GUEST LECTURE SERIES 2022

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Blissful Coding Club is proud to find sponsorships and support from leading universities to bring educational lectures on the new trends in computing. We are proud to present free coding classes and lectures to your child in grades 6-12 with an insight into the new digital waters.

POLARIZATION ART AND QUANTUM BITS WITH INSTITUTE OF QUANTUM COMPUTING

June 18, 2022

12pm-1pm EST

45-90 minute sessions for Grade 4-10

45-90 minute sessions for Grade 4-10 : Classical cryptography, information as bits, polarization of light with a brief do-it-yourself physics experiment

About: John Donohue is the Senior Manager of Scientific Outreach at the Institute for Quantum Computing, a research institute at the University of Waterloo. 

John develops educational materials and events for educators and students of all ages to learn about quantum mechanics and quantum information. 

He earned his PhD in Physics from the University of Waterloo in 2016 with a research speciality in quantum photonics, quantum information, and laser technologies.

Students should bring the following materials in advance:

  1. A hard transparent surface (an old CD case, for example)

  2. Clear plastic tape (should be completely transparent)

  3. Polarizing sunglasses (most prescription sunglasses and 3D-move glasses work; to test, rotate them in front of a laptop screen and see if it blacks out at a certain angle)

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QUANTUM BITS AND QUANTUM CRYPTOGRAPHY WITH INSTITUTE OF QUANTUM COMPUTING

Friday July 8, 2022
12pm - 1pm EST
Grades 8-12

Grade 8-12 : Classical cryptography, quantum bits, quantum cryptography, quantum computing (briefly)

About: John Donohue is the Senior Manager of Scientific Outreach at the Institute for Quantum Computing, a research institute at the University of Waterloo. 

John develops educational materials and events for educators and students of all ages to learn about quantum mechanics and quantum information. 

He earned his PhD in Physics from the University of Waterloo in 2016 with a research speciality in quantum photonics, quantum information, and laser technologies.

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METAVERSE 101: NAVIGATING THE NEW DIGITAL WATERS

Ishgun Singh
May 28, 2022 from 12pm - 1pm EST

Business and machine learning major at Carnegie Mellon University. Ishgun incubated an ed-tech firm and brought 200+ customers in under a month and developed a network of over 100 blockchain developers by starting a crypto recruitment company last year.


Currently, he is building The FashionVerse - a digital fashion retailer that enables users to build a metaverse wearable digital closet with fashion NFTs.

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BLOCKCHAIN 101: BUILDING THE DECENTRALIZED FUTURE

Rishin Sharma

APRIL 30, 12 NOON EST 

Rishin Sharma is a rising Senior at The Wharton School of Business at University of Pennsylvania. He is pursing a double major in BS, (Economics, Finance and Business Analytics) at Wharton and BA (International Studies) at Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business.

 

Rishin is the student Head of Blockchain Laboratory and is in charge of running and monitoring UPenn’s custodian node for Ethereum, Bitcoin, and XRP with Blockdaemon team.  

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