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 <box w=99% nodash|**Ognyan Oreshkov** joins QuIC as a permanent F.R.S.-FNRS researcher!>​ <box w=99% nodash|**Ognyan Oreshkov** joins QuIC as a permanent F.R.S.-FNRS researcher!>​
  
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 The QuIC center is happy to welcome Ognyan Oreshkov as a tenured F.R.S.-FNRS researcher, starting in October 2017. Ognyan received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California and has held several postdoctoral positions in Europe, including in Barcelona, Vienna, Brussels, and Oxford. He previously received a Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship and an F.R.S.-FNRS Postdoctoral Fellowship. Ognyan has been awarded a tenured Research Associate mandate for a project on indefinite causal structure in quantum theory. See {{:​fnrs-news-110.pdf|FNRS news}} (issue of September 2017). The QuIC center is happy to welcome Ognyan Oreshkov as a tenured F.R.S.-FNRS researcher, starting in October 2017. Ognyan received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California and has held several postdoctoral positions in Europe, including in Barcelona, Vienna, Brussels, and Oxford. He previously received a Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship and an F.R.S.-FNRS Postdoctoral Fellowship. Ognyan has been awarded a tenured Research Associate mandate for a project on indefinite causal structure in quantum theory. See {{:​fnrs-news-110.pdf|FNRS news}} (issue of September 2017).