Over the last semester, faculty from Physics and three other departments and more than 50 students participated in a new course on Quantum Computing, Information, and Devices. Please join us Tuesday, May 18, from 12 PM to 2 PM for the final capstone of the course: a virtual poster session presenting the outcomes of the students’ group projects. With topics ranging from quantum gate implementations, to quantum algorithms, to quantum error correction codes, these presentations will bring together the mathematics, physics, engineering, and computer science dimensions of the field. Hosted on Gather.town, the session will allow you to browse posters, and interact with the students and faculty in an unstructured environment. The session is free, but please register to get the login information, so we know how many to expect: http://cglink.me/2cS/r1098320.