We're pleased to announce that Rubem Mondaini from the Beijing Computational Sciences Research Centre will give CQT's next colloquium. He will speak on "Many-body localization: When thermalization fails and how to observe it experimentally", describing both cold atom platforms and results using quantum circuits of superconducting qubits.
All welcome at S15-03-16 from 4pm on Thursday 21 November.
Charles Lim, a CQT Fellow, has won the Singapore Young Scientist Award 2019 "for his research on quantum cryptography that paves the way to practical quantum-safe networks". The national award is presented to scientists aged 35 and below who have shown potential to be world-class researchers in their field of expertise.
Read about the research of CQT Principal Investigator Murray Barrett and his group in Bloomberg Businessweek! The article The Race to Build the World's Most Precise Clock features the work of Murray and his team with the element lutetium, including interviews and photos from the CQT lab. Follow the link to the story on Bloomberg's website.
Scientists at CQT are pushing the limits of today’s quantum technology, to reveal applications previously never thought of. Get a perspective on CQT's research in this feature by NUS News, with comments from CQT's Director and profiles of our Principal Investigators Alexander Ling, Loh Huanqian and Dimitris Angelakis. NUS News is published by the National University of Singapore, CQT's host university.
Why you should care about quantum physics
CQT's Valerio Scarani made a case in the 26 October edition of Singapore's The Straits Times for better understanding of quantum technologies. He compares what people may have learned about quantum physics from the movies with exciting developments in the real world.
Learn more about Singapore's quantum ecosystem: the Quantum SG website lists 43 research groups and offers a community view on making Singapore an international hub in quantum technologies.
CQT Director Artur Ekert is named a ‘Citation Laureate’ by the Web of Science Group, recognising researchers "
CQT hosts hackathon for quantum coding
Over 40 students and professionals experimented with Qiskit, one of the leading software development frameworks for quantum computing, at a two-day hackathon held at CQT in October. Qiskit coaches flew in from IBM Research in the US and Japan to support this community-organised event.