Who we are

Our team is mainly composed by researchers in quantum physics, with passion and exprience in innovative outreach projects involving science, games, and art.

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Sabrina Maniscalco

Professor, Univ. of Helsinki
and Aalto University
CEO at Algorithmiq

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Caterina Foti

Postdoc, Aalto Univ.
Outreach coordinator, Algorithmiq, General Director QPlayLearn

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Matteo Rossi

Postdoc, Aalto Univ.
CTO, Algorithmiq

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Guillermo García-Pérez

Postdoc, Univ. of Helsinki
CSO, Algorithmiq

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Boris Sokolov

Postdoc, Univ. of Helsinki
Researcher at Algorithmiq

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Rosario Maniscalco

Ph.D. Ed. Sc. Univ. of Turku
CKO, Algorithmiq

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Marilù Chiofalo

Professor, Univ. of Pisa
Director of Discovery

Collaborators

James Wootton

Researcher, IBM Zurich

Natasha Skult

CEO at Mitale
President of IGDA Finland

Daniel Cavalcanti

Graphic designer and quantum physicist

Juliana Rabello

Illustrator

César A. Rodríguez Rosario

Chief Science Officer, Strangeworks

Andrew J. Ochoa

Ph.D. Physicist, Strangeworks

Daria Anttila

Doctoral Student, Univ. of Turku

We also thank

Isabel Heider, Arianne Meijer, Laura Piispanen, Daria Anttila, Nicola Pranzini, Aapo Peltola, Marcos Valdes, Matias Guerra, Aditya Anupam, Nassim Parvin, Azad Naeemi, Lorenzo Maccone, Roberta Zambrini, Valentina Parigi, Paolo Zanardi, Paola Verrucchi, Prof. Monkey, Evert van Nieuwenburg, Steven Dunn, Taryn Allen, Francesco Baldino, Luigina Mazzone, Sibel Kantola.

Do you want to collaborate with us?

We are always looking for collaborators who share the passion for quantum physics, technology, and new teaching methods. Do you have an idea on how to collaborate with us? Writes us a message.

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