The Boeing Quantum Creators Prize recognizes early-career researchers for work that moves the field of quantum information science and engineering in new directions. The program began in 2021 and expanded in 2023 thanks to a new commitment from Boeing. Prize awardees participate in the annual Quantum Creators Prize Symposium, receive a monetary honorarium, a certificate, and reimbursed travel to the annual Chicago Quantum Summit.
- 2023 Boeing Quantum Creators Prize Winners
- 2022 Boeing Quantum Creators Prize Winners
- 2021 Boeing Quantum Creators Prize Winners
Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from any institution who wish to be considered for the Quantum Creators Prize Symposium should submit the following information by September 18, 2023:
- A C.V.
- A brief research statement (500 words) outlining research interests and achievements.
- A brief personal statement (300 words) describing your vision for a future career in STEM research/education and how it has been shaped by your own perspectives and experiences working in the STEM research/education community.
- Applicants should also request a recommendation letter from an advisor to be submitted through the link provided here.
Applications are now closed.
The 2023 Quantum Creators Prize Program Committee:
- Chair: Hannes Bernien, University of Chicago
- Eric Chitamber, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- Jennifer Choy, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- Dave DeMille, University of Chicago
- Alex High, University of Chicago
- Angela Kou, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- Roman Kuzmin, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Kathy Levin, University of Chicago
- Jay Lowell, Boeing Company
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