About the Workshop
To succeed in creating a robust quantum workforce for our burgeoning quantum industry, five new US Department of Energy national quantum lab centers, and three new NSF quantum leap challenge institutes (soon to be 5-6), we will need undergraduate quantum education across a broad spectrum of STEM disciplines, including many areas of engineering.
Funded by the NSF ENG Directorate, this workshop will focus on determining the best way to introduce undergraduate quantum engineering education into universities nationwide, including public four-year universities, public and private flagship universities and four-year colleges.
Kenneth Brown, Duke University, USA
Jonathan Candelaria, Stanford University, USA
Lincoln Carr (Chair), Colorado School of Mines, USA
Joshua Combes, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Alan Ho, Google Quantum AI, USA
Hilary Hurst, San Jose State University, USA
Theresa Lynn, Harvey Mudd College, USA
Prineha Narang, Harvard University, USA
William Oliver, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
David Pappas, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
Michael Raymer, University of Oregon, USA
Mark Saffman, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA