Quantum technology academy

Quantum technology offers world-changing potential to reshape numerous fields, enabling existing industries to solve problems exponentially faster than they ever could using conventional technology.

The usefulness of quantum technology is already available from finance, chemistry, materials science, oil and gas, telecommunication, cryptography, imaging system, simulation and measurement, sensory, and seismology.

Deploying a private quantum technology requires building or upgrading mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems, and comprehensive understanding of quantum product operations and maintenance.

A huge opportunity for quantum product providers is to offer their product via a traditional trading process or through quantum-as-a-service (QaaS) offering, where quantum products are offered “as a service” via a private or public cloud. This might become an attractive option for organizations that lack the resources or in-house technical expertise to build and operate their own quantum products. The potential downside is that they must still navigate periodic cloud challenges around latency and security.

Nusantara Academy envisions to establish applicative education and work-relevant competency regarding quantum technology implementation for different quantum providers in Indonesia. We aim to prepare industry ready workforce for quantum implementation, i.e. quantum technicians, quantum engineers, quantum consultants, and quantum architects by delivering several courses, such as:

Academy Goals


Introduction to Quantum Technology: This course will cover the basic concepts and principles of quantum technology, including quantum mechanics, quantum computing, and quantum communication. Students will learn how quantum technology is different from classical technology and understand its potential impact on various industries.


Quantum Product Operations and Maintenance: This course will focus on the practical aspects of operating and maintaining quantum products. Students will learn how to build and upgrade mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems for quantum products, troubleshoot issues, and perform routine maintenance to ensure optimal performance.


Quantum Cybersecurity: As quantum technology becomes more widely adopted, the need for secure communication and data protection will increase. This course will cover the basics of quantum cryptography and how it can be used to secure communications in the quantum era. Students will also learn about the potential threats to quantum systems and how to protect against them.


Quantum Algorithms and Programming: This course will introduce students to the principles of quantum algorithms and programming. Students will learn how to write programs for quantum computers using popular languages such as Qiskit and Cirq, and how to optimize their code for different quantum architectures.


Quantum Sensing and Metrology: This course will cover the principles of quantum sensing and metrology, including quantum-enhanced measurements, precision measurements, and quantum sensors. Students will learn about the different types of quantum sensors, such as atomic clocks, magnetometers, and gravimeters, and their applications in various fields such as geology, medicine, and defense. They will also learn how to design, build, and test quantum sensors and interpret the results.


Quantum Business and Strategy: This course will focus on the strategic implications of quantum technology for businesses and industries. Students will learn how to identify opportunities for quantum technology adoption, develop business cases for quantum projects, and create implementation plans. They will also explore the ethical and social implications of quantum technology and how to address them.

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