CQC²T Research Fellow Dr Nora Tischler from Griffith University, who specialises in optical quantum information science, is among the 10 young physicists from Australia that have been chosen to attend the prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
Dr Tischler was nominated by the Australian Academy of Science and selected by the Council to attend the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany, which is dedicated to physics.
Dr Tischler’s supervisor Professor Geoff Pryde said Dr Tischler was more than worthy of the honour.
“Nora is not afraid to tackle new and hard research questions, and she is one of the experimental pioneers in the field of quantum complexity science,” Prof Pryde said.
“She has achieved remarkable research outcomes in her career to date, and this opportunity recognises her as a future leader in Australian science.”
A record 42 Nobel Prize winners will join the young scientists at the event, which is on from June 30 to July 5.
Credit: Carley Rosengreen Griffith University