How the scientific, education and industry components of CUbit work together

The mission of the CUbit Quantum Initiative, illustrated as a modern version of an ancient Greek temple, viewed from the front. Rising from a wide horizontal base labeled "Science First" are four pillars representing CUbit's main research areas, which are Quantum Sensing and Metrology, Quantum Networks and Communications, Quantum Materials and Dynamics and Quantum Computing and Simulation. Resting horizontally atop those research pillars are four layers of beams representing CUbit's ultimate goals, which are Graduate and Undergraduate Education and Training, Technology Translation and Technologist Transfer, U.S. Industry and Workforce and, near the peaked top of the structure, National Competitiveness, National Security and the U.S. economy.