Talk on the Science of Light to be Held at Museum of the Rockies

Dr. Krishna Rupavatharam, a renowned expert in the field of optics and photonics, will be sharing his insights on the various applications of photons in science and innovation at the Museum of the Rockies on April 24 at 6 p.m. As part of the Science Inquiry Series, this talk is titled “Telecommunications to Teleportation: Making Light Work.”

Throughout his presentation, Dr. Rupavatharam will delve into the world of photonics and how it can be harnessed for applications ranging from remote sensing and holographic imaging to quantum teleportation and communication. With a Ph.D. in optical physics from the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India and experience working at the Lund Institute of Technology in Sweden before joining MSU Spectrum Lab, Dr. Rupavatharam has a wealth of knowledge to share with his audience. Additionally, he serves on the board of directors for the Montana Photonics and Quantum Alliance, further highlighting his expertise in the field.

The Science Inquiry Series talks are open to everyone and are free of charge, thanks to sponsorship by Gallatin Valley Friends of Sciences and Hopa Mountain. The event will be hosted by the Museum of the Rockies, with a question and answer session following Dr. Rupavatharam’s presentation providing attendees with an opportunity to engage with one of today’s leading experts in photonics research

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