Valerio Scarani, Principal investigator at Centre for Quantum Technologies and professor, Department of Physics, National University of Singapore.
Valerio Scarani received his degree in 1996 in the Ecole Polytechnique Federale, Lausanne (Switzerland), with a work in mathematical physics. He got his Ph.D. from the same institution four years later with an experimental research project in nuclear magnetic resonance. He moved to the group of Nicolas Gisin at the University of Geneva, where he started working in theoretical quantum information science. Since 2007 he has been at the National University of Singapore, where he is currently principal investigator at the Centre for Quantum Technologies and a professor in the Department of Physics.
0. Preface 1.Quantum Interferences 1. The Heart of the Matter 2. Taking a Closer Look 3. Dimensions and Borderlines 4. Authority Ruled Down 5. A Nice Idea 2. Quantum Correlations 6. Indistinguisability at a Distance 7. On the Origin of Correlations 8. Paris, Innsbruck, Geneva 9. Roads for an Explanantion Epilogue