¡MIRA! Students and Professors use the “weird” in quantum computing to answer hard questions

Portrait of Taylor Begaye smiling in front of computer

Zeros and ones, qubits, superpositions, quantum photonics, entanglements, subatomic particles, artificial molecules; all terms that can sound like a foreign language—and that is because, in some sense, the world of quantum computing is. Ph.D. students Jaime Diaz and Taylor Begay-Wilson worked on a project in Bertrand Cambou’s class using IBM’s open software development kit, called qiskit, to better understand quantum computing and […]

Athletics and asteroids

student looks at physics materials

Cross-country runner and physics and mathematics double major Beau Prince studies the surfaces of asteroids—but his dreams don’t stop there.   Read NAU Boundless article.