**Steve Girvin (Yale) **

*Superconducting Qubits: Theory*

Basic Concepts in Quantum Information

Introduction to quantum noise, measurement, and amplification

Circuit QED and engineering charge-based superconducting qubits

Extending the lifetime of a quantum bit with error correction in superconducting circuits

Realization of three-qubit quantum error correction with superconducting circuits

Exploring the Quantum: Atoms, Cavities, and Photons

**Vlad Manucharyan (Maryland)**

*Superconducting Qubits: Quantum Information and Simulation*

**Javad Shabani (CCNY)**

*Topological Quantum Computing: Experiment*

MIT Technology Review on Quantum Computing

Non-Abelian anyons and topological quantum computation

Journal Club: Epitaxial interfaces between superconductors and semiconductors

New directions in the pursuit of Majorana fermions in solid state systems

**D. McClure and A. Corcoles (IBM)**

*Fixed Frequency Qubits and IBM Quantum Experience I*

Quantum Fourier Transform on QX

**J. Sage (Lincoln Labs & MIT)**

*Ion Traps and 3D Integration*

Experimental issues in coherent quantum-state manipulation of trapped atomic ions

**S. Pakin (LANL)**

*Quantum Annealing*

Lecture notes (see also references therein)

**W. Oliver (Lincoln Labs & MIT)**

*Superconducting Qubits and 3D Integration*

**A. Aspuru-Guzik (Harvard)**

*Quantum Simulation*

Simulating Chemistry Using Quantum Computers

The theory of variational hybrid quantum-classical algorithms

Towards quantum chemistry on a quantum computer

A variational eigenvalue solver on a photonic quantum processor

Hardware-efficient Quantum Optimizer for Small Molecules and Quantum Magnets

**S. Lyon (Princeton)**

*Spin Qubits*

**D. Weiss (PSU)**

*Optical Lattice Quantum Computing*

**T. McQueen (JHU)**

*Quantum Materials*

**J. Alicea (Caltech)**

*Topological Quantum Computing: Theory*

Designer non-Abelian anyon platforms: from Majorana to Fibonacci

See also references from J. Shabani* *

**M. Mosca (Waterloo/Perimeter)**

*Impacts of Quantum Computing*

**D. Freedman (Northwestern)**

*Coordination Complex for Quantum Computing*

Forging Solid-State Qubit Design Principles in a Molecular Furnace

Using Supramolecular Chemistry to Build Quantum Logic Gates

**C. Monroe (Maryland)**

*Trapped Ion Quantum Information*

Demonstrations of small ion trap quantum computers

Experimental Comparison of Two Quantum Computing Architectures

Demonstration of a Small Programmable Quantum Computer with Atomic Qubits

Quantum simulations with trapped ions

Quantum Simulation of Spin Models with Trapped Ions

Non-thermalization in trapped atomic ion spin chains

Scaling the trapped ion quantum computer

Co-designing a Scalable Quantum Computer with Trapped Atomic Ions

**S. Hoyer (Google)**

*Machine Learning*

Neural Networks and Deep Learning

**N. Drichko (JHU) and J. Checkelsky (MIT)**

*School Summary*