Center for Quantum Science and Engineering
The Center for Quantum Science and Engineering (CQSE) focuses on developing and industrializing interdisciplinary photonic technologies that will create impact in multiple areas of society, by:
Catalyzing high synergy in interdisciplinary research
Promoting applications of quantum technologies in big data analytics, defense, healthcare, environmental assessment, communications, artificial intelligence, and more.
Building a quantum-smart campus at Stevens for developing and showcasing next-generation information techniques
Educating the first generation of qualified quantum workforce and industrial leadership
The Center for Quantum Science and Engineering takes a cross-discplinary approach to developing quantum computers that satisfy practical criteria. At Stevens, the CQSE conducts research in reduced-dimensional materials, nanophotonics, cybersecurity, quantum control, ultrafast optics and a variety of other applications.
Collaborate with CQSE
The Center for Quantum Science and Engineering offers numerous ways for students, peers, and industry partners to collaborate with our research enterprise. Learn more about our academic programs and research opportunities.
Yuping Huang, Director
The Center for Quantum Science and Engineering is directed by Gallaher Associate Professor of Physics Yuping Huang. Recognizing the impact and promise of his work in quantum physics, nanophotonics, quantum computing, hybrid quantum communications, and their industrial applications, Huang has recently received more than $8M in support from multiple federal funding agencies.