Hello from Q-FARM:
Reflecting on the accomplishments of Q-FARM students and faculty during the past (very unusual!) quarters brings us tremendous joy. Please continue reading the highlights that we are so proud to share!
- Professor Monika Schleier-Smith awarded MacArthur Genius Grant
- Kfir Dolev and Ryotatsu Yanagimoto: 2020-21 Q-FARM Fellowship Awardees
- New Faculty
- LSU Prof. Mark Wilde shares his experience as visiting faculty during pandemic
- We join Q-NEXT National Quantum Center
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Wishing you a wonderful holiday season!
Jelena & Patrick
Professor Monika Schleier-Smith awarded MacArthur Genius Grant
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
Meet the 2020-21 Q-FARM Fellowship Awardees: Kfir Dolev and Ryotatsu Yanagimoto
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!
Welcome New Interdisciplinary Faculty
From left to right: Adam Bouland (Computer Science), Dan Congreve (Electrical Engineering), Vedika Khemani (Physics), Andy Mannix (Material Science)
The Wilde Experience
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
Q-FARM Newsletter • Issue 2 • December 2020 • Contact Q-FARM: email@example.com