Artur Ekert Born: 19Sep1961 Birthplace: Wroclaw, Poland
Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Occupation: Physicist Nationality: England Executive summary: Quantum cryptography Artur Ekert is a leading investigator of quantum computation who, in 1991, devised of a system of quantum cryptography, in which datacarrying quantumentangled pairs of photons are transmitted by laser in such a way that any interference will be detected. He has also studied atomic clocks, decoherence free subspaces, entanglement swapping, quantum cloning and purification, and the relation between mathematical proofs and the laws of physics. University: BS, Jagiellonian University (1980) University: MS Physics and Mathematics, Jagiellonian University (1985) University: PhD Physics, Oxford University (1991) Scholar: Quantum Physics, Oxford University (199198) Teacher: Physics, Oxford University (199498) Professor: Physics, Oxford University (19982002) Professor: Physics, National University of Singapore (2002) Professor: Quantum Physics, Cambridge University (2002)
Hughes Medal 2007 Naturalized UK Citizen Polish Ancestry
Official Website: http://qubit.damtp.cam.ac.uk/users/artur/
Author of books:
The Physics of Quantum Information: Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Teleportation, Quantum Computation (2000, with Dirk Bouwmeester and Anton Zeilinger)
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