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Galan Moody, an electrical and computer engineering professor at UC Santa Barbara, received the Air Force Young Investigator Award to support his quantum computing project. 

ECE Professor Receives Air Force Young Investigator Award

Galan Moody has proposed creating an integrated photonic circuit to improve the efficiency and speed of quantum computing. 

A jogger runs on the beach on the cover of the Journal of Experimental Biology.

A jogger runs on the beach on the cover of the Journal of Experimental Biology.

Band on the Run

Mechanical engineer Elliot Hawkes devises a simple running hack to increase fun and efficiency.

Quantum Foundry co-directors Ania Bleszynski Jayich (physics) and Stephen Wilson (materials). Photograph by Matt Perko.

Quantum Foundry co-directors Ania Bleszynski Jayich (physics) and Stephen Wilson (materials). Photograph by Matt Perko.

A $25 Million Quantum Leap

UCSB is named the site of the nation’s first Quantum Foundry, an NSF-funded center for developing materials to enable quantum technologies.

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