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Rachel L. Seibert

We ask some of our young researchers why they chose a career in science, what they are working on at ORNL, and where they would like to go with their careers.

Patrick Caveney

We ask some of our young researchers why they chose a career in science, what they are working on at ORNL, and where they would like to go with their careers.

Oluwaseun Ogunro

We ask some of our young researchers why they chose a career in science, what they are working on at ORNL, and where they would like to go with their careers.

Paritosh Santosh Mhatre

We ask some of our young researchers why they chose a career in science, what they are working on at ORNL, and where they would like to go with their careers.

ORNL quantum computing scientist Travis Humble

Researchers have been intrigued by the possibility of quantum computing at least since the early 1980s, going back to the colorful Caltech physicist Richard Feynman’s declaration that “nature isn’t classical, dammit, and if you want to make a simulation of nature, you’d better make it quantum mechanical.”

Neutron scientist Clarina dela Cruz

Quantum materials have a variety of potential uses—in novel sensors or powerful quantum computers, for instance— but they no doubt have uses that we haven’t even considered yet.

Jiaqing Yan

Before researchers can experiment with a promising new quantum material, someone has to produce it.