Supporting STEM Education in Northern New Mexico
Quantum computing holds a promise to speed processing, reduce energy use, and advance many applications. This is because at the quantum level subatomic particles can exist in more than one state at any time. As people move from “bits” to “qubits” (quantum bits), a new future in computing is coming closer to reality with ever increasing qubit counts available on quantum computing systems.
Join Stephan Eidenbenz, with the Lab’s National Security Education Center, and Patrick Coles, with the Theoretical Division, who will talk about the progress of quantum computing, why the Laboratory cares about this subject and, and some of the recent work they’ve done in this emerging field.
The Bradbury Science Museum Association supports and inspires learners of all ages in Northern New Mexico and beyond through STEM Education.