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Opportunities

A key priority of Q-FARM is the necessity for better connecting the community and making it more visible to those outside Stanford.

Visiting Faculty Program

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The Visiting Faculty program brings together the world's leading quantum researchers to foster new collaborations at Stanford. Q-FARM is currently soliciting nominations for the 2019-20 academic year. The visiting faculty member should work in quantum measurement, quantum materials, quantum information, quantum optics or a related area and will be expected to give a lecture in the Q-FARM seminar, a departmental colloquium, or other suitable campus venue.

Postdoc & Student Fellowships

  • Q-FARM invites applications for the 2020 Q-FARM Postdoctoral Fellowships. ...

  • For the 2019-20 academic year, Q-FARM will award a two year fellowship worth $50,000/a to a Stanford PhD student working on quantum measurement, quantum materials, quantum information, quantum optics or a related area. ...

Funding Opportunities

The federal government has prioritized research in QSE, creating substantial new opportunities. You can find federal agencies’ program announcements on their websites and on Grants.Gov. The Dean of Research office provides a data feed from Grants.Gov and Pivot as well as links to internal funding opportunities, and limited submission applications.