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10–14 & 19 June 2024

Register

Thanks for your interest in QCamp 2024! Please complete this form by 30 April 2024 to apply. Do note that QCamp is only for students in Junior College, Polytechnic, or equivalent education levels, and of that age range.

We have limited spots for our 5-day QCamp (10–14 June). Last year, we received an overwhelming number of applications. To make room for this enthusiasm, we are pleased to introduce a separate 1-day flash QCamp (19 June) this year as well. This form asks which you’d prefer to join. If you choose the 5-day camp but don’t get a spot, you will automatically be considered for the 1-day experience.

Please be reminded that registration is not a guarantee of a place. Candidates shortlisted for the full 5-day QCamp may be invited to a quick virtual interview.

Selected Age: 17
Size  Shoulder  Chest  Sleeve  Length
XS 15" 36" 7.5" 26"
S 16" 38" 8" 27"
M 17" 40" 8.5" 28"
L 18" 42" 9" 29"
XL 19" 44" 9.5" 30"

Just leave this blank if you don’t have any, it has no bearing on the application. (Usually, teachers like to know if their students have been accepted to QCamp, so we would update them once the participants are finalised).





Compulsory Questions


We have limited spots for QCamp 2024, and are looking to accept a variety of students with diverse interests. So, use these following questions to convince us that you would really like to take part!


Optional Questions


These questions only helps us build QCamp! They won't play a part in your application. We are asking them so that we can prepare QCamp to fit you better!
You can check out the list of planned activities in the timetable from the previous camp. Your feedback will help consider changes for the activities this year!
Discussion circles are casual discussion groups about cultural or philosophical extensions of quantum mechanics, career-directed exchanges, and other more holistic topics. Example topics include
  1. • career perspectives
  2. • managing personal, academic, and professional life
  3. • philosophy and ethics of quantum physics
  4. • quantum physics in popular culture and mass media
Journal club is an interactive discussion activity on scientific papers across different quantum applications where we learn skills in reading, designing experiments, and scientific exploration. Example topics include
  1. • quantum biology
  2. • quantum game theory
  3. • quantum circuits
  4. • quantum education



Important Note:

By submitting this form, I consent to National University of Singapore (NUS) collecting, using and/or disclosing my personal data to third parties (including any third party located outside of Singapore) for the purpose of organising Q Camp, a summer camp offered by the Centre for Quantum Technologies, stated herein. I further declare and warrant that for any personal data of another individual disclosed by me in this application, I have, prior to disclosing such personal data to NUS, obtained the appropriate consent from the individual whose personal data is being disclosed, to permit NUS to collect, use and disclose such personal data for purposes related to Q Camp.