Covering the key areas where quantum technology are and will make an impact.
This International Women's Day AZoQuantum spoke to Elizabeth Apala, Senior Research Assistant at NASA's Goddard Flight Centre, about her career in STEM as a Native American woman, her inspirations, and the future of physics for women.
AZoQuantum spoke to Matthew Walker, associate professor of astrophysics and cosmology at Carnegie Mellon University, about the James Webb Telescope and the dark matter research that hopes to draw on its findings.
AZoQuantum talks to David Kipping, assistant professor at Columbia University, about his hunt for exomoons and the discovery of Kepler 1708 b i.
AZoQuantum talks to Dr. James Quach about his research surrounding quantum batteries and the theoretical concept of superadsorption.
AZoQuantum speaks with Dr. Richard K. Barry, Research Astrophysicist at the Laboratory for Exoplanets and Stellar Astrophysics, NASA Astrophysics Science Division. Dr. Barry has been investigating the use of AI to find masses of free-floating planets.
AZoQuantum talks to Professor Gretchen Benedix of Curtin University about the asteroid 4660 Nereus, next due to pass by the Earth on 11th December 2021.
AZoQuantum talks to Dr. Stefano Bagnulo about his research relating to the magnetism of white dwarfs.
AZoQuantum talks to Dr. Melvin Vopson about his research around the quantification of Information within the known universe.
AZoQuantum speaks with Professor Elisabetta Barberio from the School of Physics at The University of Melbourne. Professor Barberio is also the director of the Australian Research Council’s Center of Excellence for Dark Matter Particle Physics. The center is currently carrying out a study to detect dark matter, 1 kilometer underground, in a disused part of a goldmine under the town of Stawell, Victoria.
AZoQuantum talks to Dr. Sunny Vagnozzi, a researcher at the University of Cambridge, about his work relating to the direct detection of dark energy.