Colorado School of Mines to launch quantum engineering minor

Lincoln Carr to serve at U.S. State Department as Jefferson Science Fellow

Meenakshi Singh wins NSF CAREER Award for quantum dot research

SERENA ELEY WINS NSF CAREER AWARD TO DEVELOP BUILDING BLOCKS OF NEXT-GEN SPINTRONICS, QUANTUM COMPUTING

Quantum industry needs engineers. Colorado School of Mines is co-sponsoring NSF workshop to build the educational roadmap

MINES RESEARCHERS ON THE HUNT FOR “GHOST PARTICLES” WITH QUANTUM SENSORS

Mines to launch graduate program in quantum engineering

Colorado School of Mines contributing to Fermilab’s $115M National Quantum Initiative Center to build revolutionary quantum computer

Keck Foundation grants Mines, DU $1M for quantum research

Complex qubit network could speed up quantum computing

COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES TO LAUNCH QUANTUM ENGINEERING MINOR
New minor will prepare undergraduates for varied careers in growing field of quantum technology

NEW ON THE CONVEYOR PODCAST: LEADING THE SECOND QUANTUM REVOLUTION
Meenakshi Singh, assistant professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines, explains why we’re seeing a quantum surge, what this evolving technology will enable us to do in the near future and how Mi …

LINCOLN CARR TO SERVE AT U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT AS JEFFERSON SCIENCE FELLOW
“Quantum information science and technology (QIST) is at a crucial juncture,” said Carr, a professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines.

MEENAKSHI SINGH WINS NSF CAREER AWARD FOR QUANTUM DOT RESEARCH
Acting as “artificial atoms,” quantum dots are used in widely ranging contexts, from tests of molecule formation to quantum computing.

SERENA ELEY WINS NSF CAREER AWARD TO DEVELOP BUILDING BLOCKS OF NEXT-GEN SPINTRONICS, QUANTUM COMPUTING
A rapidly advancing research area, spintronics explores methods to exploit a property of electrons to encode information faster and in a more energy efficient fashion than conventional computing elect …

QUANTUM INDUSTRY NEEDS ENGINEERS. COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES IS CO-SPONSORING NSF WORKSHOP TO BUILD THE EDUCATIONAL ROADMAP
The goal of the two-day NSF Workshop on Quantum Engineering Education on Feb. 25-26 is to build a roadmap to establishing the robust and diverse student pipeline and educational infrastructure that th …

MINES RESEARCHERS ON THE HUNT FOR “GHOST PARTICLES” WITH QUANTUM SENSORS
In findings published last week in the journal Physical Review Letters, an interdisciplinary team led by Mines and Lawrence Livermore National Lab demonstrated the power of using nuclear decay in high …

COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES CONTRIBUTING TO FERMILAB’S $115M NATIONAL QUANTUM INITIATIVE CENTER TO BUILD REVOLUTIONARY QUANTUM COMPUTER
Led by Physics Associate Professor Eliot Kapit, Mines researchers will contribute to the center’s quantum computer design on multiple fronts.

MINES GRAD STUDENT WINS NSF QUANTUM INFORMATION FELLOWSHIP
The Quantum Information Science and Engineering Network (QISENET) Triplets program provides up to three years of funding for quantum science research in collaboration with a leading technology company …

MINES TO LAUNCH GRADUATE PROGRAM IN QUANTUM ENGINEERING
“Quantum technology could revolutionize computing, communication, sensing and more, but critical workforce shortages are threatening to hamper progress,” said Eliot Kapit, associate professor of physics …

KECK FOUNDATION GRANTS MINES, DU $1M FOR QUANTUM RESEARCH
Colorado School of Mines and the University of Denver have received a highly prestigious $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation in support of an inter-university research project that could …

AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY RECOGNIZES KAPIT FOR ADVOCACY
Eliot Kapit, associate professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded a 2019 5 Sigma Physicist Award from the American Physical Society, a leading nonprofit organization comprised …

COMPLEX QUBIT NETWORK COULD SPEED UP QUANTUM COMPUTING
Quantum computers will soon be able to perform tasks that not even the most powerful classical computers are capable of today. An interdisciplinary team of researchers at Colorado School of Mines has …

QUANTUM PHYSICS RESEARCH BOOSTED BY GRANT, NEW HIRES
A Colorado School of Mines professor has received a $1.5 million National Science Foundation grant to develop an online gateway that will allow researchers around the world to run quick quantum …

COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES TO LAUNCH QUANTUM ENGINEERING MINOR
New minor will prepare undergraduates for varied careers in growing field of quantum technology

NEW ON THE CONVEYOR PODCAST: LEADING THE SECOND QUANTUM REVOLUTION
Meenakshi Singh, assistant professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines, explains why we’re seeing a quantum surge, what this evolving technology will enable us to do in the near future and how Mi …

LINCOLN CARR TO SERVE AT U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT AS JEFFERSON SCIENCE FELLOW
“Quantum information science and technology (QIST) is at a crucial juncture,” said Carr, a professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines.

MEENAKSHI SINGH WINS NSF CAREER AWARD FOR QUANTUM DOT RESEARCH
Acting as “artificial atoms,” quantum dots are used in widely ranging contexts, from tests of molecule formation to quantum computing.

SERENA ELEY WINS NSF CAREER AWARD TO DEVELOP BUILDING BLOCKS OF NEXT-GEN SPINTRONICS, QUANTUM COMPUTING
A rapidly advancing research area, spintronics explores methods to exploit a property of electrons to encode information faster and in a more energy efficient fashion than conventional computing elect …

QUANTUM INDUSTRY NEEDS ENGINEERS. COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES IS CO-SPONSORING NSF WORKSHOP TO BUILD THE EDUCATIONAL ROADMAP
The goal of the two-day NSF Workshop on Quantum Engineering Education on Feb. 25-26 is to build a roadmap to establishing the robust and diverse student pipeline and educational infrastructure that th …

MINES RESEARCHERS ON THE HUNT FOR “GHOST PARTICLES” WITH QUANTUM SENSORS
In findings published last week in the journal Physical Review Letters, an interdisciplinary team led by Mines and Lawrence Livermore National Lab demonstrated the power of using nuclear decay in high …

COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES CONTRIBUTING TO FERMILAB’S $115M NATIONAL QUANTUM INITIATIVE CENTER TO BUILD REVOLUTIONARY QUANTUM COMPUTER
Led by Physics Associate Professor Eliot Kapit, Mines researchers will contribute to the center’s quantum computer design on multiple fronts.

MINES GRAD STUDENT WINS NSF QUANTUM INFORMATION FELLOWSHIP
The Quantum Information Science and Engineering Network (QISENET) Triplets program provides up to three years of funding for quantum science research in collaboration with a leading technology company …

MINES TO LAUNCH GRADUATE PROGRAM IN QUANTUM ENGINEERING
“Quantum technology could revolutionize computing, communication, sensing and more, but critical workforce shortages are threatening to hamper progress,” said Eliot Kapit, associate professor of physics …

KECK FOUNDATION GRANTS MINES, DU $1M FOR QUANTUM RESEARCH
Colorado School of Mines and the University of Denver have received a highly prestigious $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation in support of an inter-university research project that could …

AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY RECOGNIZES KAPIT FOR ADVOCACY
Eliot Kapit, associate professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded a 2019 5 Sigma Physicist Award from the American Physical Society, a leading nonprofit organization comprised …

COMPLEX QUBIT NETWORK COULD SPEED UP QUANTUM COMPUTING
Quantum computers will soon be able to perform tasks that not even the most powerful classical computers are capable of today. An interdisciplinary team of researchers at Colorado School of Mines has …

QUANTUM PHYSICS RESEARCH BOOSTED BY GRANT, NEW HIRES
A Colorado School of Mines professor has received a $1.5 million National Science Foundation grant to develop an online gateway that will allow researchers around the world to run quick quantum …