Webinar

Materials for Quantum Computing: An Interview with Prof. Chris Van de Walle

Speaker(s): 
Chris Van de Walle
Dates: 
Thursday, October 14, 2021 - 11:00am

A Materials Design User Group Meeting webinar

Quantum computing is heralding a paradigm change in information and simulation technology. Perhaps more than ever before, the practical realization of this fascinating opportunity hinges on the control of materials properties at the atomic level. As a leading expert in this field, Prof. Van de Walle will provide answers to key questions concerning the actual status of this technology, the current materials, the obstacles and challenges, and the perspectives for the discovery and optimization of novel materials.

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Development of a More Inclusive Quantum Workforce

Speaker(s): 
Multiple Speakers
Dates: 
Friday, November 6, 2020 - 3:00pm

Charles Robinson (IBM), Julie Love (Microsoft), Thomas Searles (Howard U.), Diana Franklin (U. of Chicago, Q-12 Partnership) discuss how to create a more inclusive quantum workforce in this QED-C hosted panel webinar.

Zoom link: https://stanford.zoom.us/j/92246708740?pwd=dXFVejFnZW1iMWhKUFNDazRwRFBxdz09

Passcode: 121936

NSF's Big Ideas: Understanding the Rules of Life and The Quantum Leap

Speaker(s): 
Angela Wilson
Dates: 
Thursday, April 12, 2018 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Join Angela Wilson of NSF, Cynthia Burrows of the University of Utah, Theodore Goodson of the University of Michigan, and Glenn Ruskin of ACS for an introduction of two of the most impactful "Big Ideas" as well as an overview of this innovative NSF program that will advance prosperity, security, health, and well-being in the United States.

Learn more about : "Why Quantum entangled processes may play a role in our understanding of biological processes?"

DARPA : Young Faculty Award (YFA) Proposers Day Web Event

Speaker(s): 
DARPA
Dates: 
Tuesday, August 29, 2017 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm

DARPA will present its Young Faculty Award webinar tomorrow afternoon (2PM-5PM- Tuesday August 29); the Office of Research will host a viewing of the event. Interested early career faculty may contact Ryan Champagne or register online- there is space available. DARPA’s webinars provide an introduction to the agency, describe program requirements, and provide an opportunity to ask questions to the program manager. 

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