Theoretician at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, physicist Vahagn Abgaryan is teaching Quantum Information Science and Quantum Cryptography through the “Quantum” Master’s Degree Program in Quantum and Mesoscopic Physics.
“One of my fellow scientists told me that Armenia is hosting lectures, but I couldn’t imagine that he was talking about a big program like this. I was very glad to meet this team and the students,” Vahagn Abgaryan said.
The main sphere of activity of the guest lecturer is development of the formation of phase space of quantum mechanics and the theory of geometric quantum information science.
“The sphere of quantum technologies is very interdisciplinary. For this reason, this strategy for the Program was initially a great one, that is to say, gathering students with different backgrounds, including engineers, applied mathematicians, physicists and radio physicists,” the lecturer said.
According to Vahagn Abgaryan, the “Quanta” Master’s Degree Program in Quantum and Mesoscopic Physics also provides the opportunity to find an effective formula for teaching.
“It is very important for a student to be in a group in which he or she completes a certain task, and the group works on his or her formation as a specialist,” he emphasized.
The theoretician/physicist believes one has to work hard to become a good specialist in the future because tremendous preparation is required to have the knowledge base that is necessary to carry out activities in the science sector.