Understanding Quantum Matter Data

By: Staff,  Cornell Research
Thu, 12/19/2019

Eun-Ah Kim, professor of physics, has received a $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to create new data science approaches to meet the data-driven challenges of strongly correlated quantum matter (SCQM), Cornell Research reports. This project, undertaken with Kilian Q. Weinberger, associate professor of computer science and computing and information science, represents the first step toward a future institute that would connect academic institutions and establish experimental facilities nationwide.

"Scientific advances on quantum mechanical properties of societies of electrons can result in new technological paradigms that can revolutionize human societies," the article  states. "In pursuit of the new technological paradigms that quantum systems will enable, modern quantum physics has focused attention on strongly correlated quantum matter."

Read the entire Cornell Research piece here.


  Illustration of subatomic quantum matter