Next CQT colloquium on Thursday 18 April

 

We're pleased to announce our next colloquium: Noah Stephens-Davidowitz from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will speak on "Benefits and risks of post-quantum cryptography from lattices".

Join us for his talk from 4pm, Thursday 18 April at CQT's seminar room, S15-03-15/16. Everyone is welcome.



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A national research centre of excellence

 

The Centre for Quantum Technologies was established as a national research centre of excellence in Singapore in 2007. We have over 150 scientists and students doing research into the foundations of quantum physics and the ways quantum physics enables new technologies. 



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Finalists in the Quantum Shorts film festival

 

Ten short films have been selected for screenings in the international Quantum Shorts film festival, run by CQT with a constellation of prestigious partners. Comments from the shortlisting judges included “weirdly compelling” and "creative and funny”. Watch them all at the contest website.



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Singapore and UK collaborate to develop quantum-secured communications networks

 

The S$18 million initiative between the Singapore and UK governments will build and deploy a satellite quantum key distribution (QKD) test bed. Under the collaboration, Singapore and UK will co-develop a 'QKD Qubesat', a satellite based on the CubeSat standard that will use a pioneering QKD technology from Singapore to test the secure distribution of cryptographic keys over globe-spanning distances.



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Quantum memory could write itself

Writing in Physical Review Letters, CQT researchers and their collaborators have defined a new measure of free energy for quantum systems called the 'thermal information capacity’.

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CQT's Loh Huanqian has won a L'Oréal Singapore For Women in Science National Fellowship. She leads a group working on quantum control of ultracold molecules.

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Meet the quantum fridge

CQT researchers have built an 'absorption refrigerator' that's just three atoms big. In a paper published in Nature Communications, the team of experimentalists and theorists describe how they used the device to explore quantum effects in thermodynamics.

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Centre for Quantum Technologies, NUS
Science Drive 2 Block S15-03-18
Singapore 117543

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+65 6516 2818

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