Serge Massar

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Serge Massar graduated from Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) in 1991 and then obtained his Ph.D., also at ULB, in 1995. After postdoctoral fellowships at Tel-Aviv University and Utrecht University, he came back to his alma mater where he is at present Research Director of the FNRS-FRS. His current areas of interest encompass quantum information theory, as well as aspects of experimental nonlinear optics, quantum optics, and optical neural networks. He is recipient of the Alcatell-Bell prize of the FNRS and the La Recherche prize.

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