URI Quad in Fall

The 2021 Fall conference in Quantum Computing and Quantum Information Science celebrates the launch of our new M.S. degree program in Quantum Computing. Accordingly, a particular focus of the conference will be on education. Students and postdoctoral scientists are encouraged to attend and learn about new advancements and career opportunities in quantum computing and quantum information science, present their own work, and expand their professional network.

We also welcome all members of the University community to take part in experiencing the excitement of this interdisciplinary field.

Conference Topics

  • National Quantum Initiative
  • Quantum information science education
  • Physical implementations of quantum computing
  • Quantum algorithms
  • Quantum computing in industry

Conference Organizing Committee

Vanita Srinivasa, URI-QIS Program Director

Leonard M. Kahn, Chair, URI Department of Physics

Gaurav Khanna, ITS Director for Research Computing & Professor of Physics

Christopher Savoie, CEO and Founder, Zapata Computing, URI Class of ‘92