April, 2008

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International Cooperation

First CAS Award for International Cooperation Unveiled

In order to commend and reward the outstanding foreign scientific, technological and management experts who made prominent contributions to international cooperation in S&T and further deepen such cooperation, CAS set up the Award for International Cooperation in S&T for the first time in 2007. Upon due evaluation by experts, CAS decided to present Scott Douglas Rozelle, Professor of the Institute of International Studies, Stanford University, U. S. A., and Lothar Reh, Professor of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, the First CAS Awards for International Cooperation in S&T. The Award Ceremony was staged on Mar. 26, Lu Yongxiang, President of CAS, attended the Award Ceremony and presented the First CAS Awards for International Cooperation in S&T to the winners.

Quantum Code System becomes More Secure

Recently, the joint group formed by the Key Laboratory of Quantum Information, USTC, CAS, and the Quantum Electronics & Quantum Optics Team in the Microelectronics & Applied Physics Department of the Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, was the first to complete the decoy-state quantum code experiments with the marked single photon source in the world, thus further improving the actual security of quantum code technology. Such achievement has been published on the latest issue of Physics Review Letter. It is reported that the marked single photon source adopted in the experiments are provided by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; the Faraday-Michaelson quantum code experiment system is developed by the Key Laboratory of Quantum Information, CAS. After the testing and verification for several times, the system can automatically compensate most of the interference from the fiber-optical routes, with excellent long-term stability.


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