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January 12th, 2004

Quantum Computing Theory and Application in New Book

Abstract:
Kluwer Academic Publishers today announced the anticipated release of 2003 Nobel Prize winner Dr. Anthony Leggett's new book Quantum Computing and Quantum Bits in Mesoscopic Systems. Co-edited with Dr. Berardo Ruggiero of the Instituto di Cibernetica del CNR in Pozzuoli, Italy and Dr. Paolo Silverstini of the Seconda Universita degli Studi di Napoli in Aversa, Italy, the book is heralded as a comprehensive work on theoretical quantum physics and a significant leap forward in its practical implementation.

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