Title: "101 Fun Things to Do with a Quantum Entanglement Source"
Speaker: Paul Kwiat, John Bardeen Chair in Electrical Engineering and Physics, Professor, Department of Physics, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign.
The Quantum Information Revolution is in full swing, and entanglement — the spooky nonclassical, nonlocal connection that can be shared by quantum particles — is the key ingredient. In this talk, Dr. Kwiat will discuss how to create (photon) entanglement, and several applications for secure communication and quantum-enhanced sensing. Time permitting, he will include a lesson in quantum cooking.