Special Section on Quantum Engineering Education
Call for Papers
Training the next generation of quantum scientists and engineers is critical to the future development of the field. Innovative educational initiatives in quantum engineering often cut across disciplines, including computer science, electrical engineering, and physics. This special section is aimed at promoting new approaches to educating students in the various areas of quantum engineering.
The topics of interest include but are not limited to:
* Quantum curriculum structure
* Evaluations of teaching effectiveness
* New tools for teaching quantum concepts
Nature of TQE
TQE https://tqe.ieee.org is a continuously published, peer-reviewed, open access journal accessible through IEEE Xplore at https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/tocresult.jsp?isnumber=8961200.
Upon acceptance, the author-supplied preprint will be given a DOI number and posted immediately on IEEE Xplore for early access. The manuscript will be professionally edited and the resulting final copy will replace the preprint.
Contributions will be indexed to this special section so IEEE Xplore can display a list of all the articles submitted in response to this call for papers. There is no limit on the number of papers in this special section.
Prospective authors must follow the TQE manuscript requirements posted at https://tqe.ieee.org.
Papers are published under the Creative Commons CCBY license terms.
Manuscripts Due: Submissions are open now through June 30, 2021 but the end date may be extended.
Expected Publication: Early access available shortly after peer review.
Special Section Editors
Daniel H. Slichter (TQE associate editor)
Physicist, Time and Frequency Division
NIST, Boulder, CO
Joseph Bardin (TQE associate editor)
Electrical and Computer Engineering, UMass Amherst
Google AI Quantum
Oleg Mukhanov (TQE associate editor)
Elmsford, NY 10523
Tom Ohki (TQE associate editor)
Raytheon BBN Technologies, Cambridge MA
Prof. Edoardo Charbon, Chair of VLSI
Advanced Quantum Architecture Lab (AQUA)
Dr. Davide Massarotti, Assistant Professor in Condensed Matter Physics
Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies
Università Federico II, Napoli, Italy
William D. Oliver, Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Associate Director, Research Laboratory of Electronics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Laboratory Fellow, Lincoln Laboratory
Britton L. T. Plourde, Professor of Physics
Fabio Sebastiano, Associate professor
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands / QuTech, The Netherlands