Sandu Popescu is a Professor of Physics at the H. H. Wills Physics Laboratory at the University of Bristol, and a member of the Bristol Quantum Information and Computation Group. He has made numerous contributions to quantum theory, ranging from the very fundamental, to the design of practical experiments (such as the first teleportation experiment), to patentable commercial applications. His investigations into the nature of quantum behavior, with particular focus on quantum nonlocality, led him to discover some of the central concepts in the emerging area of quantum information and computation. He is a past recipient of the Adams Prize (Cambridge), and the Clifford Patterson Prize of the Royal Society (UK).
Past PI Talks:
 Entanglement and the Foundations of Statistical Mechanics: http://pirsa.org/07080046/
 All recorded talks by Prof. Popescu can be found here.
Talks by Sandu Popescu




The smallest possible thermal machines and the foundations of thermodynamics
Sandu Popescu University of Bristol

Dynamical quantum nonlocality
Sandu Popescu University of Bristol





Entanglement and the Foundations of Statistical Mechanics
Sandu Popescu University of Bristol
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