This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Dr. Shohini Ghose talks about how the laws of quantum mechanics may be harnessed to develop next generation computers and novel protocols like teleportation.
Shohini Ghose is an Associate Professor of Physics and Computer Science at
Wilfrid Laurier University and an Affiliate of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.
She and her co-workers also made the first-ever movies of cesium atoms that demonstrate how the “butterfly effect” of chaos can impact quantum correlations or ‘entanglement’.
Dr. Ghose was awarded the prestigious Sera Bangali award for her contributions to science and she is also a member of the TED Fellowship for 2014. With much accolades and accomplishments, Dr. Ghose is also the founding Director for Wilfrid Laurier University’s Centre for Women in Science which aims to build a diverse community in science through research, action and communication.
She also recently co-authored the first Canadian undergraduate Introductory Astronomy textbook, which is now being used in several universities in Canada.