NSF funds graduate student training program QISE-Net
Graduate students Erzsebet Vincent (left) and Paul Klimov (now at Google) investigate quantum bits in semiconductors at the University of Chicago’s (UChicago) Institute for Molecular Engineering. The institute is heading a new, nationwide graduate student training program for quantum science and engineering called Quantum Information Science and Engineering Network (QISE-Net), funded by the National Science Foundation.
[QISE-Net is supported by NSF grant DMR 17-47426.] Read more in the UChicago news story Nationwide program launches to train new generation of quantum engineers. (Date image taken: 2017; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: June 27, 2019)
Credit: David Awschalom, University of Chicago
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