Talk by Nobel Laureate Anton Zeilinger at the Symposium 2018
On the occasion of the 2018 Hector Fellow Academy symposium "The Second Quantum Revolution", Austrian quantum physicist Prof. Dr. Anton Zeilinger gave a talk entitled "From Quantum Mysteries to Quantum Information and Quantum Communication" and explained important basic concepts of quantum information as well as their applications, especially in quantum communication. The scientific host of this 2018 symposium was Hector Fellow Immanuel Bloch.
Together with the two physicists Alain Aspect and John Clauser, Anton Zeilinger, professor emeritus at the University of Vienna, has now been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for his experiments with entangled photons. Through these, he succeeded in proving the violation of Bell's inequalities. Due to his research, Anton Zeilinger is considered a pioneer of quantum information science.
We are very pleased that Prof. Zeilinger has now been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2022. On this occasion we publish his talk from the symposium 2018 "From Quantum Puzzles to Quantum Information and Quantum Communication" in full length (in german language).
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