SQuInT Student Retreats

Student participation and education, one of the primary missions of the SQuInT Network, is furthered at the summer school and retreat. The main goals of the retreat are:

  1. To give junior researchers in the SQuInT Network a common foundation in the theory of quantum information and quantum computation, and descriptions of a wide variety of experimental systems and techniques in which the manipulation of quantum information is being attempted or realized.
  2. To strengthen the SQuInT Network by promoting direct interactions between junior researchers from different research groups.

Fourth Biannual Student Summer Retreat

July 7-10, 2005, Los Angeles California
        Hosted by University of Southern California
Coordinator: Prof. Todd Brun

Third Biannual Student Summer Retreat

June 15-18, 2003, Asilomar State Park, California
        Hosted by University of California, Berkeley
Coordinator: Prof. K. Birgitta Whaley

Second Biannual SQuInT Student Summer Retreat

June 2001, St. Johns College, Santa Fe, New Mexico
        Hosted by Los Alamos National Laboratory and the University of New Mexico

First Biannual SQuInT Student Summer Retreat

August 1999, Santa Barbara, California
        Hosted by the University of California, Santa Barbara