VIDEO OF THE TALK WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY
Join us for the 15th talk of Yale Quantum Institute series of nontechnical talks aiming to bring a new regard to quantum physics and STEM by having experts cast new light on often-overlooked aspects of scientific work.
Quantum is in. Code is out! - Designing no-code experiences for user-interactions with quantum technology
Working at the intersection of science, technology, and art, Klem Jankiewicz designs and builds engaging user-centered products and experiences. After working with museums, theatres, and other cultural and educational institutions, creating exhibitions and interactive installations, including a permanent installation on the façade of Polin, one of the most important Polish museums, she has recently focused her practice on quantum computing. Collaborating with physicists and engineers at the Centre for Quantum Technologies in Singapore, Xanadu, Pasqal, and Classiq Technologies, she led and designed an array of educational games and experiences like Quantum Flytrap, Pulser Studio and Virtual Quantum Lab. With these innovative no-code experiences, she wants to create new ways of bringing science and technology to a broader audience. In her journey to make quantum computing more accessible through user-centered design solutions, she invites us to create new ways of bringing science and technology to a broader audience.
Members of the Yale and New Haven Community are welcome to come to YQI to stream the webinar.
This event is co-sponsored by The Franke Program in Science and the Humanities.