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QIST in the CSU

Quantum Information Science and Technology (QIST) has been identified as an important component of U.S. scientific leadership, national security, and economic competitiveness. Developing a workforce capable of thriving in a quantum landscape is crucial. The goal of this project is to help meet this need and broaden participation in the QIST field through a two-pronged approach;

  1. Focusing on providing student opportunities and support in the QIST field
  2. Focusing on faculty professional development aimed at building capacity within the California State University (CSU) system.
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Student Opportunities

Learn more about how you can get involved with QIST as a student

Faculty Opportunities

Support for faculty considering incorporating QIST into their curriculum

This work was supported by the DOE Office of Science (Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research, ASCR)
Department of Energy, Office of Science