Two Key Quantum Blockchains Scientists Successfully Defend PhD Thesis
Over the last couple of weeks, two of Quantum Blockchains key scientists, Dr. Marta Misiaszek-Scheryner and Dr. Miriam Kosik successfully defended their thesis at the Physics Department of Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poznań.
Dr. Marta Misiaszek-Scheryner’s thesis is titled “Application of Single Photon Technologies” and focuses on the application of Quantum Cryptography while Dr. Miriam Kosik’s thesis is titled “Tight-binding framework to study optical properties of Graphene Nanoantennas with Adatoms” and focuses on the important application of the quantum tight-binding phenomena.
We are extremely happy and congratulate both Dr. Marta and Dr. Miriam on their major scientific accomplishment. In that light, we are delighted to have them play a key role towards achieving the central mission of our company which is centered on the application of two innovative and relatively recent technologies, that is the application of Quantum Information Sciences to Distributed Ledger and Blockchain Technology.
We wish Dr. Marta and Dr. Miriam all the best on both their personal and professional endeavours and look forward to celebrating more accomplishments!