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FQXi Administrator Foundational Questions Institute, FQXi wrote on May. 23, 2022 @ 16:09 GMT
On the latest edition of the FQXi podcast, quantum physicist Nicole Yunger Halpern talks about her new book, "Quantum Steampunk," on quantum thermodynamics, temperatures below absolute zero, and the physics of yesterday's tomorrow.

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Quantum Steampunk: Physicist Nicole Yunger Halpern talks about her new book on quantum thermodynamics, temperatures below absolute zero, and the physics of yesterday's tomorrow.

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I also mention that Ian Durham, who regular visitors know well as an FQXi member, quantum physicist and frequent FQXi podcast contributor, is running a summer school at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire. It's on quantum computing and here are some more details from Ian:

Science and engineering stand before a new paradigm in which the exploitation of quantum phenomena offers major breakthroughs in sensing and measurement, computing and simulation, and communication and networking. Be a part of this revolution by joining Q-School!

Q-School is a two-week summer program taking place July 11 - 22, 2022 aimed at high school students wanting to develop real-world knowledge of quantum physics and information science. Through daily lectures and laboratory sessions, and an immersive experience with like-minded peers, students will learn the basics of quantum physics and computation, and ultimately develop and run code on a quantum computer."

The website is www.anselm.edu/q-school.



Keywords: #FQXiPodcast #QuantumSteampunk #QuantumThermodynamics #FFF #FetzerFranklinFund #InformationAsFuel #AbsoluteZero #Temperature #IanDurham #QSchool

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