Timothy Carlson, graduate physics student, is the lead graduate student in the quantum computing project in the Nanotechnology Center. He has been granted the exciting opportunity to represent the department and the center at the UK Graduate Summer School in Condensed Matter Theory at the University of Stirling. He will be using this trip to network with fellow peers and to learn more about the emerging ideas in condensed matter physics. Below is a photo of one of the devices Tim has built.

Quantum Computing device built by WFU Physics graduate student Timothy Carlson