5th Year Computer Science student wins two awards at BTYSTE 2022 for his advanced quantum computing project!

NEWS / 14 January 2022

Massive congratulations to Ayush Tambde, 5th Year Computer Science student, for winning two awards (for a second year in a row!) at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2022 with his project called "A System For The Development And Execution Of Hybrid Classical/Quantum Tasks". 

[This post is from 2022. Read the blog about Ayush winning the Best Individual Project and Horizon Student Award at the 2023 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition.]

Ayush won the "Irish Patents Office – Intellectual Ventures" Special Award and came 2nd in the Senior Individual Technology category.

What a fantastic achievement Ayush - we're all so proud of you! See the Computer Science blog to read about the two awards that Ayush won in 2021.

Ms O'Kelly


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