The encoding of information onto individual quantum states and use for communication, memory, and computation is a driving motivation for interdisciplinary research. The synthesis of materials and characterization of the material structure, property, and performance provide opportunities to fundamentally shape the realization of quantum information devices. Linked improvements in materials fabrication, characterization, and simulation are needed to improve quantum computing materials and create new materials that may have a revolutionary impact on quantum information device design. This symposium will act as a conduit to unite researchers in the materials science and quantum information device communities and provide a forum that addresses understanding and connections of structure property relationships across length scales and device performance relevant to quantum information. Topics include research addressing materials issues in quantum information devices; in addition to research focused on new quantum states of matter that can support quantum information, and new combinations of materials that offer promise to introduce new classes of quantum information devices.