Institute for Quantum Information Science and Technology

Cornell Engineering faculty are designing and characterizing the materials, models, sensors, and communication networks that will form the future of quantum-scale information science and technology.

We have made significant investments in faculty who will innovate the theory, materials, devices and use-cases for Quantum Information Science and Technology.

Nicole Chu, MEng ’19, has designed a microsensor that monitors personal air quality.
(photo by Lindsay France, Cornell University)

Additional investments in faculty, student training grants, and facilities will develop the critical mass of people and programs that will elevate this research at Cornell to new levels of impact and influence.


Duffield Hall in the snow with

Photo by Jason Koski, Cornell University.