In this photo you can see Tao Yin at the Frankfurt airport, before boarding an airplane to China, transporting cat #1. Cat #2 was teleported by his wife on same flight. One small pet per passenger allowed. Cats 1 and 2 are friends that were entangled at a distance during the flight.
Dr. Tao Yin obtained a Ph.D. in Physics at the end of last year from
The Goethe University in Frankfurt. He started at artiste-qb.net as a long-distance intern last summer, but he is now CTO and part owner of artiste-qb.net . He has quickly become an important part of our company. He has just moved from Frankfurt-Germany to Shenzhen-China, where he will continue to represent us. Shenzhen, population ~ 11 million, is one of the 5 largest cities in China, a technology power house located immediately north of Hong Kong.
Tao brings to artiste-qb.net excellent computer skills and knowledge of physics. We are also relying on him to translate to Mandarin Chinese some of our software docs. For example, he translated the Jupyter notebooks quantum_compiler_intro.ipynb to quantum_compiler_intro_CN.ipynb. These jupyter notebooks explain how to use the quantum compiler in our open source software Qubiter. Qubiter has had a fully-functional quantum compiler since the first week of Jan of 2017. Currently, Qubiter is the only software to offer a quantum compiler of this kind.