QISE Center Launch Event

Faculty, researchers, and students are invited to the Center for Quantum Information Science and Engineering (QISE) center launch event. Event Details Date: Friday, September 9, 2022 Location: Physics Research Building, Room 1080, on The Ohio State University Campus Time: 1 p.m. The event will begin with opening remarks from university leadership, followed by a presentation of the center objectives and initiatives …

Quantum Information Science and Engineering Faculty Search

As part of an institution-wide investment in Quantum Information Science and Engineering (QISE), the College of Arts and Science and College of Engineering at The Ohio State University anticipate two tenure-track appointments at all ranks, effective Autumn 2022. We envision a candidate with strong potential for providing leadership in team building and who can rally faculty across campus toward large …

President’s Research Excellence (PRE) Catalyst Award

Ohio State faculty from Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), Physics, and Chemistry were awarded a 2021 Catalyst Grant through the Ohio State President’s Research Excellence (PRE) program to develop novel quantum bits for QIST networks. The Catalyst Grant award is a university-wide program that supports cross- and interdisciplinary teams to pursue high-impact research and address challenges of societal importance. The …

QuSTEAM awarded Phase II Funding from the NSF Convergence Accelerator Program

A multidisciplinary, multi-institutional program led by The Ohio State University is taking the next step in its aim to develop a diverse, effective and contemporary quantum-ready workforce by revolutionizing and creating more equitable pathways to quantum science education. QuSTEAM: Convergence Undergraduate Education in Quantum Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics, was awarded a $5 million cooperative agreement over a two-year period from …

Ohio State joins national initiative to accelerate innovation in quantum technology

The Ohio State University has joined the Chicago Quantum Exchange, a growing intellectual hub for the research and development of quantum technology. “Quantum information technology presents unique opportunities for students and researchers to engage in curiosity-driven and cutting-edge work that solves the problems people face in their everyday lives,” said Ohio State President Kristina M. Johnson. “As a result of …