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Every year on April 14, our country celebrates the Day of Tajik Science and these days, especially in scientific and educational institutions of our country, various scientific and scientific and educational events are held with the participation of government representatives, scientists, students, schoolchildren, as well as residents and guests of the republic. In the modern world, in which a developed economy and the achievement of strategic goals depend to a greater extent on the results of modern scientific research, the development of science is increasingly identified with the development of the state and society.

It is known that in the modern world one of the most fundamental, extremely effective and promising scientific areas is quantum computing and technology. Since the main discoveries and innovative developments, especially in recent decades, that have radically changed the life of mankind, were carried out precisely on the basis of the theories of quantum physics.

As noted, April 14 is traditionally and annually celebrated in our country as the Day of Tajik Science, and it is significant that, this year, by the initiative of the international community of quantum scientists, the same date was chosen as the date of the “World Quantum Day” (https://worldquantumday.org). Thus, for the first time on April 14, 2021, the first meeting of representatives – scientists and specialists in the quantum field from more than 65 countries – was held via videoconference. Topical issues in this area, current achievements and development prospects, speeches of famous specialists were discussed, and a countdown was launched to the first global celebration on April 14, 2022.

Quantum technologies are future technologies.

Fig 1. “World Quantum Day” online session. Speech by the organizer of the event, Professor of the University of Lisbon Y. Omar.
Fig 2. Scientific report opening the session: Prof. Alain Aspect (Institut d’Optique Graduate School, Université Paris-Saclay) “From Einstein to Wheeler: Wave-Particle duality of a single photon”
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