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Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series: Riccardo Manenti, PhD [scalable quantum computing systems] (Rigetti)

About the Series: The Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series is hosted by the Quantum Engineering Graduate Association (QEGA) every Friday at 12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT throughout the summer months and will be followed by a separate Fall series. The series invites leading world leading experts across academia, industry, and government working on experimental, theoretical, […]

Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series: Nick Bronn, PhD [NISQ era quantum computing] (IBM)

About the Series: The Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series is hosted by the Quantum Engineering Graduate Association (QEGA) every Friday at 12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT throughout the summer months and will be followed by a separate Fall series. The series invites leading world leading experts across academia, industry, and government working on experimental, theoretical, […]

Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series: Peter McMahon, PhD [quantum annealing] (Cornell University)

About the Series: The Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series is hosted by the Quantum Engineering Graduate Association (QEGA) every Friday at 12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT throughout the summer months and will be followed by a separate Fall series. The series invites leading world leading experts across academia, industry, and government working on experimental, theoretical, […]

Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series: Prineha Narang, PhD [computational quantum dynamics] (Harvard University)

About the Series: The Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series is hosted by the Quantum Engineering Graduate Association (QEGA) every Friday at 12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT throughout the summer months and will be followed by a separate Fall series. The series invites leading world leading experts across academia, industry, and government working on experimental, theoretical, […]

Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series: Hannes Bernien, PhD [trapped ion systems] (University of Chicago)

About the Series: The Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series is hosted by the Quantum Engineering Graduate Association (QEGA) every Friday at 12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT throughout the summer months and will be followed by a separate Fall series. The series invites leading world leading experts across academia, industry, and government working on experimental, theoretical, […]

Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series: Sinead Griffin, PhD [novel qubit materials design] (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

About the Series: The Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series is hosted by the Quantum Engineering Graduate Association (QEGA) every Friday at 12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT throughout the summer months and will be followed by a separate Fall series. The series invites leading world leading experts across academia, industry, and government working on experimental, theoretical, […]

Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series: William Oliver, PhD [superconducting qubits] (MIT and MIT Lincoln Labs)

About the Series: The Quantum Engineering Summer Seminar Series is hosted by the Quantum Engineering Graduate Association (QEGA) every Friday at 12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT throughout the summer months and will be followed by a separate Fall series. The series invites leading world leading experts across academia, industry, and government working on experimental, theoretical, […]

ESE Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “Creating dynamical robots of different morphologies and sizes through automatic origami design”

The morphology of a robot, especially as it pertains to both the scale and the shape of the machine, represents a critical set of design choices that are often overlooked in favor of using familiar rigid links to construct kinematic chains. In contrast to these traditional construction methods, the nascent field of origami robots provides […]

ESE Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “Learning Environmental Models with Multi-Robot Teams Using a Dynamical Systems Approach”

Robots have the capability to sense and track natural phenomena for environmental monitoring, deepening our understanding of the world. Robotic modeling of such phenomena is essential to operating in complex environments, allowing robots to perform in more realistic scenarios. Thus, representing complex environments is paramount to the success of multi-robot teams. While considerable efforts have […]

ESE Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “Optical and Spin Dynamics of Quantum Emitters in Hexagonal Boron Nitride at Room Temperature”

Hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) is a van der Waals material that hosts defect-based quantum emitters (QEs) at room temperature, providing an unparalleled platform for realizing devices for quantum technologies and studying light-matter interactions. Recent observations suggest the existence of multiple distinct defect structures responsible for QEs. Theoretical proposals suggest vacancies, substitutional atoms, and their complexes as likely […]

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