IBM-Qnet membership enables access to all of IBM’s quantum computers, along with software and algorithm development, tutorials, application-targeted algorithm suites, and more. The network also provides research collaboration opportunities with industry and academic institutions around the world.
Stanford has a great opportunity to extract many benefits from joining the QED-C and to contribute as a leader in every aspect of its mission. Read more
Founded in January of 2019, the Stanford Quantum Computing Association (SQCA) aims to prepare, provide, and produce a community of undergraduate and graduate Stanford students interested and excited about Quantum Computing, Quantum Engineering and Quantum Information.
Stanford quantum physicist Monika Schleier-Smith has been named a 2020 fellow of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for her creative approach to studying many-particle quantum systems. Read more
Kfir, top photo, is in the Physics department and Ryotatsu, pictured bottom, is in Applied Physics. We are happy to welcome them to Q-FARM!
Mark M. Wilde is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Center for Computation and Technology at Louisiana State University. He has been on sabbatical visiting Q-FARM from January through December 2020.
Read Professor Wilde's reflection on his past year at Stanford
Advisor: Prof. Hideo Mabuchi Mabuchilab.org
Q-FARM Fellowships are awarded to students working on quantum measurement, quantum materials, quantum information, quantum optics or a related area.