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Dr. Thomas Ohki, Raytheon BBN Technologies

The "super" Superconducting Josephson Junction Non-linear Oscillators
March 4 (Thursday), 2021
11:30 am to 12:30 pm (EST)
Virtual via Zoom

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Dr. Kevin Chen, Lam Research

Title To Be Announced
March 25 (Thursday), 2021
11:30 am to 12:30 pm (EDT)
Virtual via Zoom

Dr. Sean McSweeney, Brookhaven National Lab

Toward a Quantum Enhanced Microscope for Imaging Biological Systems
April 8 (Thursday), 2021
11:30 am to 12:30 pm (EDT)
Virtual via Zoom

Dr. Robert Niffenegger, MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Title To Be Announced
April 22 (Thursday), 2021
11:30 am to 12:30 pm (EDT)
Virtual via Zoom

Dr. Marcio de Andrade, Naval Information Warfare Center, Pacific

Band Superconductivity in Periodic Constricted Nanoribbon Structures
May 6 (Thursday), 2021
11:30 am to 12:30pm (EDT)
Virtual via Zoom

Dr. John Chiaverini, MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Integrated Quantum Information Platforms at MIT Lincoln Laboratory
May 20 (Thursday), 2021
11:30 am to 12:30pm (EDT)
Virtual via Zoom

Dr. Annarita Giani and Dr. Aussie Schnore, GE Research

Quantum Annealing Applied to an Industrial Logistics Problem
June 3 (Thursday), 2021
11:30 am to 12:30 pm (EDT)
Virtual via Zoom

Dr. Michael Hayduk, Air Force Research Lab

Title To Be Announced
June 24 (Thursday), 2021
11:30 am to 12:30 pm (EDT)
Virtual via Zoom

Dr. Robert Kaplar, Sandia National Laboratories

Ultra-Wide-Bandgap Semiconductors – Challenges and Opportunities
July 8 (Thursday), 2021
11:30 am to 12: 30 pm (EDT)
Virtual via Zoom

Mr. Sameer Pendharkar, Texas Instruments

Power Electronics Technology for Tomorrow's Solutions
To be rescheduled
11:30 am to 12:30 pm (EST)
Virtual via Zoom

NY CREATES EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES SEMINAR SERIES

This seminar series embraces a wide range of topics such as neuromorphic computing and AI, integrated photonics, power electronics using wide bandgap materials, RF devices and high-speed electronics, quantum computing, sensing and communications, and integrated nanoscale devices for biological applications. Speakers in the series will address these topics from both a technical perspective and a market-oriented/technology commercialization perspective. Until the Covid-19 concerns on indoor meetings are laid to rest, these seminars will be conducted remotely via Zoom, requiring pre-registration.

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