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Our first podcast episode is now online – with Martino Calzavara

Our first podcast episode is now online – with Martino Calzavara

The first episode of ML4Q&A is out now! In order to introduce this new format, I thought it makes sense to quickly answer the most frequent questions before you start listening.   What is ML4Q&A? In our new podcast series ML4Q&A we want to give researchers...

New insights on twisted van der Waals materials in Nature Physics

New insights on twisted van der Waals materials in Nature Physics

Together with researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Structure and Dynamics of Matter in Hamburg, the Flatiron Institute, Columbia University, and the Max Planck - New York City Center for Non-equilibrium Quantum Phenomena, Dante Kennes published results on the...

ML4Q featured in RWTH Themen

ML4Q featured in RWTH Themen

The new issue of RWTH Themen is now online. The issue's focus lies on the profile area "Information and Communication Technology". ML4Q contributed two articles about the cluster's mission (pages 25-27) as well as growing networks in the region that enhance...

Tommaso Calarco elected to acatech

Tommaso Calarco elected to acatech

Tommaso Calarco, Director at the Peter Grünberg Institute, Institute Division "Quantum Control" (PGI-8), and Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Cologne is a new full member of acatech - German Academy of Science and Engineering. Together with other...

DPG Industry Talk with Dieter Meschede

DPG Industry Talk with Dieter Meschede

Yesterday Dieter Meschede was invited by the Industrie-Club Bremen to give the opening talk of the Bremen Industry Talks entitled Quantentechnologie - Kuriosität oder technologische Revolution? [Quantum technologies - curiosity or technological revolution?]. Meschede...

Corinna Kollath named APS fellow

Corinna Kollath named APS fellow

Corinna Kollath was nominated by the APS Division of Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics to become an APS fellow. The APS Fellowship Program is a distinct honor signifying recognition by one's professional peers for outstanding original research and publication,...

New PRX Quantum paper on multiparty device-independent cryptography

New PRX Quantum paper on multiparty device-independent cryptography

ML4Q researchers led by Dagmar Bruss at HHU Düsseldorf have published recent results on multipartite device-independent (DI) protocols showing tight security proofs of DI conference key agreement and DI randomness generation protocols. Congratulations to all the...

Compact, stable and color-tunable – news from the ML4Q Fiber Lab

Compact, stable and color-tunable – news from the ML4Q Fiber Lab

In Optics Express, scientists led by Dieter Meschede report on building optical fiber filters that are not only extremely compact and stable, but also color-tunable. Optical resonators or filters are important components cutting out very narrow spectral lines from...