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High School Student working with JQI announced as Intel competition finalist

NIST quantum information laboratory. From top, CCW: Roger Brown (graduate student), Steven Olmschenk (postdoctoral researcher), and Ari

Ari Misha Dyckovsky, a Loudoun County high school student, was recently announced as a 2012 finalist in the Intel Science Talent Search. He has been working closely with NRC postdoctoral fellow Steve Olmschenk at NIST. Ari's project is titled "Analysis of Photon-Mediated Entanglement Between Distinguishable Matter Qubits." Previously, in 2010 he earned first place in the International Space Olympics held in Moscow.

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