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Quantum Science and Engineering Symposium

April 6-8, 2023

The Florida State University is pleased to announce a three-day symposium on Quantum Science and Engineering (QSE), with the goal to highlight cutting-edge research activities in this forefront area of critical national importance. The symposium is intended to provide opportunities to learn about various aspects of QSE, explore potential collaborations, and educate junior scientists and novices to this broad interdisciplinary field. We therefore encourage anyone with interest in QSE to consider participating. The symposium will provide opportunities for faculty, postdocs, and students to present their work in the form of short talks and posters.


Stephen Hill

Professor/EMR Director
National High Magnetic Field Laboratory

Michael Shatruk

Cottrell Family Professor
Department of Chemistry

Eugene DePrince III

Department of Chemistry

Invited Speakers.

Hai-Ping Cheng

University of Florida


George Christou

University of Florida


Wilson Ho

University of California at Irvine


Eric Holland

Keysight Technologies


Eric Hudson

University of California at Los Angeles


Michael McGuire

Oak Ridge National Laboratory


Martin Mourigal

Georgia Institute of Technology


Daniel Santavicca

University of North Florida


Vivien Zapf

Los Alamos National Laboratory



The symposium will be held on the main campus of Florida State University.

Activities on April 6 will be held in The Globe Auditorium (location and directions) in the Center for Global and Multicultural Engagement.

Activities on April 7th and 8th will be held in The Kroto Auditorium in the Chemical Sciences Laboratory Building (location and directions).

To request on-campus parking, send an email to

Hotels and Travel.

FSU's 485-acre campus is located in Tallahassee, Florida. We're tucked into Florida's Big Bend off I-10, and the white-sand beaches of the Gulf are only 60 miles away via beautiful, live-oak canopy roads. Enjoy everything nature has to offer in our Red Hills region while still having the conveniences of living in a thriving town. Not only is Tallahassee the state's capital, but it offers amazing cuisine, award-winning parks, miles and miles of walking and biking trails, as well as cultural events occurring all year-round. For more information about our campus and community visit FSU Visitor Services.

Several hotels are located within convenient distance of our campus, including:

Hotel Indigo | Hampton Inn | Residence Inn | Aloft Downtown | Doubletree