The Arizona Quantum Initiative — AQuI —at the University of Arizona is focused on building Arizona as a world leader in quantum information science and engineering (QISE). Leaning into the University’s HSI designation, “aquí” means “here” in Spanish. Here, in the Sonoran Desert, the University of Arizona is accelerating a new world of applications built on quantum technology. Our mission is to deliver quality education, cutting-edge research, and effective partnerships, attracting talent and investment to quantum technology development in Arizona. The AQuI Inaugural Workshop, April 12-14, 2023, will be held on the University of Arizona campus in Tucson, Arizona, featuring leading experts in the field of quantum networking; sensing and imaging; communications and networks; materials, devices and systems; and regulatory compliance to discuss recent research findings from the University of Arizona. This interdisciplinary community of faculty, students, and research scientists span the university, including the Wyant College of Optical Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Science (Astronomy & Steward Observatory, Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science), and the Rogers College of Law. Guests will include speakers from around the country in the field. Building upon the success of CQN, the NSF Engineering Research Center headquartered at UArizona, the AQuI initiative will focus on novel applications of quantum information science and engineering, particularly in biological sciences, astronomy, and machine learning. The event is sponsored by The University of Arizona Research Innovation and Impact (RII), Tech Launch Arizona (TLA) and NSF-ERC Center for Quantum Networks (CQN).
Apr 12, 2023 - Apr 14, 2023
Tucson, United States
9:30 am (GMT-07:00)
Physicists and physics students
The University of Arizona and the NSF-ERC Center for Quantum Networks
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