Kai-Mei Fu, Charlie Marcus, and research leaders at Northwest Quantum Nexus partner companies take a look at the road ahead for academic research, business development and government backing.
Among 4 U.S. Department of Defense proposals totaling $500 million, the UW is leading a $250 million proposal for a Pacific Northwest Quantum Hub focused on technology to support research in quantum computing. Industry partners include Amazon, Intel, Microsoft, Micron, and IonQ, which recently announced plans to build a quantum computing research and manufacturing facility in Bothell, WA. Academic partners are PNNL, WSU, Boise State University, and the University of Oregon. UW physics professor Charlie Marcus is the lead investigator on the proposal.
Director Panchanathan toured the QuantumX lab, where cutting-edge instrumentation supports barrier-breaking research and will train the next generation of quantum engineers.
Nancy Allbritton, Dean of the UW College of Engineering, and Dianne Harris, Dean of the UW College of Arts & Sciences, call on Washington state to accelerate investment in quantum information science & engineering in this op-ed for the Seattle Times.
Asking deep – possibly unknowable – questions has been the driving force behind professor Charles Marcus’s entire life.
University of Washington teams EyeQ and I-Tummy discuss their recent wins at the NQN Winter Hackathon.
Check out this Q&A between UW News and Prof. Fu about the importance of quantum research.
Get an update on AQET, UW”s groundbreaking research traineeship in QISE.
Get to know the Quantum Technologies Training and Testbed Lab’s new director, Max Parsons, in his Q&A with QuantumX.
The UW Graduate Certificate in Quantum Information Science and Engineering provides students with a robust, interdisciplinary experience that explores how this new field relates to other areas within science, technology, engineering and mathematics.