Next CQT colloquium on 20 January

 

The first CQT Colloquium of 2022 will be presented online by Jerome Faist from ETH Zürich. He will speak on "Measurement of quantum correlations of vacuum outside the light cone" at 4pm Singapore time on Thursday 20 January, presenting experimental results on this counter-intuitive prediction of quantum field theory. Please register in advance to receive a Zoom link.



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National science award for CQT’s Yvonne Gao

CQT Principal Investigator Yvonne Gao has won a Young Scientist Award 2021 “For her work on developing the key hardware building blocks for quantum computers”. The award was presented by Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on 10 December 2021. I’m truly honoured to receive the YSA. This recognition is especially meaningful for both me and my team members as we have been working hard to establish our new research efforts in the past year,” says Yvonne.

 

 

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CQT researchers land on a magic wavelength for scaling atomic arrays

The group of Principal Investigator Loh Huanqian has become the first to use a class of ‘magic wavelengths’ for atom-trapping first predicted to exist over a decade ago. They used D1 magic wavelength optical tweezers to scale up their atom array numbers to an order of magnitude larger than was possible before. These findings are reported in Physical Review Research.

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Camp enjoyed by Singapore pre-university students made accessible to more learners through recorded talks and online notes.

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CQT PhD graduates Tobias Haug and Kishor Bharti and their collaborator demonstrate a tool that measures the power of parametrised quantum circuits.

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Meet a CQTian: Yingkai Ouyang

Meet Senior Research Fellow Yingkai Ouyang! Yingkai is currently working on both the intersections of quantum estimation theory and quantum information theory, as well as on quantum homomorphic encryption. On his favourite aspect of his work, Yingkai says, “I like to solve interesting problems and interact with interesting people. Solving problems using the language of mathematics is deeply satisfying.” Find out more about Yingkai’s research in this interview.

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