Quantum expert Prof. Nicolas Gisin publishes a new paper in npj Quantum Information, presenting results on the abilities and limitations of quantum computers.
This year’s programme brings together 28 international students united by one common goal: to establish the skillset to build a better future.
The 3-week long programme, designed to educate, motivate and certify migrant workers in the IT field, kicks off July 12.
CERN, Yandex School of Data Analysis, HSE University and EPFL Count On SIT Alemira to Deploy Online Summer Course.
The paper notes the importance of quantum communication not only at large scales, but also in chips, similarly to classical communication.
SIT and non-profit go tec! signed a new partnership agreement, destined to bridge industries, schools and politics through continuous technical education.
On Friday, June 18, Gisin joins the European Academy of Sciences and Arts to talk about the challenges of revolutionary technology.
The successful defence of Nwafor's thesis marks a milestone for SIT as it celebrates the 100% completed graduation rate of its first cohort.
Mauro Pezzè, Gunnel Jahangirova and Paolo Tonella will present their recently published paper at ICSE.
VP of #CyberFit Sports at Acronis discusses the future of MI, highlighting trends and upcoming plans for SIT Autonomous as an entertainer in the autonomous sports industry.