Workshop

Analog Computational Methods Workshop

Speaker(s): 
Multiple Speakers
Dates: 
Monday, August 17, 2020 - 10:00am to Wednesday, August 19, 2020 - 3:30pm

Register and attend the online Analog Computational Methods workshop for free taking place August 17th-19th with morning and afternoon sessions that include visiting speaker talks and panel sessions. 

Workshop Theme: Can we make classical analog computers that beat classical digital computers for at least some computational problems?

Thank you to Drs. David Snoke and Vincent Liu for organizing this event!

Workshop on Electron Probe MicroAnalysis

Speaker(s): 
Vern Robertson, Peter McSwiggen
Dates: 
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 9:30am to 3:00pm

This workshop is sponsored by PINSE/NFCF, JEOL and Three Rivers Microscopy Society (3RMS).  

The workshop will provide an introduction to the world of electron microprobe and also cover some more advanced applications such as low keV analysis and effects of contamination.  Some of these topics are also of interest to EDS users. This workshop is for anyone, and we welcome those who have zero knowledge of EPMA but might be interested in applications to your own research.  EPMA is similar to EDS, but offers more elemental precision, with higher peak to background ratios and easier...

Finding Funding: Resources & Opportunities for New Researchers

Speaker(s): 
Ryan Champagne
Dates: 
Thursday, January 25, 2018 - 10:00am to 11:00am

An introductory session to Pivot led by Ryan Champagne from the Office of Research and Robin Kear from the University Library System. The hands-on session will provide an overview of this resource and how it may be used to find funding and collaboration opportunities to support your research. Additional resources related to funding competitions coordinated within the University, as well as funding programs for early career faculty, will also be presented.

 

Finding Funding: Resources & Opportunities for New Researchers

  • By Burcu Ozden
  • 24 January 2018

An introductory session to Pivot led by Ryan Champagne from the Office of Research and Robin Kear from the University Library System. The hands-on session will provide an overview of this resource and how it may be used to find funding and collaboration opportunities to support your research. Additional resources related to funding competitions coordinated within the University, as well as funding programs for early career faculty, will also be presented.
Please bring a laptop or another device with Web access.​

Date:  Thursday, January 25, 2018
Location:  Hillman Library, Digital Scholarship Commons, G-49​
Register Here https://pitt.libcal.com/event/3808929

Spring School on Quantum Computation

  • By Burcu Ozden
  • 24 January 2018

The 3.5-day Spring school will bring TCS researchers up to speed on the current excitement in quantum computing. The past decade had marked tremendous experimental progress, from one or two-qubit devices to dozens of qubits and more. What are the theoretical models for such devices, and what are their prospects? Can they be classically simulated, and if not, can they accomplish algorithmic speed-ups? What are the obstacles to full-blown fault-tolerant quantum computation? And what does all this tell us about complexity theory, cryptography, and quantum information?

Southwest Quantum Information and Technology

  • By Leena Aggarwal
  • 8 January 2018

SQuInT is a consortium of universities, national labs, and industrial labs, with concentration in the southwestern United States. The SQuInT meeting has a strong tradition of mixing invited talks from world-class leading researchers with talks by junior researchers across the SQuInT network, to promote an interactive environment. The meeting brings together the broad community of researchers in Quantum Information Science, including experimental physicists, theorists, and computer scientists.

The 20th Annual SQuInT Workshop is being organized by the Center for Quantum Information and Control (CQuIC). The CQuIC is a research center co-located at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque and the University of Arizona in Tucson. Research at CQuIC is focused on on quantum information and computation, quantum control and measurement, quantum metrology, and quantum optics and communication, and they have extensive theoretical and experimental research programs in all these areas

    Workshop on 2D Quantum Metamaterials

    • By Leena Aggarwal
    • 8 January 2018

    The workshop on 2D Quantum Metamaterials is dedicated to the commonalities between fabrication, theoretical prediction, and alternative approaches to tunable quantum materials, including cold-atom realizations. Theoretical efforts served by this new simulation platform include Hubbard model systems, design of 2D materials, and other exotic materials.

    The workshop will be organized around:

    1. all-invited talks by leading researchers

    2. breakout sessions for discussions and future plan

    3. published Workshop Summary Report

     

    Quantum Decision Theory Workshop 2018

    • By Leena Aggarwal
    • 20 December 2017

    The goal of this two-day workshop is to bring together decision/game theorists and physicists to find a common language in discussing uncertainty. It is organized by the Game Theory Group of the University of Pécs. There will be dominantly invited talks by quantum information scientists and game theorists. Contributed posters are welcome.​

    Registration deadline: Friday, December 22, 2017
    Submission deadline: Friday, December 1, 2017

    Quantum Information Science and Engineering Network: Building "Triplets" to Bridge Academia and Industry

    • By Leena Aggarwal
    • 13 December 2017

    Quantum Information Science and Engineering Network (QISE-NET) is housed at the Chicago Quantum Exchange, an intellectual hub and partnership for advancing academic and industrial efforts in the science and engineering of quantum information. QISE-NET is built "Triplets" to Bridge Academia and Industry which is sponsored by the National Science Foundation within the “Quantum Leap” and “Growing Convergent Research” Big Ideas. TRIPLETS program offers excellent opportunities for graduate students in all areas of quantum information science and engineering.

     

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