When: Tuesday, November 15, 2022
Where: David Rubenstein Forum at the University of Chicago, 1201 E 60th St, Chicago, IL 60637
Description: The Chicago Quantum Exchange and the University of Chicago present the second annual “Quantum Creators Prize Symposium”, which will recognize the achievements of early career researchers in the broad areas of Quantum Science and Engineering. This year, the symposium will be held in-person at the David Rubenstein Forum in Chicago, IL as part of the 2022 Chicago Quantum Summit on November 14 -15, 2022. The Symposium will take place on November 15, 2022.
The symposium is intended to promote early-career researchers working in exciting new directions of quantum science. Another goal is to increase the diversity of researchers in the field; we welcome applications and nominations from a broad range of backgrounds. Those selected to participate in the symposium will receive an honorarium and a prize certificate.
View the 2021 Quantum Creators Prize Symposium here.
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 11, 2022:
- 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
The 2022 Quantum Creators Prize Symposium 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
- Shimon Kolkowitz, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- Angela Kou, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- Kathy Levin, University of Chicago
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