Learn Quantum Cryptography (#3 of 3 series): Less certainty, more security

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Learn Quantum Cryptography (#3 of 3 series): Less certainty, more security

26 August, 2020

Content level: 100 — Event is for “Quantum Climbers” — those who have started to learn about QC but not consider themselves “fluent”

Speaker: Charles Clark, NIST Fellow

Physicist engaged in quantum computing and communication; dynamics of ultracold atoms; atomic, molecular and optical physics; laser cooling, trapping and control; neutron interferometry and detector development; extreme ultraviolet light; applications of synchrotron radiation.

Specialties: Theoretical and computational studies of atomic, molecular, optical, and condensed matter physics. Management of diversified scientific research and technical services organizations in government and academia. Leadership at international level of professional scientific societies, meetings and journals. Writing and speaking to lay audiences on frontiers of physics research. Design, development and execution of massive open online courses.

These “Meetup-Lite” events are **Free** and are online-only {connect & password information will be emailed to registered participants ~60 minutes prior to meeting}

Event artifacts, e.g. slides & recording (when available):

For a current listing of quantum-related live online events–globally–visit http://live.quantumapalooza.com/

Sponsor: Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
https://harrisburgU.edu/quantum email: [masked]