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Submission deadline: 

Monday, February 4, 2013

Registration deadline: 

Friday, April 19, 2013

A brief introduction and demonstration of Cambridge Instruments' QuantumWave 4083 PXI RF Synthesizer. This module was designed specifically for use by the Ion Trap Quantum Computing research community, but is suitable for many other RF or microwave applications. Please leave your feedback at www.CambridgeInstruments.com.

A Call for Papers has been opened for the Horizons Satellite Event "Mini Workshop on Quantum Information Science". The event will be held at the Department of Physics of National Taiwan University on the 19th of October, following the main "Horizons of Quantum Physics" workshop. More information on our website.

Date: Tuesday 25th September 2012
Time: 10:00am British Summer Time
Speaker: Stephanie Wehner (Singapore)
Title: Uncertainty and the generation of randomness
Abstract TBA

Please note the unusual time - this is because the talk is given from Singapore.

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Applications are invited for the above post to work with Dr Madalin Guta (School of Mathematics), Prof Juan Garrahan and Dr Igor Lesanovsky (School of Physics & Astronomy) on an EPSRC-funded project titled “Large deviations and dynamical phase transitions in open quantum systems: from mathematical theory to physical applications”.

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