Quantum physics is weird. Tiny quantum objects, like electrons and photons can behave like both waves and particles. They can tunnel through barriers that cannot be tunnelled through according to classical physics. They can be entangled together so that one part influences the other(s) instantly even if they are far apart. Measurements are based on probability, and outcomes are not predicted with certainty.
Your Guide to the World of Quantum
Elizabeth Bennewitz is a quantum computing and machine learning researcher at 1QBit. In part one of this three-part series, Elizabeth’s inspiration and path on the way to becoming a master’s student and research intern was explored.
Fresh thinking and new perspectives are important in the advancement of science and technology research. Elizabeth Bennewitz is a quantum computing and machine learning researcher at 1QBit who has an important role in conducting impactful research. Elizabeth’s story is a good example of the path of a researcher who is involved in both academia and industry.