Sebastian Will Leads NSF Collaboration to Build a Quantum Simulator

Professor Sebastian Will has been awarded a $1M National Science Foundation (NSF) Convergence Accelerator award, leading a collaboration to develop a next-generation quantum simulator. The project team includes collaborators from Columbia University, principal investigator Sebastian Will, co-principal investigators Alex Gaeta and Nanfang Yu, and others; Brookhaven National Lab, co-principal investigators Layla Hormozi and Gabriella Carini, and others; City University of New York; Flatiron Institute; and industry partners from Atom Computing, QuEra, IBM, and Bloomberg.

For more details see press release and NSF award page.

September 24, 2020