Wednesday, June 3, 2020
For the 2020-21 academic year, Q-FARM will award a pair of two-year fellowships each worth $50,000. Interested applicants must be Stanford PhD students working on quantum measurement, quantum materials, quantum information, quantum optics or a related area. The fellowship is only open to students who have already completed at least one full year of PhD study at Stanford.
Q-FARM (Quantum Fundamentals, Architectures and Machines) is Stanford's initiative in quantum science and engineering, supported by seed funding by the university and SLAC.