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Networked Quantum Information Technologies

February 6, 2017 - 11:00am
Speaker: 
Ian Walmsley
Institution: 
University of Oxford

Hybrid light-matter networks offer the promise for delivering robust quantum information processing technologies, from sensor arrays to secure communications to quantum simulators and eventually to a quantum computer. Photonics plays a major role in delivering new these new enhanced performance applications. I will describe recent science and engineering progress towards build a resilient, scalable photonic quantum network.

2400 CSS Building
MD 20742

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