CQT is seven
10 December 2014
How do seven year-old research centres like to celebrate their birthday? With a scientific symposium, of course.
The Centre for Quantum Technologies turned seven this month. We celebrated with a symposium on 8 December featuring talks by three distinguished speakers.
- "Quantum information and the monogamy of entanglement" by Aram Harrow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
- "The Quantum Way of Doing Computations" by Rainer Blatt, University of Innsbruck, Austria
- "Random for whom?" by Valerio Scarani, Centre for Quantum Technologies, NUS
These excellent talks were a perfect birthday present for CQTians, and we thank the distinguished speakers for taking part in our special event. The sympoisum was held at the Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium at NUS University Town and was open to the public by prior registration.