For researchers, in the field of quantum computing and machine learning, IT company D-tech holds a competition for grants.
In the material below, we will tell you about the first project we found, that can contribute to the development of world science.
At the Institute of High Energy Physics of Tbilisi State University under the leadership of Professor Revaz Shanidze, research is underway within the framework of the international project KM3NeT.
KM3NeT – the research infrastructure houses the next generation of neutrino telescopes.
Located in the deepest waters of the Mediterranean Sea, KM3NeT will open a new window to our universe, as well as contribute to the study of the properties of elusive neutrino particles.
Scientists of the TSU Institute of High Energy Physics aim to collect and analyze data from neutrino telescopes.
Professor Revaz Shanidze, one of the researchers of the group is building a neural network to interpret the received information, based on the incoming data. In research, he needs the computing power of the quantum computing service Amazon Braket. The result of his work will make a significant contribution to the development of KM3Net and science in general.
The reason we have decided to support the project is that we consider it promising, and the result, experience, and skills obtained by the researcher can be applied in our projects. Of course, in the future, we are ready to consider the possibility of closer cooperation. The grant agreement has already been signed and we have begun to fulfill our obligations. Congratulations to researcher Davit Janezashvili, scientific advisor Professor Revaz Shanidze and Tbilisi State University!” Commented Stanislav Sabanov, operator of the ioli.digital grant competition.
In the meantime, applications for grants for researchers in the fields of Quantum computing and Machine learning continue.
By clicking on this link ioli.digital you can take part and learn more about the conditions of the competition from the D-tech company.