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Elements of a photonic quantum network

Date Mo, 04.04.2011 - Mo, 04.04.2011
Time 17:00
Speaker Ian Walmsley, University of Oxford
Location Uni Geneva, Auditoire Stuckelberg
Program Ian Walmsley,
Hooke Professor of Experimental Physics
Pro-Vice-Chancellor Research
University of Oxford

will give a talk on Elements of a photonic quantum network at the University of Geneva

Auditoire Stuckelberg
Ecole de Physique
Universite de Geneve
24 quai Ansermet
1205 Geneve
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Link Ian Walmsley, University of Oxford
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