Ezad Shojaee at NIST

Congratulations to CQuIC Graduate Student, Ezad Shojaee. Ezad defended his dissertation in May 17th 2019. He worked under Ivan Deutsch where he studied the implementation of coherent state measurements and their applications for quantum information processing. He also worked alongside Poul Jessen’s group at the University of Arizona on modeling the generation of atomic squeezing.
Continuing his career, he has moved to Boulder, Colorado to join in Computations and Communications Theory Group at NIST. He will study the implementation of practical protocols for quantum networking. “Being in CQuIC was a great experience for me. The environment is very productive and friendly. I’m sure I’ll miss discussions over the boards in the CQuIC hall.”

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Gloria Cordova

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