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Chenxu Liu is a graduate student in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Pittsburgh.

He works in the Pekker Lab on understanding the dynamics of various driven-dissipative quantum systems and their possible applications to operational quantum computers. He focuses on answering the question of how to achieve efficient and high fidelity manipulation of both matter and photon qubits in order to improve entangled state preparation, gate operation, transmission and detection of the resulting states of the qubits.

Chenxu was a PQI Graduate Student Research Fellow in 2018/2019.

Dengyu Yang is a third year graduate student studying physics at the University of Pittsburgh. She describes how her mindset has evolved over the course of her studies and offers advice for new students.

Xing Yee Gan is a fifth year graduate student studying materials chemistry at the University of Pittsburgh. She describes how her mindset has evolved over the course of her studies and offers advice for new students.

Olivia Lanes is a sixth year graduate student studying physics at the University of Pittsburgh. She describes how her mindset has evolved over the course of her studies and offers advice for new students.

Amanda Dumi is a third year graduate student studying computational chemistry at the University of Pittsburgh. She describes how her mindset has evolved over the course of her studies and offers advice for new students.