The CQSE welcomes collaborators from within and beyond Stevens in a variety of fields.
Opportunities with the CQSE
The CQSE invites motivated students and scholars to join us in multiple experimental and theoretical areas of quantum science and engineering. Currently, we have graduate assistantships available, with open enrollment throughout the year.
We also support undergraduate summer research and senior projects.
If you are interested in an opportunity with the CQSE, please contact Yuping Huang.
Stevens Institute of Technology offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate courses pertaining to quantum computing, communications and control. For more information about these and other courses, visit the Department of Physics.
Plans are currently underway to establish cross-disciplinary quantum computing programs for certificate and graduate degrees. For more information, please contact Yuping Huang.
The multi-user MicroDevice Laboratory is directed by Dr. EH Yang, and is housed within an 800 square-foot clean room. Extensive equipment is available for use, including a complete lithography system and tools for characterization, deposition and testing.
Laboratory for Multiscale Imaging
The Laboratory for Multiscale Imaging (LMSI) is a shared facility open to the entire Stevens community, as well as to outside researchers. It provides state-of-the-art instrumentation and expertise in morphological characterization to support and elevate research, and helps leverage Stevens' capabilities to attract further support for new and significant self-sustaining programs.
The LMSI houses four pieces of major instrumentations - a field-emission S/TEM, a field-emission SEM, a DPN/AFM, and a LSCM, that provide imaging capabilities to study both synthetic and biological materials from macroscopic to microscopic length scale.
The LMSI also provides a vibrant research environment that promotes learning and research activities by offering training classes and seminars within an open and multiuser laboratory space. Registered LMSI users can also share ideas/activities/scheduling using the collaborative tool provides by Stevens Gateway.
Located on the south end of the City College of New York campus in Upper Manhattan, and across the Hudson river from Stevens, the striking, 200,000-square-foot ASRC building embodies a bold vision of 21st Century discovery. At the center’s core is a world-class facility designed to inspire an innovative approach to the scientific method itself, one that links a new wave of talented scientists with hundreds of top researchers from CUNY campuses across the city. The ASRC focuses CUNY initiatives in five of the most energized areas of global research: nanoscience, photonics, structural biology, neuroscience, environmental sciences.
Brookhaven National Laboratory is a multipurpose research institution funded primarily by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. Located less than 80 miles from Stevens, Brookhaven Lab operates cutting-edge large-scale facilities for studies in physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, applied science, and a wide range of advanced technologies. The Laboratory has almost 3,000 scientists, engineers, and support staff.