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Quantum Entrepreneurship Laboratory (WI001258) 
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Winter semester 2020/21
Chair of Strategy and Organization (Prof. Welpe)
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The Quantum Entrepreneurship Laboratory is a project-based learning experience that brings together students of different backgrounds with reputable industry partners and selected quantum specialists to explore new commercial applications of quantum computing.

Teams are presented with challenges from industry partners, for which they will have to develop prototypes of quantum software and commercialization strategies for these. Students will be supported with lectures from professors and invited experts as well as from interactions with teaching assistants, in both technical and entrepreneurial topics.
The student teams will consist of a balanced combination of physics, management and informatics students.

The students registering to the course at the School of Management will receive tailored lectures on the foundations of quantum technologies and the early applications of quantum computing. All roles will go through classes on use-case identification, business plan development, as well as classes on prototyping, pitching, and funding. A large part of the self-study for the quantum specialist and full-stack specialist entails finding and applying the right methods and algorithms to the identified use-case.

The available slots will be allocated based on academic fit and relevant experience. After registering, please send us an e-mail to hello@pushquantum.tech with your resume or a link to your LinkedIn or GitHub, as well as a motivational letter (max. 500 words) stating why you want to join the course, and why you would be a good fit.
Students can apply to the course based on their preferred role in the interdisciplinary project:
Business specialist: Not mandatory but highly recommended: Business plan elaboration, pitching, rapid prototyping, design thinking, financial modeling
Quantum specialist: [Please see course at Informatics]
Full-stack specialist: [Please see course at Informatics]
At the end of the module, students are able to apply the product development process to quantum technologies and its application domains.

In terms of business knowledge, they are able to analyze markets
and user needs, and respond with suitable product features - specifically in the context of deep tech. Furthermore they understand the factors that are relevant for creating a new business opportunity with emerging technologies and especially quantum technologies.

In terms of technical knowledge, students are able to conduct a
technology assessment and to develop a prototype.

Due to the fact that students work in interdisciplinary teams, they
learn how to work with and manage interdisciplinary teams.

Furthermore, by working directly with an industry partner, the students will learn to manage stakeholders in a business-to-business product development context.
English

The course consists of lectures and a project conducted by the students. The lectures will be held by university professors and guest lecturers who are leading experts in quantum technologies or relevant application domains.
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Für die Anmeldung zur Teilnahme müssen Sie sich in TUMonline als Studierende*r identifizieren.
Zusatzinformationen
Chris Bernhardt: Quantum Computing for Everyone, MIT Press, 2019