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Bas Hensen

graduated today. He did it in the group of Ronald Hanson, quantum physics of diamonds, today and I was a member of graduation commission.

In course of the event, Bas Hensen has surpised me a number of times, perhaps more than any other graduating student I recall

  • He is a sucsessful example of “taking graduation in his/her hands”. He came to experimental group, and said he would do “theory”: actually, a design of a new experiment. He never took a screwdriver. Nevertheless, the group was very pleased with his work.
  • His thesis contained, among other things, a fairly complete outline of group theory typed by him personally (not just cut-and-past from a source)
  • The topic concerned producing entanglement by measurement
  • He knew that I always ask the students about rainbow. My impression was that nobody has noticed that.
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