The *Quantum Complexity Science Initiative* is based at the University of Malta. Quantum research is recognized as an emerging top strategic priority at the University and the related action plan has been accepted nationally by the Maltese Council for Science and Technology. In 2017 the European Commission plans to begin a €1.13 billion quantum technologies flagship.

All media requests for interview opportunities, outreach materials, and images can be directed to **media@QuamPlexity.org**

## Featured Recent News Articles

**First experiment to break time-reversal symmetry in quantum walks**, Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo – Press Release**Six Degrees to the Emergence of Reality**, FQXi interview of Jacob Biamonte by Carinne Piekema

## Some Interviews

**Quantum Network Theory**, FQXi Podcast featuring Jacob Biamonte**Six Degrees to the Emergence of Reality**, FQXi interview, by Carinne Piekema**Quanti bit**, Radio 3 Scienza, interview by Gaetano Prisciantelli (in Italian)**Quantum simulators & super civilisations**, Oxford SciBlog, interview by Pete Wilton**Categorical Models of Quantum Information in the Simulation of Many-Body Systems**, Center for Quantum Technologies, annual report article edited by Jenny Hogan**Quantum Techniques for Stochastic Mechanics**, Institute for Quantum Computing Youtube Channel, filmed by*and edited and interviewed by Peter J. Kovacs and Craig Hennessey***Lectures on Tensor Network States**, Institute for Quantum Computing Youtube Channel, filmed by*and edited by Peter J. Kovacs and Craig Hennessey, trailer and interview orchestrated by Colin Hunter*

## Scientific Blog Articles

**Introduction to quantum walks on complex networks**, Quantum Network Theory Part 1, Tomi Johnson,*Azimuth***The relation between quantum walks on complex networks and node degree**, Quantum Network Theory Part 2, Tomi Johnson,*Azimuth***Noether’s Theorem: Quantum vs Stochastic**, blog article, Ville Bergholm,*Azimuth***Introduction to Dirichlet operators and the Perron–Frobenius theorem**, Network Theory Part 20, Jacob Biamonte,*Azimuth***An example of the deficiency zero theorem: a diatomic gas**, Network Theory Part 18, John Baez and Jacob Biamonte,*Azimuth***Reaction networks versus Petri nets; the deficiency zero theorem**, Network Theory Part 17, John Baez and Jacob Biamonte,*Azimuth***A stochastic Petri net from population biology whose rate equation is the logistic equation; an equilibrium solution of the corresponding master equation**, Network Theory Part 7, Jacob Biamonte,*Azimuth*

## Selected Press Coverage

**First experiment to break time-reversal symmetry in quantum walks**, Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo Press Release**Quantum physics: Flawed to perfection**, Nature News Feature by Elizabeth Gibney**Tensor Dispenser**, about our online tensor network states course, Quantum Factory, article by Colin Hunter**James Whitfield receives the Longuet-Higgins Authors Prize for his joint work**,*Simulation of electronic structure Hamiltonians using quantum computers*, [*Molecular Physics*109:5, 735 (2010)], Announcement of the winner of the Longuet-Higgins Author’s Prize, editorial by Tim Softley**Quantum computers do chemistry**, New Scientist, article by Colin Barras**Quantum computer takes on quantum chemistry**, Physics World, article by Hamish Johnston**Team builds device that uses two photons to calculate electron energies**, Science News , story by Charles Petit**Quantum Computer Simulates Hydrogen Molecule Just Right**, Wired! , article by Charles Petit**Quantum computers simulate molecular reality**, MSNBC, article by Charles Q. Choi**Review of our approach to tensor network states**, the n-Category Cafe, by John Baez

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