Affiliated Research Centers
Q-NEXT will create a focused, connected ecosystem to deliver quantum interconnects, to establish national foundries, and to demonstrate communication links, networks of sensors, and simulation testbeds.
HEPL supports interdisciplinary research programs in fundamental science and engineering and provides unique research and educational opportunities for undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students.
The Ginzton Laboratory is an interdisciplinary research lab that explores the most exciting and productive areas at the overlap between engineering and the sciences.
Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics includes a strong focus on fundamental questions about the new physics underlying the Standard Models of particle physics, cosmology, and gravity; and the nature and applications of our basic frameworks (quantum field theory and string theory) for attacking these questions. Our research also includes a major emphasis on the novel phenomena in condensed matter physics that emerge in systems with many degrees of freedom.
The Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials (GLAM) is an independent laboratory that supports and fosters interdisciplinary education and research on advanced materials in science and engineering. GLAM’s educational goals include undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students.