Quantum Computing, Communication, and Sensing

    Our work focuses on developing the next substrate of computing, communication and sensing. We work all the way from new materials to superconducting devices to quantum computers to theory.


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    Adam Belay, Manya Ghobadi, Stefanie Mueller, and Julian Shun are all being promoted to associate professor with tenure.

    The Institute also ranks second in five subject areas.

    Fellowship funds graduate studies for outstanding immigrants and children of immigrants.

    The advance offers a way to characterize a fundamental resource needed for quantum computing.

    Engelward, Oliver, Rothman, and Vuletić are recognized for their efforts to advance science.

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