2010 iQuISE Offsite at Endicott House

March 24–25, 2010

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Front Row (left to right): Ike Chuang, Ramis Movassagh,Seth Lloyd, Jeff Shapiro
Second Row (left to right):
Molu Shi, Sam Ocko, Jeff Russom, Paola Cappellaro,Veronika Stelmakh,David Meyer, Eric Dauler

March 24, 2010

9:00am Bus leaves MIT at 50 Vassar Street (bldg. 36)
10:00am Arrival and Breakfast
10:30am Welcome and overview of the day – Ike Chuang
10:45am Research Ethics Seminar
12:00noon Lunch
1:30pm Eric Dauler, Lincoln Laboratory
2:00pm Break
2:30pm Student Round Table
3:00pm Debate – What is quantum technology REALLY good for?
4:00pm Paola Cappellaro, Presentation
4:30pm Jeff Shaprio, Presentation
5:00pm Break
5:30pm Reception
6:30pm Dinner
March 25, 2010
8:00am Breakfast
10:00am Bus leaves Endicott and returns to MIT

“With the NSF’s generous support, which will combine with resources that MIT will devote as well as participation from a broad consortium of government and industry partners, we are going to tackle the educational and learning challenges in quantum information science with an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to training the new generation of QIS scientists and engineers.”

—Isaac Chuang, Director, iQuISE, and Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Associate Professor of Physics