Conference photographs can be found here.
The final programme of the QIPCC 2014 conference has been published. Please find the final programme of the conference here.
The preliminary programme of the QSQW’2014 conference has been published. Please find the preliminary programme of the conference here.
The interview of Prof. A.V. Gorokhov about his visit to UKZN and NITheP KZN node. Prof. A.V. Gorokhov (Samara State University, Russia) visited NITheP KZN node and CQT@UKZN for a month in July-August 2014. Recently, he gave an interview describing his experience in Durban. (It is in Russian, but I’m sure Google-translate can help you)
PhD student at UKZN’s School of Chemistry and Physics, Miss Yaseera Ismail, was placed third in an oral competition at the 8th North American International Optical Society of America (OSA) Networking of Students Conference (IONS) in Montréal, Canada. The IONS Conference is arranged by students to facilitate networking and learning opportunities for students around the
Second Announcement of “Quantum Simulations and Quantum Walks” conference can be downloaded here.
Dr Abdul Mirza was recognised with awards at the CEO Magazine’s annual Titans dinner in the Sector of Education and Training: Academic. He was awarded as both the South African and SADC Regional winner. The award was in recognition of his efforts and leadership in research, industry development, social responsibility and his strategic vision for
Yaseera Ismail I have worked and studied at South African universities since beginning my undergraduate degree. I started my research career at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), which is one of 10 national research facilities, and I am currently based in the Quantum Research Group at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN). Here,
Ms. Maria Schuld has won the award from Berlin Physical Society (Physik-Studienpreis der Physikalischen Gesellschaft zu Berlin) for her Master’s thesis titled: “A quantum physics approach to neural networks”. Congratulations Maria!
An article by Associate Professor in the School of Chemistry and Physics, Professor Mark Tame, on his ground-breaking research concerning a new kind of quantum error correction has been published in the reputed Nature Communications journal. Tame’s work could have huge implications for quantum information processing, which in turn offers incredible potential for computing and communication