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January 15th, 2004

Dr. Anthony Leggett merges quantum computing theory and application

Abstract:
Kluwer Academic Publishers today announced the anticipated release of 2003 Nobel Prize winner Dr. Anthony Leggett's book Quantum Computing and Quantum Bits in Mesoscopic Systems. Co-edited with Dr. Berardo Ruggiero and Dr. Paolo Silverstini, 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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