The 42nd Annual Llewellyn G. Hoxton Lecture
for the General Public
University of Virginia Department of Physics

Quantum Networks in Quantum Optics

Professor Jeff Kimble
Institute for Quantum Information and Matter
California Institute of Technology

Thursday, March 27, 2014, 7:00 p.m.
Chemistry Building, Room 402
McCormick Road, Charlottesville

This talk will discuss the opportunities for the exploration of physical systems that have not heretofore existed in the natural world. A reception will be held following the talk in the Chemistry Building atrium.

H. Jeff Kimble is the William L. Valentine Professor and Professor of Physics at the California Institute of Technology, where he is Director of the Institute for Quantum Information and Matter. He completed his undergraduate degree at Abilene Christian University in 1971, then his doctoral degree in 1977 at the University of Rochester. He spent two years as a staff scientist at the General Motors Research Laboratories. In 1979, he joined the faculty at the University of Texas at Austin, where he eventually held the Sid Richardson Regents’ Chair of Physics before moving to Caltech in 1989. The general areas of his research are quantum information science and the quantum dynamics of open systems, including quantum measurement, cavity quantum electrodynamics, and the realization of quantum networks. Professor Kimble is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Physical Society, and the Optical Society of America, and is a Member of the US National Academy of Sciences