Hello from Q-FARM:
Recently our attention has been drawn to the outstanding connections available to us in our real- and virtual-lives. Patrick and I marvel at the immutable spirit of innovation and a community that continues to thrive in many new and unexpected ways.
Inspired by our first Q-FARM retreat in December, we are continuing along the theme of connections for our third newsletter.
- We have tremendous opportunities available with Quantum Economic Development Consortia (QED-C) and IBM Qnet, which allows access and support to quantum computers.
- Meet our 2021-22 Bloch Fellows: two have already joined us, and the others will join us in late summer.
- Making connections with undergraduates, graduates and faculty, is the Stanford Quantum Computing Association. The student-run group is helping grow interest and share information in areas of quantum research.
Do you have an idea or suggestion, please connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org – we'd love to hear from you!
Jelena & Patrick
Opportunities Abound! IBM Qnet and QED-C
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
Our 2021-22 Bloch Fellows
- Yujun Deng
- Ryan Duncan
- Nick Hunter-Jones
- Alex May
- Henry Maxfield
- Mihir Pendharkar
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.
Q-FARM Newsletter • Issue 3 • April 2021 • Contact Q-FARM: email@example.com