Ari Dyckovsky, high school senior and author of groundbreaking paper on quantum entanglement.
Ari always knew he was interested in math and physics, but by the time he was 16, he realized the he had gotten as far as he go on his own. So he wrote emails to over 70 different physicists, asking for help. One wrote back. Steven Olmschenk, a physicist at the Joint Quantum Institute, gave Ari a crash course on a pressing problem in the field of quantum entanglement, and then sent him to work. Now Ari Dyckovsky has authored a ground-breaking paper on quantum entanglement that may prove to be a crucial breakthrough in the quest to build a quantum computer. He’s just 18-years-old. More.