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ANNA GRASSELLINO, THE ITALIAN ENGINEER WHO WILL BUILD THE QUANTUM SUPER COMPUTER Anna Grassellino is a 39-year-old Italian electronic engineer, graduated from the University of Pisa and awarded the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers in 2017 by Barack Obama, an award to the most promising professionals in scientific research. From December 2019, deputy director of the American particle physics laboratory Fermilab in Chicago, for the advancement of key technologies in energy physics, she will also direct the National Quantum Information Science Research Center, a program worth 115 million dollars, entrusted by the US Department of Energy, which will aim to build a revolutionary quantum computer (Superconducting Quantum Materials and Systems Center), in collaboration with Rigetti Computing, Northwestern University, Ames Laboratory, NASA, INFN and other partners. The center will also develop new quantum sensors, which could lead to the discovery of the nature of dark matter and other little-known subatomic particles. Fermilab will not, however, be the only laboratory selected in this research: four other national centers, in fact, will help the project in making progress in the quantum field, as part of the U.S. project. National Quantum Initiative. Source: “Fermilab to lead $ 115 million National Quantum Information Science Research Center to build revolutionary quantum computer with Rigetti Computing, Northwestern University, Ames Laboratory, NASA, INFN and additional partners.”, FermiLab.

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