QLab partnership with IonQ offers researchers, students and professionals access to cutting-edge hardware.
Since joining UMD in May 2022, Philippov has taken on several new projects, including the modeling of electrodynamic processes related to neutron stars and black holes.
Brian Calvert (Ph.D. ’15, physics) is blazing a trail on the cutting edge of artificial intelligence (AI) as co-founder of the San Francisco tech startup Graft.
University of Maryland Geology Professor Sujay Kaushal, who contributed to this research, has seen the impact on local waterways firsthand.
Central to Asgari’s research is the concept of merging hardware and software in a manner reminiscent of the intricate processes of the human brain.