OSTP quantum division highlights Q-SEnSE leadership in quantum sensing

OSTP quantum division highlights Q-SEnSE leadership in quantum sensing

Dec. 3, 2020

Charles Tahan, Assistant Director for Quantum Information Science at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), featured Q-SEnSE in the Dec. 3 "Letters from the NQCO Director," highlighting its leadership in quantum sensing and key "quantum questions" the NSF Quantum Leap Challenge Institute aims to address.

Now hiring: The new quantum workforce

"Now hiring: The new quantum workforce" highlights research findings from Q-SEnSE investigator Heather Lewandowski

Oct. 29, 2020

Scientists believe we are living in the Second Quantum Revolution, a period of rapid advances in technology based on discoveries in quantum science. Companies from IBM and Google to small startups are eager to create and perfect these new technologies—and that requires training a new kind of workforce.

New $25-million center to advance quantum science and engineering

New $25-million center to advance quantum science and engineering

July 29, 2020

CU Boulder will receive a $25 million award from NSF to launch a new quantum science and engineering research center. The new center will be led by physicist Jun Ye and is a partnership with 11 other research organizations in the United States and abroad.