Latest QuICS News

February 4, 2021

The competition is designed to acknowledge original research by high school students in a topic related to science, technology, engineering or math.

January 29, 2021

Six of the 10 papers accepted from current QuICS members include graduate students as co-authors, several of whom will be delivering talks on the results.

January 19, 2021

This is the highest award given by the department, recognizing individuals or groups that provide extraordinary, notable or prestigious contributions that reflect favorably on the department and impact its mission.

January 8, 2021

By dissecting and understanding the turbulent results that are possible when many quantum objects come together, Michael Gullans is helping to lay the groundwork for wielding quantum interactions to our advantage.

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Konstantinos Karagiannis (Protiviti)
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QuICS Special Seminar
Michael DeMarco (MIT)
Thursday, March 11 at 4:00 pm, Virtual Via Zoom: https://umd.zoom.us/j/9893676372?pwd=VVNOd2xNZ3FCblk4aFdTMjkzTllvQT09
QuICS Seminar
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Wednesday, March 24 at 11:00 am, Virtual Via Zoom: To be announced

Latest QuICS News

February 4, 2021

The competition is designed to acknowledge original research by high school students in a topic related to science, technology, engineering or math.

January 29, 2021

Six of the 10 papers accepted from current QuICS members include graduate students as co-authors, several of whom will be delivering talks on the results.

January 19, 2021

This is the highest award given by the department, recognizing individuals or groups that provide extraordinary, notable or prestigious contributions that reflect favorably on the department and impact its mission.

January 8, 2021

By dissecting and understanding the turbulent results that are possible when many quantum objects come together, Michael Gullans is helping to lay the groundwork for wielding quantum interactions to our advantage.