Resources being shared across the University of Waterloo and the University of British Columbia are leading to advancements in fabrication and characterization, tool workflows and processes, and developing new methods for knowledge transfer.
Author: Gabriella Wynn
University of Waterloo staff delegate of the Quantum Colaboratory (Quantum Colab) visited the University of British Columbia and explored technical capabilities and enhancements for Quantum Colab materials growth resources.
With the new year comes new opportunities to share and strengthen visions for the Quantum Colab. The inaugural user meeting introduced users to the resources, processes, training activities, and exciting outcomes, while providing a venue to share their user experiences with Quantum Colab staff.
Staff delegates of the Quantum Colaboratory (Quantum Colab) visited the University of Waterloo and Université de Sherbrooke for a showcase of their world-leading research facilities and to build upon existing connections through detailed idea exchange.
The Quantum Colaboratory is seeing a growth in new users across a broad community of researchers, who are using the resources to advance their research.
The Quantum Colab has hosted a workshop on growing superconducting materials, convening researchers from its three partner universities to share their expertise and discuss opportunities for collaborative projects.
The Quantum Colaboratory’s new strategic plan and enhanced governance will allow users to connect to quantum resources across Canada with ease.