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We've announced the results of our Quantum Shorts film competition. Congratulations to the winners! Enjoy the movies here: http://shorts2014.quantumlah.org/winning-films

The image below comes from the film 20Hz, a visualisation of data from a geomagnetic storm, which took first prize. 
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Dipole QED: focus of our colloquium this week, 4pm on Thursday 

Find talk details and listings of other CQT events here: http://www.quantumlah.org/events/
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Lights. Camera. Quantum movie magic. Make a quantum-inspired short film for your chance to win cash prizes and a one-year digital subscription to Scientific American magazine. Deadline: February 1. 
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Registration is now open for the 22nd International Conference on Laser Spectroscopy (ICOLS) to be held in Singapore June 28 - Jul 3.

Confirmed speakers so far: Andrea Alberti, Aldo Antognini, Alain Aspect, Immanuel Bloch, Dmitry Budker, Eric Cornell, Jean Dalibard, Vincent Daria, Gerald Gabrielse, Eric Hessels, Hidetoshi Katori, Mark Kasevich, Yoon-Ho Kim, Gerd Leuchs, Chang Hee Nam, Ekkehard Peik, Pepijn Pinkse, Jakob Reichel, Gerhard Rempe, Jun Ye
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We ran a mini-competition for quantum New Year's resolutions. Here are ten of our favourite entries, including the winning resolution: "More spooky action, less spooky thinking"
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"Seeing without looking"  - a quantum thriller by CQT's Dagomir Kaszlikowski - has won one of the top prizes in the #FQXiVideoContest! Read about the contest and watch the film here:
Dagomir's quantum thriller, starring CQT's Vlatko Vedral as a shady scientist, claims a top prize in contest run by the Foundational Questions Institute
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CQT's Vlatko Vedral and Mile Gu have published a "Big Idea" essay in New Scientist magazine. 

"To a person capable of storing and processing quantum information, the universe could look far simpler. This offers a new paradigm, where our notion of complexity ultimately depends on the information theory we use..."
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Is there an open access copy of this somewhere? 
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Know any  #Singapore  writers who are interested in physics or technology? We're looking for a writer-in-residence. 

http://www.quantumlah.org/openings/2015_quantum_immersion.php
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If you're in Singapore, catch our exhibit on quantum cryptography at the University Cultural Centre (until 18 April) or on tour at shopping malls VivoCity (27 April – 3 May) and Great World City (27 May – 2 June)
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The International Conference on Laser Spectroscopy is coming to Singapore, 28 Jun - 3 July. Check out the list of confirmed speakers and register here: http://icols2015.quantumlah.org
Wednesday is the last day for early-bird rates!
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Be inspired to enter the Quantum Shorts 2014 film contest! Here are the 3-minute films that were shortlisted last time. 
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What exactly is quantum contextuality? Notes from a workshop held here at CQT

http://www.quantumlah.org/highlight/141125_contextuality.php
Some 50 participants attended the international workshop held 3-7 November
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"All of the energy and matter that existed still exists. Matter does not create energy of itself. The actions of matter enable energy to become manifest".
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Welcome to the google+ page for the Centre for Quantum Technologies in Singapore. Add us to your circles to stay up to date with our news and events.

You can also follow us at facebook.com/quantumlah and twitter.com/quantumlah.

CQT is a Research Centre of Excellence hosted by the National University of Singapore. It brings together quantum physicists and computer scientists to explore the quantum nature of reality and quantum possibilities in information processing.