Where can an undergraduate degree in mathematics, science or engineering take you? Hear from panelists about their own career journeys launched from STEM degrees.
Whether you’re deciding what to study or if you are already in university, bring your questions for the Women in STEM panelists and learn more about different career pathways. Join us live on YouTube - set your reminder!
Joint IQC/Physics Seminar featuring Wenchao Xu, MIT
Quantum information science promises great potential to revolutionize our current technologies such as quantum computation, which can solve classically inaccessible problems. To build a practical quantum computer, it is essential to have precise control over individual quanta. By interfacing free-space photons and atomic platforms, we can maximize the performance of quantum computation, as each platform has its own advantages.
Computability and compression of nonlocal games
Sajjad Nezhadi, University of Maryland - College Park
Join us for casual conversations with quantum researchers.
Twesh Upadhyaya, IQC graduate student, joins us for a virtual Fireside Chat to talk about finding a passion for quantum information science in high school and to share his journey to studying the theory of quantum security.
FemPhys and the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) are hosting an online mentoring event for undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Waterloo. Mentors, all women or of minoritized identities with backgrounds in STEM, will share their experiences and inspire the upcoming generations of scientists and people in STEM.