UW’s Dr. Xiaodong Xu, the University of Hong Kong, and PNNL have been working on advancements in quantum materials, reporting that light can trigger a form of magnetism in nonmagnetic materials.
IBM is sponsoring this month-long QEC summer school for undergraduate and graduate students. Applications will be accepted until March 3rd. Click to learn more and apply.
We are excited to be able to search at the Associate and Assistant professor level in Mechanical Engineering for this position, which is part of a cross-campus and cross-college effort to build a scientific community in QISE.
The 2022 AQET Fellowship Application is live! Please click here to learn more about the program, and submit your application via Google form. Deadline is March 15th.
Washington State University and the quantum computer hardware manufacturer IonQ join NQN keystone partners Microsoft, the University of Washington and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to continue building out a regional hub for QIS economic and workforce development.
New NSF Grant will found the Center for Integration of Modern Optoelectronic Materials on Demand (IMOD) led by director David Ginger. IMOD, QX, and NQN will be launching a Quantum Training Testbed.
UW ECE is proud to welcome Sara Mouradian (left) and Rahul Trivedi (right) as new assistant professors in March 2022 and January 2023, respectively. Mouradian and Trivedi each specialize in quantum information science and technology, or QIST.
The InQubator for Quantum Simulation as a call for workshops to be held for 1-2 weeks in 2022 and 2023, in the Institute for Nuclear Theory (INT). Topics should focus on nuclear physics, quantum simulation, and generally quantum information science.
In quantum computing, UW scientists see the building blocks of the next technological revolution.