|Presented By||Center for Community Driven Research (CODER), Aarhus University|
|Goal||Involve everyone to do front line research in quantum physics!|
|Task||Play Quantum Moves and help building a scalable quantum computer|
The Quantum Moves game was born out of the dilemmas and questions the quantum physics researchers at Aarhus University confronted with when they took the challenge of building a quantum computer in the basement lab of the university.
Confident that the human brain is able to do better than even the most advanced computational machines available in the world, the CODER team decided to create the "Quantum Moves" game and invite everyone to play and get the chance to do front-line quantum physics research.
The idea behind the game is simple: every time you play, your mouse movements are simulating the laser beams moves used in the real quantum lab to transport the atoms onto the right pathways.
Your goal is to achieve the best scores in "QComp" and "Beat AI" labs, which translate the most difficult scientific challenges, and thus help science make a step forward towards building a quantum computer.
|How to Join||
Register your profile at www.scienceathome.org and start playing Quantum Moves right away!
All you need is a computer, a mouse set to low sensitivity and of course connection to Internet. Have fun!
|Ideal Age Group||Middle school (11 - 13 years), High school (14 - 17 years), College, Graduate students, Adults, Families|
|Type of Activity||Exclusively online|
|Tags||help science, laser beams, physics, quantum computer, Quantum Moves, quantum physics, science at home.org|
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