Mile Gu, Quantum simplicity: Can natural things look simpler through the lens of quantum theory?
post on Friday 2 June 2017, by lijun
Dr. Mile Gu
Complexity Institute at Nanyang Technological University and the Centre for Quantum Technologies at the National University of Singapore
Mile Gu is a National Research Foundation Fellow, and is jointly appointed at the Complexity Institute at Nanyang Technological University and the Centre for Quantum Technologies at the National University of Singapore. He heads the quantum and complexity science initiative - which seeks to explore how quantum technologies can help us understand the science of complex systems (www.quantumcomplexity.org). Gu has made significant contributions to the interface of quantum information, complexity theory and optical quantum computation, and his work has been featured in Science and Natural suite Journals on five separate occasions. He has being invited to make guest contributions to New Scientist, Physics Today and the Foundational Questions Institute. Prior to his current appointment, Gu obtained his Ph.D. at the University of Queensland, and spent 3 years conducting research at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences Tsinghua University under the China Thousand Talents Program.