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Using challenge-based learning and design sprints, research clinics and other formats, the Young Quantum Social Scientists at the Quantum Social Lab offer the opportunity to tackle important governance challenges of Quantum applications. Each cohort consists of up to 20 students who can put their theoretical knowledge to use by addressing real-world problems. The Young Quantum Social Scientists is an initiative open to students of all study programs within Munich:

    • We offer 6 scholarships each semester to work in the development and of the different modules, challenges and projects within Quantworld.

Scholarship Program & Application

Why should I be part of it?

The Young Quantum Social Scientists offer the opportunity to work on real problems, tackling the challenges of tomorrow!

We hope to build exciting projects together with you - while you can use the network of the Quantum Social Lab and the TUM Think Tank to shape the initiative, organize events or start taking your first steps in the direction of professional research.

We also offer thesis and praxis projects within the study programs of Politikwissenschaften, Politics & Technology, Mathematics in Data Science, and Data Engineering.

The initiative meets up every week at the TUM Think Tank.

Contact

If you are interested in joining please contact fabienne.marco@tum.de

TL;DR

Using challenge-based learning and design sprints, research clinics and other formats, the Young Quantum Social Scientists at the Quantum Social Lab offer the opportunity to tackle important governance challenges of Quantum applications. Each cohort consists of up to 20 students who can put their theoretical knowledge to use by addressing real-world problems. The Young Quantum Social Scientists is an initiative open to students of all study programs within Munich.

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