contribute in their unique way.

Collaborate

We want to bring together girls who want to learn about the quantum field to create diverse teams and collaborate to start their quantum projects.

Latest News

Quantum computers?!

In this 3-minute video, we explain you some basics concepts about quantum computers and it’s possible applications.

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Introducing myself

Hello! I'm Elisa, the 16-year-old founder of "Girls in Quantum." Let me tell you about my background, goals, and aspirations. And how I got involved in…

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12 Women Pioneering The World Of Quantum Computing | The Quantum Insider

TQD Exclusive: 12 Women Pioneering The World Of Quantum Computing · Jessica Pointing.

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What is Quantum Computing? | IBM

Quantum computing harnesses the phenomena of quantum mechanics to deliver a huge leap forward in computation to solve certain problems.

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The war on Quantum theory: Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr.

In 1920, Niels Bohr, proposed the Copenhagen Interpretation; However, Albert Einstein, who believed in scientific realistic and deterministic theories, completely disagreed with this.

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Quantum Advantage: Where does it exist?

The idea of quantum advantage was first proposed in the 1980s by physicist Richard Feynman, who believed there were some kinds of problems that quantum computers…

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