*Prof. Howard Wiseman, Griffith University*

* This colloquium will be held in Parnell (07) 222 at 3pm.*

**1**, 195-200 (1964).

**40**B, 191 (1977).

**47**, 424001 (2014) (Invited Review for Special Issue,

*50 years of Bell’s theorem*)

**510**, 467-9 (2014).

**15**, 397 (2002).

**9**, 11-24 (1976).

Howard Wiseman is a theoretical physicist researching quantum measurement and control, quantum information, open quantum systems, quantum foundations, and Arthurian history and literature. He did his BSc Hons (1991) and PhD (1992-4) with Gerard Milburn at UQ and a postdoc (1994-6) with Dan Walls in Auckland. He has published over 190 journal papers. He was awarded the Bragg Medal for his PhD thesis, and the Pawsey Medal and the Malcolm Macintosh Medal in 2003. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and of the American Physical Society. He has been Director of the Centre for Quantum Dynamics at Griffith University since 2007.

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