Christopher Wilson, Deputy Director, IQC; Professor at University of Waterloo, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Institute for Quantum Computing Has Agreed to Speak Nov 3 “Quantum LiDAR and Radar” at Inside Quantum Computing New York
(IQT-NYC.Fall) Christopher Wilson, Deputy Director, IQC; Professor at University of Waterloo, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Institute for Quantum Computing has agreed to speak November 3 @ 4:40 pm on Panel IV: Quantum LiDAR and Radar at Inside Quantum Computing New York Fall 2021.
Christopher Wilson received his B.S. in Physics from MIT in 1996 and his Ph.D. in Physics from Yale University in 2002. He started working on quantum computation using superconducting single-electronics as a postdoc at Yale. In 2004, he moved to Chalmers University in Sweden, eventually becoming an associate professor in 2011. In 2012, he moved to the University of Waterloo, where he holds appointments in Electrical & Computer Engineering and the Institute for Quantum Computing. He was appointed professor in 2017. In 2018, he spent a 6 month sabbatical at Rigetti Computing. In 2021, he was appointed as a Deputy Director of IQC. His research focuses on applications of superconducting quantum electronics to quantum information, computing and sensing. His work on the dynamical Casimir effect was named one of the top 5 breakthroughs of 2011 by Physics World.
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