Seasonal submission slumber

There is a magical, predictable, frustrating, unavoidable pattern that we observe every year at Quantum, and can be found anywhere where research papers are submitted. Twice per year, in late …

In support of Ukraine

Quantum strongly condemns the 2022 invasion of Ukraine, the loss of life and war crimes inflicted by Vladimir Putin’s forces. There are no words to express our sorrow and fears. We …

Call for editors 2022

This year Quantum will celebrate 5 years since the first publications! From that first batch of papers, the journal grew to over 600 published articles. This growth was made possible by …

Hello 2021, hello Plan S!

The year 2021 has begun and Plan S, an initiative aimed at pushing open-access publishing that is backed by an international consortium of funding agencies and research organisations called cOAlition …

Call for editors 2020

The 2020 call for editors is now closed. Quantum has received over 50 applications. Today Quantum celebrates 3 years since the first publications! From that first batch of papers, the …

Update on Quantum’s publication fees

Summary of changes: Published authors now have the option of donating more to Quantum: 450€. For legal reasons explained below, we make this the “default” publication fee. You can still …

In memoriam: Peter Wittek

Peter Wittek disappeared in September 2019 when an avalanche hit their camp during an expedition on Mount Trishul. Peter was a researcher on quantum computing and quantum machine learning based …

Two years of publications!

Happy anniversary, Quantum community! It feels like yesterday, but it’s been two years since Quantum published the first batch of ten peer-reviewed articles. Since then, Quantum has received over 400 …

Author feedback

Two months go, we asked authors for feedback on their experience with Quantum. Without further delay, here are the raw results. We will write a follow-up with our conclusions in the …

Quantum preserved in CLOCKSS

All articles published in Quantum and their meta-data are now securely and permanently preserved in the CLOCKSS Archive. In addition to our own backup strategy, which involves off-site storage of …

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 …