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Feynman Quantum Computing Academy at NASA Ames

An experience in the USRA-NASA-Google Quantum Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (QuAIL) at NASA Ames Research Centers Advanced Supercomputing Facility introduces graduate students to scientific opportunities in quantum information sciences and trains them to do research related to the most advanced quantum computing platforms. Students will receive valuable experience working on teams, undertaking projects in advanced computing, and developing quantum and classical methods to solve problems in important application or fundamental domains.

Students, which need to be enrolled in a Ph.D. program or have otherwise previous quantum computing research experience, are accepted to a 12-to-24 week program. Applications are open all year round. These students work in close collaboration with quantum scientists, receiving hands-on training, and undertake individualized research projects. Students will also participate in seminars and workshops with researchers from other organizations doing quantum research, including those from academic institutions, government laboratories, and commercial organizations. Participants receive a stipend to cover living expenses and travel during the program.

David Bell, Ph.D. Director, USRA Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science (RIACS), and Chief Technologist, NASA Academic Mission Services

Davide Venturelli, Ph.D., Senior Quantum Information Scientist, USRA RIACS; and Science Operations Manager, Quantum Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

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