Workshop on Quantum Engineering Infrastructure
The University of Minnesota is hosting a Workshop on Quantum Engineering Infrastructure bringing together leading research in quantum information sciences & engineering and nanofabrication from the US as well as Europe. Via a series of invited talks and breakout sessions, both short- and long-term solutions to fabrication infrastructure for quantum systems will be discussed. This workshop is aimed to inform the community of quantum researchers as to how their projects can be supported by the NNCI network, and help to inform a strategic vision for the future of quantum fabrication infrastructure.
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) - Award# ECCS-2124834
Logistics provided by the Cornell NanoScale Facility (CNF).
Location and Date
The sessions will be held on Zoom from Noon - 4:30 PM Eastern time on the following dates:
- Tuesday, April 13
- Wednesday, April 14
- Thursday, April 15
Each day will provide overview presentations on a key aspect of quantum technology, as well as information about NNCI node capabilities. Then focused sessions on an aspect of quantum information technology will be provided. At the end of each day, breakout sessions will be held to develop ideas to address key challenges in the day's talks.
Registration (deadline 4/9/2021)
Dr. Matthew McCune (ECCS) and Dr. Lawrence Goldberg (ECCS)
For registration questions, please contact Rebecca Vliet.
For general workshop questions, please contact Steven Koester.