CIPS CONNECTIONSPodcast/Video Interviews by Stephen Ibaraki
A Chat with Travis Humble: Researcher; Scientist; Deputy Director at the Department of Energy's Quantum Science Center; Distinguished Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Director of the lab's Quantum Computing Institute; about the development of new quantum technologies and infrastructure to impact scientific discovery through quantum computing
This week, Stephen Ibaraki has an exclusive interview with Travis Humble.
Travis Humble is Deputy Director at the Department of Energy's Quantum Science Center, a Distinguished Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and director of the lab's Quantum Computing Institute, leading the development of new quantum technologies and infrastructure to impact the DOE mission of scientific discovery through quantum computing.
Travis is editor-in-chief for ACM Transactions on Quantum Computing, Associate Editor for Quantum Information Processing, and co-chair of the IEEE Quantum Initiative. Travis also holds a joint faculty appointment with the University of Tennessee Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education to work with students in developing energy-efficient computing solutions.
Travis received a doctorate in theoretical chemistry from the University of Oregon before joining ORNL in 2005.
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