- SCIENCE CAFE (ongoing) Taking science from dusty lecture halls to cozy public houses, Science Cafe gives all science and coffee lovers an opportunity to enjoy a non-technical 30-40 minute presentation covering a timely scientific topic given by an expert together with a cup of coffee or a drink. The presentation will be followed by questions and comments to the expert and continue with free discussion between all interested participants.
- QUANTUM GAME JAM (ongoing) is a game jam that brings together scientists and game makers to create games that help quantum physicists to solve scientific problems and teach intuition of quantum phenomena. Organized since 2014.
- QUANTUM GARDEN (2018) is an interactive piece of art and much more - by playing Quantum Garden everyone can be part of this revolution and help us building the quantum computer! It is connected to Quantum Black Box, a sophisticated software device developed by quantum physicists of TQT and the Centre for Quantum Engineering of Aalto University.
- PARTING THE WAVES (2017) is an artistic collaboration with the British art duo Semiconductor Films. "Parting the Waves takes the visual language and method of quantum simulations, as a framework for exploring how science describes and attempts to harness the quantum realm."
- ABOAGORA (2016) is a symposium which brings together various aspects of academia, the arts, and society. This exciting annual event consists of interdisciplinary discussions, workshops, and diverse artistic interventions. The Symposium offers a forum for researchers, artists, and the public to establish new dialogues and new forms of collaboration.
- INSIDE THE LIGHT: THE MYSTERY OF LIGHT IN QUANTUM PHYSICS (2011) A documentary about one of the mysteries which have fascinated mankind since the beginnings: the nature of light. By visiting the laboratories of two of the most important quantum physics research groups, led by Professor Serge Haroche, and Professor Wolfgang Lange, the documentary tries to describe the world of the infinitely small, with its paradoxes and its laws.
- QUANTUM CIRCUS (2011) Entangling science and art, Quantum Circus took quantum physicists from Turku on stage together with circus performers to give a glimpse to the quantum world through atoms walking on tightropes, states teleporting from trampoline to acrobat and ultracold cowboy inquiring about the fate of Schrödinger's cat. This performance, given as part of the Future Circus Festival, defied gravity, awed the audience and told how creativity and imagination have always guided the mind of a theoretical physicist.