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Quantum Undergraduate Education and Scientific Training

  title={Quantum Undergraduate Education and Scientific Training},
  author={Justin K. Perron and Charles DeLeone and Shahed Sharif and Tom Carter and Joshua M. Grossman and Gina Passante and Joshua Sack},
Justin K. Perron, Charles DeLeone, Shahed Sharif, Tom Carter, Joshua M. Grossman, Gina Passante, and Joshua Sack Department of Physics, California State University San Marcos Department of Mathematics, California State University San Marcos Department of Computer Science, California State University Stanislaus Department of Physics, St. Mary’s College of Maryland Department of Physics, California State University Fullerton Department of Mathematics and Statistics, California State University… 

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