From Discover Magazine, September 15, 2021: The the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C) developed a survey in 2020 to gather information from QED-C member companies about their workforce needs. FermiLab research associate Ciaran Hughes and colleagues surveyed 57 companies involved in the incipient quantum industry to find out what kinds of skills they are looking for and those that are most in demand. This is the largest survey undertaken of the quantum industry and the results offer some surprises.

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The Snowmass early career survey is an initiative to seek input from junior and senior current and former users and collaborators of US-funded experiments and facilities of the High-Energy Physics and Astrophysics community.

On March 17, all Fermilab employees were invited by Tim Meyer, Head of Technology Engagements, via an all-hands message to contribute to a benchmarking study on innovation and entrepreneurship entitled: Entrepreneurial Thinking: Historical and Observational Study (ETHOS). This is a reminder that all Fermilab employees are invited to contribute to this research project by taking a 10-15 minute survey to analyze the innovation and entrepreneurial culture of Fermilab. In order to get valid results, we need 325 responses to the survey —…

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Prognos AG is looking for early-career researchers to take part in interviews for the DAAD study “International Mobility of Researchers”. Why are early-career researchers interested in conducting research abroad? What information do they need? A worldwide survey by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and Research in Germany seeks to answer these questions. If you are interested, please get in contact with Alina Ostkamp.

The Visa Office is pleased to assist the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with their worldwide survey on research stays abroad. If you have already taken the survey, we want to thank you very much for your support! Why are doctoral students (Dr or PhD) and postdocs interested in conducting research abroad? What information needs do they have when going abroad? The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and “Research in Germany” are conducting a worldwide online survey to answer these…