Quantum receives donation from Xanadu

Xanadu becomes the first quantum computing startup to support fair open-access publishing in quantum science by supporting Quantum with a small yearly donation that will contribute to cover the operating …

New Quantum papers to your inbox

Want to keep track of the latest papers appearing in Quantum? Now you have a new option: starting on the 1st of August, Quantum offers a monthly digest (sign up …

Quantum supported by the Stanhill Foundation

Quantum is very happy to announce a generous donation from Ilyas Khan’s Stanhill Foundation in London. The Stanhill Foundation has a primary focus on education. It is sponsoring outstanding individuals …

Quantum teenagers: the reviews are in!

Can quantum research be accessible to an audience of keen teenagers? To test this hypothesis, Quantum started a pilot outreach project, Quantum Leaps, in collaboration with Cherrybrook Technology High School …

Quantum joins the Free Journal Network

Quantum has joined the Free Journal Network, a recently founded organization that will help coordinate the efforts of scholarly journals run according to the Fair Open Access model, that is …

Quantum hires two management assistants

Quantum has hired two management assistants to help the executive board in the day-to-day running of the journal. They have been working for Quantum in Vienna since December, and we …

Teenagers, get ready to referee!

Guest post by Chris Ferrie The Quantum Leaps submission deadline has passed and we received 13 articles which attempt to explain cutting-edge quantum science research to teenagers. Great! So how …

Qstarter award for Quantum!

Quantum received the qstarter technology transfer award 2018, aimed at spinoffs and startups related to quantum science and technology in Switzerland. In handing in the prize of CHF 1’000, the …

Call for papers: good popular science

Do you think that news articles on quantum science are vague or misleading? Can you do better? We have a challenge: explain your research to teenagers and undergo their scrutiny. …

Quantum is now a registered trademark

“Quantum” and the Quantum logo are now a registered trademark of the Verein zur Förderung des Open Access Publizierens in den Quantenwissenschaften in the European Union for the publishing of …

Quantum turns 1

One year ago Quantum opened for submissions and we would like to take this as an opportunity to celebrate its first birthday! A lot has happened since. About 100 manuscripts …

Quantum enables Cited-by

Who is citing papers published in Quantum? This is now easier to find than ever, since Quantum has started displaying Cited-by information on the pages of its articles. You can …

CQT supports Quantum

We are happy to announce that Quantum received a generous donation from the Centre for Quantum Technologies, of the National University of Singapore. Thank you CQT for supporting open scientific …

Quantum now available via https

For improved security and privacy quantum-journal.org is now available under https://quantum-journal.org/ in ssl encrypted form with a trusted certificate. In this way, you can be sure that all information you …

What kind of content is shared by Quantum?

Quantum is active on social media to foster engagement and spread news relevant for the quantum science community. As Quantum grows, it becomes important to have transparent guidelines about the …

Quantum meets SciPost at YRM 2017

SciPost‘s Jean-Sébastien Caux and Quantum’s Christian Gogolin were both invited to speak about “the future of scientific publishing” at a dedicated session on that topic during YRM 2017 in Tarragona. …

Quantum obtains an ISSN

Quantum has been assigned an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) by the ISSN International Centre. The ISSN is similar to the more widely known ISBN, which is used to uniquely …

Collaboration with Fermat’s library

Before our launch issue finally arrives we have further exciting news to share: Quantum is cooperating with Fermat’s Library, a project enabling collaborative online annotation of scientific papers. Papers published …

40 submissions

Quantum has received over 40 submissions since the launch in mid November! We would like to take this as an opportunity to thank all authors who have shown their support …

Quantum money

How can we ensure that Quantum is financially sustainable? And how are publication fees going to work exactly? In this post we go into the gritty details of Quantum’s finances …

Quantum opens for submissions

Today is launch day! Quantum opens for submissions! To submit, please go to the for authors page, read carefully, agree to Quantum’s terms and conditions, and hit the submit button. …

Terms and Conditions and Code of Conduct

As the launch date approaches, it is a pleasure to announce the terms and conditions of Quantum. Here are some highlights: Licencing information: works published in Quantum will be covered …