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I am a lecturer in Physics at University College London. 

On Google+ I am the curator of the #quant-ph discussion circle. Let me know if you'd like to join this circle.

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Good news for the scientific Python fans who are iPad fans...
Some time ago new Pythonista users posted requests to have numpy and other scientific libraries in Pythonista. Omz kindly answered that the port was hard job mainly due to the need of compiling some fortran code for IOS and ARM. In my experience numpy setup only needs c compilation.
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Have you tried +writeLaTeX?
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I'm very impressed by version 1.5 of TexPad on my Mac. Seamless auto-compile, sensible auto-completions and clean single window interface. First non-free Latex editor actually worth paying for (£14). 
Texpad is a LaTeX editor for iOS and OS X. With auto-complete, no-fuss typesetting, a document outline view, and translation of LaTeX's log into a browsable table of errors and warnings, it is the fastest and most pleasurable way to write LaTeX documents.
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The obvious problem of texshop is lack pf emacs key binings :-)
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Thanks Dan! By the way, there is a Nature article about this new Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab: http://www.nature.com/news/google-and-nasa-snap-up-quantum-computer-1.12999
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Some familiar names on this paper - HP quantum info folks create new 3D display tech.
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There are still a few places available at next week's Adiabatic Quantum Computation Conference in London - registrations will be accepted until Friday 1st March.
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Thanks.  I have a Ph.D. student who is starting to be able to see from where he is to the end of his thesis, but I won't jinx him by saying a date out loud.  Will pass on the info.
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It looks like your Google+ avatar can now appear next to your papers in Google searches. Hello +Stephen Jordan. 
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one more reason to stick to my arecibo representative
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A winsome new pre-print by Richard Jozsa and +Maarten Van den Nest.

http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.6190
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Charming.
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This seems like a worthwhile petition.
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This is great! Just wrote my own rant about it:
http://marozols.wordpress.com/2013/04/14/ctrlz-for-mathematica/
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And registration is now open at this workshop on Quantum Information and Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, at UBC, Vancouver in July (and it's sister conference "From Quantum Matter to Quantum Information" the week before).
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Did you know that this overlaps with the Reversible Computing conference in Victoria?  We have a paper submitted there, will know soon if it's accepted.  If it's accepted, may try to drop in on both.  In either case, this workshop sounds good!
http://www.reversible-computation.org/2013/cms/
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The deadline for this job ad is in 10 days time. Please pass it on to any suitable candidates.
 
The Department of Computer Science at UCL is advertising a lectureship in Quantum Information Theory.
UCL Search Engine: Lecturer in Quantum Information Theory, - Ref:1308810
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