Category Archives: Caltech

QCryptoX: post-mortem

Our EdX/Delft/Caltech course on quantum cryptography officially ended on Dec. 20th, and is now archived (all material should remain available in the foreseeable future; we will also prepare a self-contained version of the lecture notes). At Caltech, the “flipped classroom” ended a couple … Continue reading

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Fall teaching

Caltech’s academic year started this week, with Monday being the first day of instruction for the Fall quarter (Caltech’s quarter-based division, as opposed to the more usual division in semesters, explains why we’re starting a month later than many others). … Continue reading

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Prospective students & postdocs: apply to Caltech!

It’s job application season again! While I happily suffered  through the application process in Fall 2006, Fall 2010 and Fall 2012, this year I will be participating in the festivities from the other side of the divide. My message is … Continue reading

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