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Stevan Nadj-Perge

born in Kikinda, Serbia, has secured his Ph.D. title yesterday.
The promotor was Leo Kouwenhoven. The back side of the thesis showed a quantum yo-yo, an indespensible component of quantum calculations. The title of the thesis was “Single Spins in Semiconductor Nanowires”

During the event, the “dark years” have been mentioned many times: 2,5 years Stevan has spent in clean room trying to fabricate, for no avail. The sucsess has come relatively recently, and the thesis contains several important achivements, including of course the “Disentangling”, the topic we have collaborated on.

Good luck, Stevan, with futher carrier. Many remember your perfect smile that persisted even during “dark years”. I was impressed with your propositions: they were so correctly unpractical or, to formulate it better, so unpractically correct. I could sign every of them, provided I’m a bit yonger and can afford being unpractical.

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