MSc Program

Masters degrees, granted in a specific discipline with an added specialization in Quantum Information Science and Technology. These programs are initially approved by the University’s upper management committee (“Matmedet”), and undergo standard reviewing and reporting to the PBC as well. These programs have been running for the past 4 years in Physics and Applied Physics. They are based on a core set of mandatory courses, and a broad selection of elective courses. In addition, each student is required to conduct research with a quantum center member PI. These two specializations revolve around a core competence of the numerous QISC PI’s available to teach in these specializations. The course load requires all the students to master core concepts of quantum computing (CS) along with quantum technology (engineering), taught in rigorous and detailed dedicated courses. Aside from the specialized quantum courses, all the students in the program obviously complete the full requirements of the general MSc. programs in their departments.

Admission Requirements:

  • Average above 85
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Admission interview

Offered Tracks:

Benefits:

  • Funding of international conference abroad.
  • Academic excellence Award based on the research progress. 
  • Possibility and priority for admission to the International Joint Research Programs of the center with with VQC / ETH / ULM (soon).
  • Opportunity to visit leading quantum information centers in Europe: VQC - Vienna, ETH - Zurich, ULM- Munich.

Study Program Coordinators:

Prof. Yaron Bromberg, Physics with specialization in Quantum

Danciger B Bldg. Room 123, Edmond J. Safra Campus, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Phone: +972-2-6584614 | Email: yaron.bromberg@mail.huji.ac.il

Prof. Nir Bar-Gill,  Applied Physics with specialization in Quantum

Bergman Bldg. Room 214, Edmond J. Safra Campus, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Phone: +972-2-6584441 | Email: bargill@phys.huji.ac.il

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