Computing, AI & Robotics

“Quantum information science and technology (QIST) is at a crucial juncture,” said Carr, a professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines.
Acting as “artificial atoms,” quantum dots are used in widely ranging contexts, from tests of molecule formation to quantum computing.
A rapidly advancing research area, spintronics explores methods to exploit a property of electrons to encode information faster and in a more energy efficient fashion than conventional computing electronics.
The goal of the two-day NSF Workshop on Quantum Engineering Education on Feb. 25-26 is to build a roadmap to establishing the robust and diverse student pipeline and educational infrastructure that the U.S. and its businesses need to lead the quantum revolution.
Colorado School of Mines’ Computer Science Department has received funding from Google to create a mentorship program to encourage undergraduate students from underrepresented groups to pursue graduate education and research in computer science.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? Mines has a great reputation in creating world-class engineers. As soon as I decided to become one, I knew Mines would
A new statewide transfer agreement will make it simpler for community college students across Colorado to transfer into Colorado School of Mines’ undergraduate computer science program.
“It was quite literally the best professional development I’ve ever had as a teacher,” said Jocelyn Nguyen-Reed of Cherry Creek Innovation Campus.
Led by Physics Associate Professor Eliot Kapit, Mines researchers will contribute to the center’s quantum computer design on multiple fronts.
“Artificial intelligence is certainly on the rise and has been for several years,” said Tracy Camp, department head and professor of computer science at Mines. “There’s just so much in our world today where we can use machine learning or AI to improve on our society or lives.”