Michael Hatridge receives 2021 Chancellor’s Distinguished Research Award
The Chancellor's Distinguished Research Award annually recognizes outstanding scholarly accomplishments of members of the University of Pittsburgh's faculty. Junior Scholars include faculty members who have demonstrated great potential through the quality of their early contributions.
Professor Michael Hatridge is an outstanding researcher and has made significant contributions to the field of quantum information and quantum computing. He has won multiple awards including the 2020 Alfred Sloan Research Fellowship and the 2019 NSF CAREER Award, and his research has been published by Nature, Science, Applied Physics Letters, and more.