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quantum summer school


Join us this summer at the University of Wyoming (UW) for the Quantum Summer School (QSS), a three-day intensive program supported by the National Science Foundation and UW’s Center for Quantum Information Science and Engineering. This year's QSS is meticulously designed to immerse participants in the dynamic and burgeoning field of quantum information science and engineering. This premier event merges theoretical foundations with practical applications, focusing on cutting-edge advancements in quantum computing and sensing technologies.

Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, a postdoctoral researcher, a research scientist, or a faculty member keen on deepening your understanding of quantum science, the QSS serves as the ideal venue to expand your knowledge and refine your skills. The curriculum features a series of engaging lectures and interactive sessions led by renowned experts from universities, national labs, and leading quantum industries.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to network with peers and industry leaders, and to gain invaluable insights into the future of quantum technology.



The 2024 Quantum Summer School (QSS) will be from June 18 - 20, 2024. 



The 2024 Quantum Summer School (QSS) will be hosted in-person on the University of Wyoming campus at the Engineering, Education, and Research Building (EERB) room 251.
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  • Registration is FREE and open.
  • Click HERE to register.
  • Registration due date: Due May 31, 2024


Esteemed lecturers for the QSS include:

  • Norman, Michael R., Argonne Distinguished Fellow / Director, Argonne Quantum Institute, Argonne National Laboratory
  • Tongcang Li, Professor of Physics and ECE, University Faculty Scholar, Purdue University
  • Carl Williams, CEO, CJW Quantum Consulting
  • Zlatko Minev, Technical lead and manager of Qiskit Leap and Qiskit Metal, IBM
  • Corban Tillemann-Dick, Founder & CEO of Maybell Quantum Industries
  • Individuals from Other Quantum Industries (to be added)


Limited financial assistance is available for a select number of shared on-campus dormitory accommodations where two individuals occupy one room. This support is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To request this assistance, please submit your request during the registration process.

Hotels: The following hotels are available in Laramie, WY.


University of Wyoming Faculty:

  • Jifa Tian, Assistant Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy - QSS Chair
  • TeYu Chien, Associate Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  • Yuri Dahnovsky, Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy
  • Suresh Muknahallipatna, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Jinke Tang, Department Head/Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy