Quantum science and engineering courses at Stanford are available from a number of departments. We have created this list as a starting point for students to research and consider courses that align with their interests in quantum. Conversations with your faculty advisor and peer advisors are tremendously beneficial. EE undergraduate degree progress and peer advisor page and EE graduate degree progress and peer advisor page.
Course number and name can change. Check Stanford Bulletin ExploreCourses for details.
|Course Number:||Course Name:||Instructor(s)|
|EE 65||Modern Physics for Engineers||D. Miller|
|EE 134||Introduction to Photonics||Congreve|
|EE 222/223||Applied Quantum Mechanics I, II||D. Miller|
|EE 234||Photonics Lab||tba|
|EE 243||Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices||tba|
|EE 336||Nanophotonics||S. Fan|
|EE340||Optical Micro and Nano Cavities||Vuckovic|
|EE222 / MATSCI 201||Applied Quantum Mechanics I||Miller|
|EE276 / STATS 376A||Information Theory (including quantum information theory)||Tse / Weissman|
Photonics, Nanoscience and Quantum Technology
Quantum-related Courses in Electrical Engineering
Quantum Faculty in Electrical Engineering
Full list of Quantum-related courses at Stanford – Quantum Science and Engineering Courses at Stanford (Opens Q-FARM site)