Colloquia & Guest Speakers
The Tangled Web: Quantum Entanglement and its Applications
Dr. Daniel James, University of Toronto
Monday, October 2, 2017
In this talk I will present a (somewhat personalized) over-view of the past 25 years' endeavors to develop useful quantum technologies. I will touch on topics such as quantum key distribution, quantum teleportation, quantum computing and quantum metrology, describing how far we have come and the challenges that still remain.
Daniel James is a Welshman, born in exile in rainy Manchester, in northwest England. He was educated at the University of Oxford and at The Institute of Optics, University of Rochester, (where he got his Ph.D. with Emil Wolf in 1992). He was a staff member in the Theoretical Division of Los Alamos National Laboratory for a decade or so before joining the faculty of the University of Toronto in September, 2005. He works in theoretical optical physics and quantum information.
Location: Goergen 101
Refreshments will be served.