The Quantum Future: A Conversation with Experts on Quantum Technologies
A glimpse into our Quantum Future with short talks by NSF-funded experts on the future of quantum computing, communications, networks and microscopy. Geared for a non-technical audience, these researchers convey how decades of federal investments in quantum research are shaping the future of technology. Presented by the National Science Foundation on Capitol Hill on July 10, 2020. Moderated by NSF COO Dr. Fleming Crim Featured panelists: Dr. Theodore Goodson, University of Michigan Dr. Natalie Brown, Georgia Tech Dr. Aram Harrow, MIT Dr. Kai-Mei Fu, University of Washington Dr. Edo Waks, University of Maryland
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