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Navy Works with UC Riverside to Advance Major Computing Breakthrough

The Naval Engineering Education Consortium (NEEC), teamed with the University of California, Riverside (UCR), is helping further technological advancements by studying quantum computing.UCR professors and students are using predictive quantum simulations to control electrons and qubits (the basic unit of memory) for quantum computers. In contrast to classical computers, quantum computers rely on quantum states to store data and perform some computations that classical computers cannot handle.By studying interactions between ele...

The Naval Engineering Education Consortium (NEEC), teamed with the University of California, Riverside (UCR), is helping further technological advancements by studying quantum computing.

UCR professors and students are using predictive quantum simulations to control electrons and qubits (the basic unit of memory) for quantum computers. In contrast to classical computers, quantum computers rely on quantum states to store data and perform some computations that classical computers cannot handle.

By studying interactions between electrons to control qubits, researchers will be able to solve significant mathematical problems and tasks that are currently difficult and/or impossible for existing computers and humans, according to NSWC Corona scientists Dr. Benny Cheng and Aaron Fogel.

“Quantum control algorithms enable us to control how a quantum computer operates,” said Dr. Bryan Wong, UCR professor, lead principal investigator, and supervisor of the graduate students in the study.

By studying the use of quantum optimal control algorithms, researchers could possibly answer difficult problems in a much faster manner, he said.

“This project supports the scientific training of graduate students in areas of interest to the Navy, while also gaining a deeper scientific understanding on controlling quantum systems that can enable next-generation computing,” said Wong.

Yuan Chen and Simon Sandhofer are the two graduate students UCR selected to set up algorithms to manipulate quantum systems for the project.

“We are approaching the limits of classical computers,” Chen said. “To advance further, we really need to understand and consider quantum effects.”

According to Fogel, the new tool, with lots of unique paths to computing, can potentially help the Navy solve difficult problems and allow Navy technology to have a much stronger computing base.

"Development in computation capabilities is crucial for advancements in today’s modern world," Sandhofer said.

He added that researching the advanced computers and qubits will have considerable implications for the world and for what is possible through advanced technology.

"Quantum control algorithms are important because they allow us to model and predict how a given quantum system will behave,” Sandhofer said. “This is an extremely important tool in designing quantum computers, because potential designs can be tested without having to go through the time-consuming, difficult, and expensive process of building them in the real world while maintaining the efficiency and accuracy of existing designs.”

Although the study is in the early stages, Sandhofer said he is already seeing great progress in the trials.

“It’s been very rewarding seeing how accurate our algorithm is in terms of moving the electrons to where we requested,” he said. “This should, hopefully, result in some meaningful contributions to the fields of quantum simulation and control.”

Quantum computing is believed to be the next major breakthrough in the world, Chen said. With the help of NEEC, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and UCR, the U.S. could be at the forefront of quantum computing benefits allowing more resources to warfighters and helping NAVSEA continue to develop into a world-class naval engineering workforce.

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Portland State vs. Cal Baptist: Betting Trends, Record ATS, Home/Road Splits - November 17

The Cal Baptist Lancers (2-0) and the Portland State Vikings (3-0) take the floor at CBU Events Center on Friday, November 17, 2023 at 10:00 PM ET on ESPN+. The matchup has no line set.Place your bets on any college basketball matchup at BetMGM, and sign up with our link for a first-time deposit bonus!Portland State vs. Cal Baptist Odds & Info...

The Cal Baptist Lancers (2-0) and the Portland State Vikings (3-0) take the floor at CBU Events Center on Friday, November 17, 2023 at 10:00 PM ET on ESPN+. The matchup has no line set.

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Portland State vs. Cal Baptist Home/Away Splits (Last Season)

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4-8Away Record5-9
8-5-0Home ATS Record1-9-0
4-8-0Away ATS Record5-7-0
76.0Points Scored Per Game (Home)77.7
63.1Points Scored Per Game (Away)74.4
5-8-0Over-Under-Push Record (Home)3-7-0
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Aaron Hake Tapped To Lead Riverside County Transportation Commission

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — A longtime employee of the Riverside County Transportation Commission whose past duties have included a variety of projects and tasks will be taking over as the agency's executive director next year.Aaron Hake, 39, of Norco, was selected by RCTC's Executive Committee last week to take the seat that will soon be vacant with the pending retirement of Anne Mayer.She announced last month that she will be leaving on May 1, at which point Hake will officially assume the executive director position, offici...

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — A longtime employee of the Riverside County Transportation Commission whose past duties have included a variety of projects and tasks will be taking over as the agency's executive director next year.

Aaron Hake, 39, of Norco, was selected by RCTC's Executive Committee last week to take the seat that will soon be vacant with the pending retirement of Anne Mayer.

She announced last month that she will be leaving on May 1, at which point Hake will officially assume the executive director position, officials said.

"Throughout Aaron's 17 years of service to RCTC, his leadership and effectiveness has resulted in major wins for our region, from funding for major infrastructure projects to passage or defeat of key legislation," RCTC Chairman Robert Magee said. "Aaron's credibility and deep knowledge of the county and transportation policy in this era of change will be invaluable as we work to deliver the transportation infrastructure we know this county needs."

Hake, who is currently RCTC's deputy executive director, said he was "humbled" by the committee's unanimous vote to appoint him.

"Having lived in Riverside County nearly my entire life and raising a family here, I know the value of a quality transportation system and maintaining open space to our residents," he said. "Every day, residents and businesses depend on our unrelenting effort to deliver improved regional transportation. I am committed to serving our communities with integrity, finding solutions together and advocating for projects that make life better in Riverside County."

Hake was hired by RCTC in 2006, working in an advocacy position which netted funding for improvement projects on the Riverside (91) Freeway and Interstate 15.

In 2016, he was upped to director of external affairs, and in 2021, he became deputy executive director of the county's Regional Conservation Authority, which is under the RCTC umbrella, focusing on habitat preservation projects.

Lake Elsinore Mayor Natasha Johnson said his contributions there included accelerating "habitat conservation by implementing streamlined approaches, collaborating with stakeholders and successfully securing more state and federal funding."

Last year, Hake was promoted to deputy executive director of RCTC, managing multi-modal and express lanes operations, as well as external affairs.

The commission has about 80 people on staff and an annual budget of $1 billion.

It is independent of county government and was established as the steward of Measure A transportation revenue, derived from a countywide half-cent sales tax dedicated to local projects since the mid 1990s.

Riverside looks to revitalize downtown

City pulls $315,000 for grant matching in bid to qualify for funds, declares a ‘slum and blight area’RIVERSIDE — Riverside city council members weighed several initiatives intended to spruce up the downtown area of the northeast Washington County town during a meeting Monday night. The agenda included several items related to a Community Development Block Grant application, one of which designated a collection of buildings as a “slum and blight area.”The city expects that the declaration of such an...

City pulls $315,000 for grant matching in bid to qualify for funds, declares a ‘slum and blight area’

RIVERSIDE — Riverside city council members weighed several initiatives intended to spruce up the downtown area of the northeast Washington County town during a meeting Monday night. The agenda included several items related to a Community Development Block Grant application, one of which designated a collection of buildings as a “slum and blight area.”

The city expects that the declaration of such an area, encompassing 11 buildings around the intersection of Washburn Street and First Street, will help it qualify for downtown revitalization funds through a state community development block grant.

"It’s a realistic thing we need to say, that this is an area that hasn’t been taken care of, that needs some work,“ City Administrator Cole Smith said. ”The hope is, at the end of this, many of our issues have been addressed and it will no longer be a, ‘Slum and blight area,’ … I think it’s important to be honest with yourself, and not letting pride get in the way of progress.“

The grant, if it’s approved in January, would require matching funds, which the city plans to split about evenly between its own casino revenue fund and property owner contributions.

That works out to about $315,000 chipped in by the city. While smith said municipal officials had initially budgeted only $200,000 to throw behind the project, rising costs of materials and higher-than-anticipated interest by downtown property owners brought the number up.

A consultant’s assessment of the area last year found 10 of the 11 buildings in “blighted” condition, according to a city report. At Monday night’s meeting, Smith said nine of those had owners interested in revitalization projects.

“We do have the funds available to be able to make that contribution,” he said at the meeting. “I think when it comes to these casino funds that we have, looking for ways to further leverage these and make sure they have a larger impact than just the dollars themselves is always important to consider.”

A memo shared with council members before Monday’s meeting said the city’s casino revenue fund had over $179,000 of unallocated money for the year, putting the $115,000 addition well within reach.

While it’s still a lot of cash from the town of just over 1,000 residents, City Council Person Tom Sexton said the improvements would be worth the investment.

“The work that can happen on these buildings could take them into another century, hopefully. If we get these buildings spruced up, who knows what commercialism can happen down there, and tourism possibly coming in,” he said. “I hate to see funds going out that can’t be used for the general public of residents in town, but I think, in a roundabout way, it will.”

The sum brings Riverside’s ask up to the $650,000 maximum request for downtown revitalization CDBGs from the Iowa Economic Development Authority.

Smith said building owners had been given checklists of exterior improvements by a consultant company. The options include everything from facade improvements to window and door replacements to signage updates to new roofing to tuckpointing.

If the grant is approved, the city’s goal is to address at least half the items on those lists, according to Smith, who said construction would begin next summer and last roughly through 2025.

“It’s really focused on the outside appearance of buildings, bringing those — I’m going to say — in line with original design, while also maintaining modern functionality,” Smith said.

Community members are optimistic about the potential impact of the grant, if it gets the green light. One building owner thanked council members for the effort personally, during a public comment section of this week’s meeting.

Washington Economic Development Group Executive Director Mary Audia said the improvements would be a massive boon.

“The ongoing pandemic, increasing urbanization, and aged infrastructure have all put a strain on existing resources for rural towns,” she said in an email. “It’s an exciting time for Riverside and will be a big boost to their vitality and economy.”

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Vikings Take Hot Start To Lancer Joust Tournament This Week

THE LANCER JOUST TOURNAMENTPORTLAND STATE VIKINGS (3-0) at CALIFORNIA BAPTIST LANCERS (2-0) Friday, November 17, 2023, 7 p.m. • CBU Events Center (5,050), Riverside, CAvs. CAL POLY MUSTANGS (1-2) Saturday, November 18, 2023, 2:30 p.m. • CBU Events Center (5,050), Riverside, CAvs. ST. THOMAS TOMMIES (2-1) Sunday, November 19, 2023, 2:30 p.m. • CBU Events Center (5,050), ...

THE LANCER JOUST TOURNAMENT

PORTLAND STATE VIKINGS (3-0) at CALIFORNIA BAPTIST LANCERS (2-0)

Friday, November 17, 2023, 7 p.m. • CBU Events Center (5,050), Riverside, CA

vs. CAL POLY MUSTANGS (1-2)

Saturday, November 18, 2023, 2:30 p.m. • CBU Events Center (5,050), Riverside, CA

vs. ST. THOMAS TOMMIES (2-1)

Sunday, November 19, 2023, 2:30 p.m. • CBU Events Center (5,050), Riverside, CA Live Stream: ESPN+ on Friday, YouTube on Saturday (https://youtube.com/live/6fH_cOwnNnU?feature=share) YouTube on Sunday (https://youtube.com/live/HU7SOHqlABM?feature=share) Live Stats: www.ViksLive.com

OPENING TIP

Portland State will play in The Lancer Joust Tournament hosted by California Baptist, a three-day, four-team tournament, this weekend in Riverside, CA. The Vikings, 3-0 after one week of play, will take on the host Lancers on Friday, then Cal Poly Saturday and St. Thomas on Sunday.

Portland State will try to maintain the momentum that has gotten it off to a fast start in the 2023-24 season. At 3-0, the Vikings are off to their best start since beginning 4-0 in the 2017-18 season. Last week, PSU beat Air Force and UC Santa Barbara on the road, then came home to defeat Linfield in its home opener.

This week's tournament will provide a solid challenge against three teams from three different Division I conference. California Baptist is currently 2-0, Cal Poly is 1-2 and St. Thomas is 2-1. It wraps up a stretch of six games in the first 14 days of the season. The Vikings then have a week off before resuming play at home on Nov. 28.

Last season, Portland State picked up a win at California Baptist, 74-72, and lost at Cal Poly, 72-49. The Vikings have never played St. Thomas.

PSU's good start to the season can be attributed to depth, good defense and aggressive, scrappy play. Although the Vikings have been out-rebounded through three games, they hold a +7.0 turnover margin and allow only 61.0 points per game. PSU has gotten to the free throw line 71 times compared to 44 for their opponents. Although they haven't quite found their shooting touch with a .417/.299/.676 slash line, the Vikings have handled the ball well with only 9.3 turnovers per game and averaged 11.0 offensive rebounds.

One media outlet, Field of 68 Media Network, had the Vikings ranked 24th in their mid-major Top 25 this week (UC Santa Barbara was 18th).

The Vikings took a 70-53 win over Division III Linfield on Sunday. In that game, SR F KJ Allen had 18 points, seven rebounds and five steals. Allen now leads the Vikings in scoring (12.3) while SR G Jorell Saterfield averages 10.7 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists.

This weekend's games will be played at the Events Center at California Baptist. Friday's game is at 7 p.m. and will be live streamed on ESPN+. PSU plays at 2:30 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. Those game will be live streamed on YouTube (details to be announced). Live statistics will be available at www.ViksLive.com.

COMING UP

After the opening stretch of six games, PSU will get a week's rest. The Vikings follow with six more non-conference games, three at home and three on the road, leading into the Christmas holiday. PSU's next home game is Nov. 28 against University of Portland.

In all, Portland State plays 13 non-conference games (one comes in January), with four at home, seven on the road and two neutral site contests.

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VIKING MAINSTAY

SR G Jorell Saterfield has started all 34 games of his Viking career. He is the Vikings' top returning scorer at 13.1 points per game last year and was named to the preseason All-Big Sky Conference team this fall.

BOBBY 3-BALL

SR G Bobby Harvey has kept his three-point shooting consistent over his one-plus seasons at Portland State. Harvey has made five threes in the first three games. That makes 30 consecutive games he has made a three-pointer. He is five games shy of the PSU record of 35 straight games with a three, held by Brian Towne (1997-98).

OUTDOOR NAME, INDOOR GAME

SR F Hunter Woods has a decidedly outdoor-sounding name. But he excels at the indoor game of basketball. Woods has averaged 9.6 points and 4.8 rebounds in 34 career games as a Viking. Against Linfield he passed the career milestone of 1,000 points. Woods scored 676 points in 84 games at Elon. He now has 327 in 34 games at Portland State for a total of 1,003.

IT'S NOT WHO STARTS...

JR F Isaiah Johnson did not start in the first two games, and in fact has only started five of his 34 games as a Viking. But he has proven to be one of the most valuable players on the team.

READY WHEN YOUR NUMBER IS CALLED

Continuing the trend of last season, Head Coach Jase Coburn went deep into his bench in the first three games. The Vikings have 258 bench minutes out of 600 total minutes, getting 90 points and 49 rebounds from the backups.

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