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Sept. 4, 2015 Waterloo researcher looks to increase security in quantum communication Set-up based on a quantum dot and a polarization-time-bin interface.

Electrical and Computer Engineering professor Michael Reimer helped to develop the first source of on-demand single time-bin entangle photon pairs with no possibility of producing extra unwanted pairs. Reimer, who is part of Waterloo's Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC), worked with a team of international researchers to complete the project.

Sept. 1, 2015 Engineering alumnus praised for economic contributions

Waterloo Engineering grad Ibraheem Khan is praised for his contributions to Canada's economy in a news piece from CBC today. His company, Smarter Alloys, just announced that they will begin manufacturing prototypes at a Waterloo facility, and is cited as a a "good example of growth" for Canada.

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