This is a workshop for beginning undergrad or advanced high school students and members of general public who want to learn basics of quantum computers. Prior experience with a higher-level language will be very useful but prior knowledge of quantum computing or quantum physics is not required.
Quantum theory was formulated in the 1920s and 1930s, yet it took about 60 years to discover quantum teleportation. Perhaps, this delayed 'quantum leap' can be attributed to the limitations of the prevalent mathematical formalism of quantum theory. Following this...
An online conference, #ReSpACE, organized by the Tarlac State University, Philippines from March 25, 2021 to March 26, 2021, invited Dr Muhammd Mustafa, an Executive Member of the Khwarizmi Science Society and Assistant Professor at the Department...
Lahore Science Mela
A celebration of scientific curiosity for people for all ages and gender. Find out more about our exciting, vibrant annual science fair series. Read more…
Children’s Encyclopedia Series
Expand your general knowledge and understand the ordinary things around with a fantastic twist. Read more…
A Tribute to Dr Saadat Anwar Siddiqi
Dr Saadat Anwar Siddiqi, the Founding President of KSS, departed for his eternal abode on December 8, 2020. More than twenty years ago, Dr Siddiqi had envisioned to transform science from being a far-fetched commodity for some and an intimidating subject for others to a tangible source of fascination for everyone. Read more about his life and homages paid to him.
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Learn Basics of Quantum Computing
Learn the fundamentals of Quantum Computing from Dr Muhammad Sabieh Anwar! Find the complete open source playlist of Quantum Computing for Beginners in this YouTube Playlist.
Who was Al-Khwarizmi?
Al-Khwarizmi was one of the greatest mathematicians to have ever lived. He is recognized as the founder of Algebra, as he not only initiated the subject in a systematic form but also developed it to the extent of giving analytical solutions of linear and quadratic equations. Read more.
KSS & Astronomy
The Khwarizmi Science Society find great pleasure in presenting a report of the Society’s spectacular achievements in the year 2009 and beyond, in celebrating the International Year of Astronomy (IYA). Read more…
Science & Muslim Civilization
Learn about Science and Islam through series of interesting lectures, talks and reads. Read more…
Muslim Women in Science & Technology
Be inspired by the amazing and incredibly talented Muslim Women in STEM. Join us on our webinar sessions and be motivated. Read more…