Quantum Research Pod

In the wake of the National Quantum Initiative, the Simons Institute’s Research Pod in Quantum Computing brings together researchers from computer science, physics, chemistry, and mathematics to study pressing issues in quantum algorithms, complexity theory, error correction, and near-term quantum devices. This research pod will facilitate deep interactions between quantum computing and the rest of theoretical computer science and will help introduce and welcome the larger TCS community into quantum computing research issues. This initiative is led by Simons Institute Research Director for Quantum Computing Umesh Vazirani and is supported in part by the Department of Energy, via the newly established Quantum Systems Accelerator (QSA), and by the National Science Foundation via the Quantum Leap Challenge Institutes (QLCI) award. 

Current and Future Activities
Quantum Colloquium

Related Past Activities
Quantum Hamiltonian Complexity (Spring 2014)
Summer Cluster: Challenges in Quantum Computation (Summer 2018)
The Quantum Wave in Computing (Spring 2020)

Postdoctoral Fellows
Anurag Anshu (Institute for Quantum Computing), Adam Bouland (UC Berkeley), Andrea Coladangelo (California Institute of Technology) 

Visiting Research Scientists
We are accepting applications

Related Video Content
Quantum Hamiltonian Complexity Boot Camp
Quantum Games and Protocols | Workshop
Complexity Meets Condensed Matter | Workshop
Tensor Networks and Simulations | Workshop
Black Holes, Firewalls, and the Limits of Quantum Computers | Theoretically Speaking
Challenges in Quantum Computation | Workshop
The Quantum Wave in Computing Boot Camp
Quantum Cryptanalysis of Post-Quantum Cryptography | Workshop
Quantum Algorithms | Workshop
Quantum Protocols: Testing & Quantum PCPs | Workshop
Quantum Devices: Simulation, Supremacy, and Optimization | Workshop