Introducing SQMS to the press

On Aug. 26, Fermilab scientist Anna Grassellino met virtually with Chicagoland press to answer questions about the new Superconducting Quantum Materials and Systems Center, which has been awarded $115 million over five years to advance quantum technologies with the goal of building and deploying a revolutionary quantum computer. Grassellino is the center's director. people, quantum science, quantum information science, quantum computing Photo: Alexander Romanenko

On Aug. 26, Fermilab scientist Anna Grassellino met virtually with Chicagoland press to talk about the new Superconducting Quantum Materials and Systems Center, which has been awarded $115 million over five years to advance quantum technologies with the goal of building and deploying a revolutionary quantum computer. Grassellino is the center’s director. Photo: Alexander Romanenko

Grassellino waits for her cue to begin, while Lynn Johnson and Kurt Riesselmann ensure that camera, lighting, sound and online connections are in working order. people, quantum science, quantum information science, quantum computing Photo: Alexander Romanenko

Grassellino waits for her cue to begin, while Lynn Johnson and Kurt Riesselmann ensure that camera, lighting, sound and online connections are in working order. Photo: Alexander Romanenko