Webinar graphic, Careers, Life, and Yale Thursday Show: Quantum Computing & Its Mysteries: A Quantum Jump

Quantum physics was invented to account for two fundamental features of measurement results – their discreetness and randomness. Today, quantum computing appears poised to tackle computational problems that otherwise appear insurmountable. The advances in the field, at Yale and beyond, drive progress to both an emerging industry and to fundamental scientific discoveries that have eluded scientist for more than a hundred years.

In this webinar, we will meet the world of quantum and peer into one of the latest top scientific discoveries that originated at Yale and was the dissertation work of the speaker: To Catch and Reverse a Quantum Jump Mid-Flight.

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