MITRE named Gerald Gilbert, Ph.D., a MITRE Fellow to expand MITRE’s quantum science initiatives. MITRE Fellows are a select group of preeminent scientists in their fields who lead critically important programs.
The MITRE Fellows program has a history of deeply impactful work to the nation and world, including the Global Positioning System (GPS) and adaptive signal processing.
A 24-year MITRE veteran, Gilbert is the founder of quantum science research at MITRE and principal investigator of MITRE’s quantum program. A partnership of leading physics research groups at MITRE, MIT and Sandia National Labs, the project aims to build the world’s first fully universal scalable quantum computer and integrated quantum network.
The project is designing and building programmable nano-photonic quantum processors that will be the engines of a scalable universal quantum computer.
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