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Pole among candidates for Nobel Prize in physics: report

07.10.2019 08:30
A Polish academic working at Oxford University, Artur Ekert, has been mentioned as one of the candidates for this year's Nobel Prize in physics, according to Sweden’s TT news agency.
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A professor of quantum physics and a graduate of the Jagiellonian University in the southern Polish city of Kraków, Ekert has been associated with Oxford University since the end of the 1980s.

He is one of the candidates for the prestigious award due to a large number of citations from his research publications, the TT agency reported, citing a ranking released by American company Clarivate Analytics.

The news agency added that the Nobel Committee may choose to recognise Ekert’s contribution to information technology, including quantum cryptography, a new field he has co-created.

The winner will be announced in Stockholm on Tuesday.

(aba/gs)

Source: PAP