SQuInT: Southwest Quantum Information and Technology
The purpose of this network is to facilitate the exchange of resources -- intellectual and human -- amongst the node institutions. Membership in the network is currently focused on, but not limited to, the Southwest region of the United States (hence the name).
The main activities of the SQuInT Network include:
Twenty-Fifth Annual SQuInT Workshop: October 26-28, 2023
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Organized by the Center for Quantum Information and Control (CQuIC)
Twenty-Fourth Annual SQuInT Workshop: October 20-22, 2022
Organized by the Center for Quantum Information and Control (CQuIC
The rapidly advancing field of Quantum Information Science is a synergy of many different disciplines including information science, complexity theory, computer science, and various branches of physics, chemistry, mathematics, and engineering. As such, we believe in collaborative efforts to bridge the gaps between these various arenas and to further the flow of ideas.
Taking advantage of the local southwestern expertise in this field, and building on existing enthusiasm and momentum to collaborate, we have formed a local network of universities, national laboratories, and industry.
SQuInT was founded Dec 17, 1998, at the IBM Almaden Research Center. See the History of SQuInT slideshow that Ivan Deutsch gave at the Twentieth Annual SQuInT Workshop in Santa Fe in 2018.