What sort of options do high-school students have for their future? How does work in basic research look like? What do scientists explore in the Quantum Device Lab at ETH Zurich? Teachers of the canton school Zurich Oberland (KZO) wanted to know.
Three quantum computing experts have been named to The Future of Computing council of the World Economic Forum (WEF). Andreas Wallraff, as well as Vlatko Vedral of the University of Oxford and Jeremy O'Brien of the University of Bristol have joined the 19 person council.
Johannes Heinsoo's talk at a conference at the "Estonian Academy of Sciences for young researches abroad" is published as video by the Estonian public broadcasting.
The image "Makro meets Nano" by Jonas Mlynek, which was the cover image of the ETH Zürich annual report 2013, is awarded the 3rd prize in the final round of the NanoART 2014 contest. Congratulations!
Andreas Wallraff is a new member of the Commission for Low Temperature Research of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BAdW). The commission operates the Walther-Meißner-Institute for Low Temperature Research (WMI), which carries out research projects at low and ultralow temperatures.