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Karen Smith of UTSC and PhD student Michael Morris of Physics talk about the university’s Climate Impacts Hackathon
March 19, 2024
by UT Physics
Conferences/Events, Entrepreneurship, Our Faculty, Our Students, Research
U of T-supported startup Xanadu aims to lead quantum computing sector
March 13, 2023
by Tabassum Siddiqui - U of T News
Entrepreneurship, Our Alumni, Our Faculty, Research
Prof. Hoi-Kwong Lo’s start-up company QBT receives $1M in federal funding
Feb. 28, 2023
by UT Physics
Awards and Honours, Entrepreneurship, Our Faculty, Research
Toronto Startup Xanadu Achieves Quantum Computing feat: The Globe and Mail
Xanadu has close ties to the Department of Physics. A number of former post-doctoral fellows, PhD students and undergraduate students are affiliated with Xanadu and Xanadu continues to work with U of T Physics faculty through the MITACS Program.
June 3, 2022
by UT Physics
A Toronto startup with roots at U of T hopes to catch the next big wave in computing
More than a dozen physicists at Xanadu have links with the Department of Physics. Some are former graduate students, undergraduate students, or postdoctoral fellows. Others are current graduate students involved in Xanadu’s research. And Professor John Sipe is one of the company’s technical advisors.
Feb. 27, 2020
by UT Physics
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