The solace of quantum

Sub-atomic research portends a second digital revolution that could solve some of our most vexing problems
Dalhousie University
Université de Sherbrooke
University of Waterloo
The University of British Columbia
British Columbia
Nova Scotia
Theoretical Physics
A robot hand holds a glowing, stylized atom

Building on the theories of Einstein and his contemporaries, today’s quantum physicists investigate the unique properties of sub-atomic particles, aiming to deepen our knowledge of the universe, and to usher in a new technological revolution. With applications in fields including computer science, pharmacology, clean energy, and many more, quantum science holds tremendous potential for innovative disruption.

Learn more about emerging quantum technologies in this podcast featuring Dr.  Shohini Ghose (Professor of Physics, Wilfrid Laurier University; VP elect, Canadian Association of Physicists); Dr. Andrea Damascelli (Professor of Physics and Astronomy, University of British Columbia; Canada Research Chair in the Electronic Structure of Quantum Materials); Dr. Kimberley Hall (Professor and Canada Research Chair in Ultrafast Science, Dalhousie University); and Dr. Michel Pioro-Ladrière (Professor of Physics and Deputy Director of Institut Quantique, Université de Sherbrooke.)