JQI Fellows, postdocs, and students actively engage our community and the broader public in science.
We conduct curiosity-driven research that explores the most basic building blocks of nature with an eye toward potential applications in information science and technology.
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- March 27, 2023 11:00 amJQI Seminar
Chemical Approaches for Quantum Information Science
Danna FreedmanMassachusetts Institute of Technology
- April 3, 2023 11:00 amJQI Seminar
Quantum super-chemistry: Reactions of atomic and molecular superfluids
Cheng ChinUniversity of Chicago
- April 10, 2023 11:00 amJQI Seminar
Joe AumentadoNational Institute of Standards and Technology
Equivalence between fermion-to-qubit mappings in two spatial dimensions, , PRX Quantum, 4, (2023)
Incommensurate many-body localization in the presence of long-range hopping and single-particle mobility edge, , Physical Review B, 107, (2023)
In search of Majorana, , Nature Physics, (2023)
The online seminars that sprung up in response to COVID have shown that presentations about cutting edge research can be made available to a much broader group of people than traditionally had access. We are very excited to develop new ways to augment this content and allow people to engage with it, learning the language and context of modern quantum research.