New $25-million center to advance quantum science and engineering

EurekAlert  July 21, 2020
A team of researchers (Harvard University, MIT, Stanford University, University of Delaware, University of Oregon, University of New Mexico, NIST, Los Alamos National Laboratory, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratory) led by the Colorado University is launching a new quantum science and engineering research center under a grant from NSF. Quantum Systems through Entangled Science and Engineering (Q-SEnSE) will explore several “grand challenges” including quantum phenomena, such as quantum entanglement, will advance new frontiers in measurement science; how quantum sensing can help researchers to discover new fundamental physics; and how researchers can turn those advancements into real-world technologies…read more.

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