Stanford’s Quantum Fundamentals, ARchitecture and Machines initiative (Q-FARM) is an interdisciplinary initiative woven throughout the university. Q-FARM harnesses the expertise and facilities of Stanford University and SLAC to accelerate the development of quantum information science for national competitiveness and to address today's most difficult research challenges.
Q-FARM PEOPLE are quantum researchers across Stanford and SLAC. Their research focuses on
- Quantum Materials
- Quantum Computing/Networking Devices
- Quantum Computer Circuits & Scaling
- Quantum Simulation
- Fundamentals: Algorithms, Fundamental Physics, Post-Quantum Crypto, Fault-Tolerant Strategies
- Quantum Sensing, Metrology, Imaging
Q-FARM EVENTS include bi-weekly seminars designed to strengthen Stanford’s quantum community and increase collaboration. If you’re unable to join in person, Q-FARM seminars are available as VIDEOS. Please note that there are some exceptions.
MORE ABOUT Q-FARM
OPPORTUNITIES - Q-FARM funding, fellowships, and visiting faculty.
IN THE NEWS - collection of quantum news at Stanford, including awards, research, and more.
Q-FARM NEWSLETTER - a succinct look at the past quarter’s news.
Archive: July 2020, issue #1
CONTACT Q-FARM - If you have any quantum related queries, or to request being added to our mailing list (available to Stanford students and affiliates only) email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.