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Mustafa Gundogan, Marie Curie Fellow at Humboldt University of Berlin, Has Agreed to Speak Nov 3 on “A Survey of Research on Quantum Repeaters” at IQT-NYC

By IQT News posted 08 Oct 2021

(IQT-NYC) Mustafa Gundogan, Marie Curie Fellow at Humboldt University of Berlin, has agreed to speak November 3 @ 9:20 am on Panel I: “A Survey of Research on Quantum Repeaters” at Inside Quantum Technology New York.
Mustafa studied physics in Turkey, earning his BSc and MSc degrees in physics from Bilkent (2008) and Koç Universities (2010) before moving to ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences in Barcelona for his PhD. He graduated in 2015 with a thesis focused on the development of solid-state quantum memory devices for single photonic qubits. Afterwards he moved to the University of Cambridge where his work was centered on quantum optics with novel color centers in diamond. Currently, as a Marie Curie fellow, he has been leading the quantum optics and memory activities within the Joint Lab Integrated Quantum Sensors group at the Humboldt University of Berlin where he is applying his experience in quantum optics and information science to space-based scenarios.

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