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Shoucheng Zhang Conference on Quantum Science and Engineering

Event Details:

Friday, April 7, 2023
8:30am - 8:00pm PDT


Stanford Alumni Center
326 Galvez St.
Lane/Lyons/Lodato Room
Stanford, CA 94305
United States

The Shoucheng Zhang Conference for Quantum Science and Engineering is an annual event that brings together the Stanford community of quantum science and engineering. The conference is named in honor of the late Professor Shoucheng Zhang, a visionary scientist and mentor who has made profound impact on many areas of condensed matter physics.

The conference showcases the latest research and discoveries by faculty members and graduate fellows of the Shoucheng Zhang Fellowship program, a prestigious program that supports outstanding young scholars in the field of quantum science and engineering. In addition, the conference will also feature a special lecture by a distinguished external speaker as the Shoucheng Zhang Lecturer. Through this conference, we aim to foster interdisciplinary collaborations, inspire new ideas and discoveries, and honor the legacy of Professor Zhang, whose creativity, passion, and dedication to science has inspired generations of researchers.

The online registration has closed. You are welcome to register onsite. Onsite registrations will be taken based on the room capacity. 


Shoucheng Zhang Fellows

  • Aaron Charnay (Chemistry, 2021 fellow)
  • Chaitrali Duse (Applied Physics, 2021 fellow)
  • Dan Eniceicu (Physics, 2020 fellow)
  • Oleksiy Krutko (Electrical Engineering, 2020 fellow)

Faculty Members

  • Andrei Bernevig (Physics, Princeton University, Zhang Lecturer)
  • Adam Bouland (Computer Science)
  • David Goldhaber-Gordon (Physics)
  • Todd Martinez (Chemistry)
  • Jelena Vuckovic (Electrical Engineering)


  • Yi Cui, Patrick Hayden, Steven Kivelson, and Xiao-Liang Qi


Image compliments of the artist, Pamela Davis Kivelson

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