Quantum Computing at Mason featured in Virginia Economic Review


The great economic opportunity of quantum engineering and computing earned recognition in the latest issue of the Virginia Economic Review. The Review features George Mason University's Quantum Science and Engineering Center (QSEC) prominently, highlighting among other contributions the Center's leadership in PQIC's K-12 Quantum Workforce Development. Supported by a Department of Education Grant, QSEC runs several quantum education programs that lay the foundation for tomorrow's workforce. 

Named a Provost Transdisciplinary Center, QSEC bridges boundaries between academic units and brings together faculty from the College of Science, College of Engineering and Computing, and College of Education and Human Development.

Check out pages 45, 62-63 for a quick skim.