Physics Colloquium presents Prof Timothy Ralph
Professor Ralph obtained a BSc Hons from Macquarie University in 1989 and a PhD in Physics from The Australian National University in 1993. He has held three Australian Research Council Fellowships - Postdoctoral, QEII and Professorial. He is currently Node Director for the ARC Centre of Exellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology at the University of Queensland.
Professor Timothy Ralph, University of Queensland.
Professor Timothy Ralph
University of Queensland.
Tim C. Ralph is an Australian physicist who specializes in the application of quantum optics to quantum information science and quantum computing. He is Professor in Physics at the University of Queensland, and Program Manager in the ARC Centre for Quantum Computer and Communication Technology. Ralph is known for developing continuous variable quantum cryptography and cofounder of measurement based computation with continuous variable optics. In 2012, Ralph was one of the scientists responsible for establishing quantum discord as a computational resource. As of 2012, Tim has 200 publications and over 4500 citations. He has coauthored "A guide to experiments in quantum optics". His publications include 23 in Physical Review Letters, 6 in the Nature suite of journals, as well as articles in Science and Reviews of Modern Physics.