About Curiee

Commercial quantum computers could be available at any time from a couple of years to decades. But once they start to exist, no one knows (not even the scientists) what all the possibilities for this new paradigm are.

Marie Curie once said, "We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing must be attained”. This is one of our principles at Curiee.

The mathematical language used in quantum mechanics may at first seem highly intricate and difficult to understand; however, we believe that through its use in programming, it can begin to make sense in a very natural way. And if you allow yourself, quantum mechanics can become a fun journey: it can make you see things differently. You start to contemplate the fabric of our reality.

Our Five Values

  • Be fearless.
  • Trust in Science.
  • Default to optimism.
  • Never stop learning.
  • Have confidence in the future.
  • Contributors

    🤖 Patrick Justice (Director) – Writer && Philosopher.
    Patrick is a writer from Los Angeles. They hold a double degree in Politics and Sociology from the University of California in Santa Cruz. Their goal is to inspire an intellectual movement through the use of rhetorical strategy.

    🤖 Meghan Rodrigues – Photographer && Graphic Designer.
    Meghan is a science devotee and the artist behind our posts' art. They are a native Hawaiian, and their thematics are astronomy, nature, surfing, and feminism.

    🤖 Cyril Marinos – Chemist && Software Engineer.
    Cyril Marinos is a computational chemistry student at the University of Arizona, researching Optical Sciences. They enjoy videogames, drawing, and cooking.

    🤖 You  Quantum Computing Enthusiast.
    At Curiee, we believe that an exciting future can be built on the foundations of Science and Equanimity. If you identify with these ideas, we would love to learn more about your unique point of view in the World.


    Contributors Emeritus

    🤖 Steinkirch – Theoretical Physicist && Computer Engineer.
    Steinkirch has been a quantum computing enthusiast since their Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics in Stony Brook. In the past, they worked at Apple, Etsy, Yelp, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, the Los Alamos National Laboratory, and the Brookhaven National Laboratory.

    🤖 Thomas Wang Designer && frontend developer.
    Thomas is an avid open-source contributor and software advocate. They are also an engineer at Visa. Their favorite motto is "always curious, always learning".