CQT features in a new documentary series by NUS and CNA

 

CQT and its research in quantum communications and quantum computing are featured in a new documentary series, Innovating for the future. The series looks at how the university community at the National University of Singapore (NUS) is catalysing positive change in Singapore and beyond. The series airs every Wednesday at 7pm until 29 June. Episodes are also available to watch on the Channel NewsAsia website.



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University of Strathclyde and NUS to co-ordinate satellite quantum communications

The University of Strathclyde and NUS have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on satellite quantum communications. Under the agreement, the universities will coordinate so that optical ground stations used by the institutions are able to receive signals from satellites operated by each other. CQT Principal Investigator Alexander Ling’s group leads the project from NUS.

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CQT researchers awarded grants under Singapore’s Quantum Engineering Programme

Congratulations to CQT researchers and their teams who have been awarded grants under Singapore’s Quantum Engineering Programme (QEP)! The eighteen awarded projects cover quantum communication and security, quantum computing and processors and quantum sensing, and were entered to QEP’s calls for proposals.

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CQT welcomes Wong Zi Hao as Artist-in-Residence. The residency is organised in collaboration with NUS Museum as part of the NUS Public Art Initiatives.

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Three stories have won prizes in the Quantum Shorts flash fiction competition organised by CQT and international partners. Congratulations to the authors!

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Meet a CQTian: Fernando Valadares

From Recife, Brazil, PhD student Fernando Valadares brings his experience in electronics and solid-state physics to making circuits for quantum computing. On what drew him to quantum, he says, “I can't really put a finger on it. But there is something attractive about how finely we can control nature in terms of quantum mechanics. It is really satisfying to just step into the laboratory and start playing around with single photons.” 

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