At Quaxys, we believe that practical skills-based training for the next generation of engineers holds the key to rapidly scaling business solutions across our most critical industries.View Courses
With over a decade of expertise in quantum computing, radar and satellite communication systems, and microwave plasma technology, our team continually re-examines developing trends across technology sectors. By focusing on learner centered course design and employer outcomes, Quaxys’ modular approach to every day training needs ensures that companies can always access a customized training program that meets their needs.
Quaxys is strategically based out of southern Maryland, one of the major hubs for quantum technologies and federal interest in RF and microwave engineering. Our proximity to the University of Maryland, home to world-class researchers in emergent technologies, also ensures that our approach to delivering high quality educational courses guarantees that content remains relevant and cutting edge across all of our customers’ target areas.
Quaxys is a member of the mid-Atlantic quantum alliance (MQA) and Quantum Startup Foundry at the University of Maryland (UMD) and works closely with leading research institutes and companies.
Quaxys is based in Maryland, one of the very few excellent places in the world for developing quantum technologies. We constantly get feedback and exchange knowledge with world-class researchers at the University of Maryland, where some of them are pioneers in developing quantum technologies. This opportunity, together with our constant exchange with world-class scientists and industry, helps us to keep ourselves at the forefront of developing exceptional products that form the future of the quantum technology.
Quaxys is a member of the mid-Atlantic quantum alliance (MQA) and Quantum Startup Foundry at the University of Maryland (UMD) and works closely with world-leading research institutes and companies.
At Quaxys Academy our goal is to train the future generation of engineers in quantum computing, microwave and RF engineering, radio astronomy, and microwave plasma technology.