Vertical: V1 – Quantum Technologies

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   Horizontals

V1H1 : Quantum Computing

Universal quantum computing is to date, the most ambitious potential application of Quantum Technology. Quantum computing aims to use the laws of quantum mechanics to develop solutions for a large classes of computational problems using exponentially fewer resources like time and memory compared to the best known classical algorithms. Among these problems that become solvable with the advent of a quantum computer are some like the breaking of ubiquitous classical cryptographic schemes lending strategic importance to realizing the promise of quantum computing. Some of the anticipated applications for this capability include: # simulating chemical behaviour to enhance drug or materials discovery; # optimisation problems such as the management of supply chains; and # increasing the speed and capacity of data analysis, enabling improvements in artificial intelligence.   The focus horizontal on quantum computing in this summit will engage expert panels in crucial areas of national interest with focus on hardware realizations that include superconducting qubits, ion-trap quantum computing and silicon based spin qubits. The panel will also include synergy with theory with a focus on algorithm development and device physics.


V1H2 : Quantum Communication

Quantum communication is a field of quantum technology that deals with the information processing and transfer of quantum states, which will be crucial to the next generation of data protection and transmission. Given the increasing demand for secure communication in general, this technology is considered one of the most promising solutions for the future. Quantum key distribution, for instance deals with the transmission of data over networks with the crypted information stored and transmitted via quantum states. At the same time quantum satellites can be used for secure and fast transmission of information. There is hence considerable research in this area with ample scope for advancement in security as well as for refinements in extending the range, applicability and ease of use of real-world implementations of quantum communications and cryptography. The focus horizontal on quantum communications in this summit will engage expert panels in crucial areas of national interest


V1H3 : Quantum Sensing and Metrology

Precision measurements are crucial in both basic sciences and applied technologies. Quantum sensing and metrology deals with precision detection and quantification respectively. For instance, the impact of precision timekeeping has now been enabled by the advent of atomic clocks. Quantum technologies offer the next frontier in precision measurements and detection. Quantum systems in superposed or entangled states can be used to build sensors with efficiencies considerably better than the best classical sensing devices. While quantum sensing offers great potential in several areas including magnetic field based global navigation, biological imaging, neuroscience and related fields, quantum metrology offers a limitless potential toward the set-up of new standards which include dimensional measurement standards, time keeping, electrical standards and mechanical standards. The focus horizontal on quantum sensing and metrology in this summit will engage expert panels in crucial areas of national interest which will include magnetometry, nitrogen vacancy centres in diamond, atom interferometry, and the use of the quantum Hall effect family for precise electrical standards


V1H4 : Quantum Materials and Devices  

Among many envisioned possibilities for the “Beyond Moore” era, the area of quantum materials and devices has become an integral part with respect to 2D-nanoelectronics and quantum technologies. We have already seen the very first 2D “quantum material” – graphene enriching various aspects of electronics, nano-electro-mechanical systems, bio-technology and other facets of nanotechnology. Quantum materials feature unconventional quantum states that are “protected” and hence “disciplined” despite the presence of the agents such as defects and impurities that normally result in power dissipation in logic and memory devices and qubit decoherence in quantum computing. As an example, during the past decade or so, the search for such unconventional “topological phases” in quantum materials and building devices out of them has gained significant ground and is a topic of intense and active worldwide pursuit. The focus horizontal on quantum materials and devices in this summit will engage expert panels in crucial areas of national interest which will deal with the applications of quantum materials and also on how to boost quantum material infrastructure in our country for quantum technology applications.


Session Schedule

Horizontal

Session ID

Name

University/Organisation

Country

QuantumComputing

V1H1S1

Indigenous development of quantum computing technologies: Prospects of co-operativeengagements

Date: 05-10-2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 Hrs IST

Shyam Shankar

University of Texas, Austin

United States of America

AbhinavKandala

IBM, TJ Watson Research Center

United States of America

SrikanthSrinivasan

IBM, TJ watson

United States of America

RajamaniVijayaraghavan

TIFR, Mumbai

India

BaladityaSuri

IISC, Bangalore

India

MadhuThalakulam

IISER-TVM

India

SuddhasattaMahapatra

IIT Bombay

India

Rajibul Islam

Inst. Quantum Computing, Uni. of Waterloo

Canada

Manas Mukherjee

Centre for Quantum Tech.

Singapore

Singapore

UmakantRapol

IISER Pune

India

SadiqRangwala

Raman Research Inst., Bangalore

India

SauravDatta (TIFR)

TIFR, Mumbai

India

Arul AshwinNayak

Inst. Quantum Computing, Uni. of Waterloo

Canada

Rahul Jain

Centre for Quantum Tech.

Singapore

Singapore

Archana Kamal

Umass Lowell

United State of America

ManasKulkarni

International Center for Theort. Science, Bangalore

India

Apoorva Patel

IISc, Bangalore

India

JaikumarRadhakrishnan

TIFR, Bangalore

India

Arul Lakshminarayanan

IIT Madras, Madras

India

SugataGangopadhyay

IIT Roorkee

India

Harish Sahu

SAG

India

MamtaKhaneja

SSPL

India

AmitSrivastava

ANURAG

India

PoornenduChaturvedi

SSPL

India

Bhupendra Singh

CAIR

India

V1H1S2

Superconducting & Semiconducting qubits

Date : 06-10-2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 Hrs IST

Shyam Shankar

University of Texas, Austin

United States of America

AbhinavKandala

IBM, TJ Watson Research Center

United States of America

SrikanthSrinivasan

IBM, TJ watson

United States of America

Archana Kamal

Umass Lowell

United States of America

RajamaniVijayaraghavan

TIFR, Mumbai

India

BaladityaSuri

IISC, Bangalore

India

MadhuThalakulam

IISER-TVM

India

MamtaKhaneja

SSPL

India

PoornenduChaturvedi

SSPL

India

SuddhasattaMahapatra

IIT Bombay

India

V1H1S3

Trapped atoms & ions

Date: 07th Oct

Time: 1830 – 2030 HrsIST

Rajibul Islam

Inst. Quantum Computing, Uni. of Waterloo

Canada

Manas Mukherjee

Centre for Quantum Tech.

Singapore

Singapore

UmakantRapol

IISER Pune

India

SadiqRangwala

Raman Research Inst., Bangalore

India

SauravDatta

TIFR, Mumbai

India

V1H1S4

Theory & Algorithms

Date: 08 th Oct 2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 HrsIST

AshwinNayak

Inst. Quantum Computing, Uni. of Waterloo

Canada

Rahul Jain

Centre for Quantum Tech.

Singapore

Singapore

Archana Kamal

Umass Lowell

United State of America

ManasKulkarni

International Center for Theort. Science, Bangalore

India

Apoorva Patel

IISc, Bangalore

India

JaikumarRadhakrishnan

TIFR, Bangalore

India

Arul Lakshminarayanan

IIT Madras, Madras

India

SugataGangopadhyay

IIT Roorkee

India

Harish Sahu

SAG

India

AmitSrivastava

ANURAG

India

Bhupendra Singh

CAIR

India

V1H1S5

Building the Indian quantum-computing ecosystem: Synergies and future directions

Date: 25 th Oct 2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 HrsIST

Shyam Shankar

University of Texas, Austin

United States of America

AbhinavKandala

IBM, TJ Watson Research Center

United States of America

SrikanthSrinivasan

IBM, TJ Watson ResearhCenter

United States of America

Archana Kamal

Umass Lowell

United States of America

RajamaniVijayaraghavan

TIFR, Mumbai

India

BaladityaSuri

IISC, Bangalore

India

MadhuThalakulam

IISER-TVM

India

SuddhasattaMahapatra

IIT Bombay

India

Rajibul Islam

Inst. Quantum Computing, Uni. of Waterloo

Canada

Manas Mukherjee

Centre for Quantum Tech.

Singapore

Singapore

UmakantRapol

IISER Pune

India

SadiqRangwala

Raman Research Inst., Bangalore

India

SauravDatta (TIFR)

TIFR, Mumbai

India

Arul AshwinNayak

Inst. Quantum Computing, Uni. of Waterloo

Canada

Rahul Jain

Centre for Quantum Tech.

Singapore

Sngapors

ManasKulkarni

International Center for Theort. Science, Bangalore

India

Apoorva Patel

IISc, Bangalore

India

JaikumarRadhakrishnan

TIFR, Bangalore

India

Lakshminarayanan

IIT Madras, Madras

India

SugataGangopadhyay

IIT Roorkee

India

MamtaKhaneja

SSPL

India

PoornenduChaturvedi

SSPL

India

Harish Sahu

SAG

India

AmitSrivastava

ANURAG

India

Bhupendra Singh

CAIR

India

Quantum Communication

V1H2S1

Indigenous development of quantum communication technologies: Prospects of co-operative engagements

Date: 05-10-2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 HrsIST

Prem Kumar

Northwestern University

United States of America

AbhisekParakh

University of Nebraska Omaha

United States of America

AnimeshDatta

University of Warwick

United Kingdom

Zubin Jacob

Purdue University

United States of America

Sougato Bose

UCL, London

United Kingdom

Mehul Malik

Hariot Watt University

United Kingdom

ChaitanyaSuddapalli

The Institute of Photonic Sciences

Spain

RP Singh

Physical Research laboratory,

Ahmedabad

India

UrbasiSinha

Raman Research Institute Bangalore

India

Anil Prabhakar

IIT Madras

India

AnirbhanPathak (JIIT)

JIIT, Noida

India

Raghavan G

IGCAR, Kalpakkam

India

PrabhaMandayam

IIT Madras

India

AditiSen-De

HRI, Allahabad

India

SaikatGhosh

IIT Kanpur

India

SaiVinjanampathy

IIT B

India

HimadriShekharDhar

Imperial College, London

United kingdom

JoyeeGhosh

IIT Delhi

India

Ajay Wasan

IIT Roorkee

India

Arvind

IISER Mohali

India

VaibhavMadhok

IIT Madras

India

V1H2S2

Optics & Communications

Date: 06-10-2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 Hrs

IST

Prem Kumar

Northwestern University

United States of America

AbhisekParakh

University of Nebraska Omaha

United States of America

AnimeshDatta

University of Warwick

United Kingdom

Zubin Jacob

Purdue University

United States of America

Mehul Malik

Hariot Watt University

United Kingdom

RP Singh

Physical Research laboratory,

Ahmedabad

India

UrbasiSinha

Raman Research Institute Bangalore

India

Anil Prabhakar

IIT Madras

India

AnirbhanPathak (JIIT)

JIIT, Noida

India

SaiVinjanampathy

IIT B

India

Raghavan G

IGCAR, Kalpakkam

India

PrabhaMandayam

IIT Madras

India

V1H2S3

Atoms & Sources

Date: 07-10-2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 Hrs IST

Sougato Bose

UCL, London

United Kingdom

ChaitanyaSuddapalli

The Institute of Photonic Sciences

Spain

AnimeshDatta

University of Warwick

United Kingdom

AditiSen-De

HRI, Allahabad

India

SaikatGhosh

IIT Kanpur

India

JoyeeGhosh

IIT Delhi

India

Ajay Wasan

IIT Roorkee

India

SaiVinjanampathy

IIT B

India

HimadriShekharDhar

Imperial College, London

United kingdom

Arvind

IISER Mohali

India

VaibhavMadhok

IIT Madras

India

V1H2S4

Building the Indian-quantum-communication ecosystem: Synergies and future directions

Date: 25-10-2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 HrsIST

Prem Kumar

Northwestern University

United States of America

AbhisekParakh

University of Nebraska Omaha

United States of America

AnimeshDatta

University of Warwick

United Kingdom

Zubin Jacob

Purdue University

United States of America

Sougato Bose

UCL, London

United Kingdom

ChaitanyaSuddapalli

The Institute of Photonic Sciences

Spain

Mehul Malik

Hariot Watt University

United Kingdom

RP Singh

Physical Research laboratory,

Ahmedabad

India

SaiVinjanampathy

IIT B

India

HimadriShekharDhar

Imperial College, London

United kingdom

UrbasiSinha

Raman Research Institute Bangalore

India

Anil Prabhakar

IIT Madras

India

AnirbhanPathak (JIIT)

JIIT, Noida

India

Raghavan G

IGCAR, Kalpakkam

India

PrabhaMandayam

IIT Madras

India

AditiSen-De

HRI, Allahabad

India

SaikatGhosh

IIT Kanpur

India

JoyeeGhosh

IIT Delhi

India

Ajay Wasan

IIT Roorkee

India

Arvind

IISER Mohali

India

VaibhavMadhok

IIT Madras

India

Quantum Sensing and Metrology

V1H3S1

Indigenous development of quantum sensing and metrology capabilities: Prospects of co-operative engagements

Date: 05-10-2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 HrsIST

Ashok Ajoy

University of Berkeley

United States of America

Sunil Bhave

Purdue University

United States of America

SaikatGuha

University Of Arizona

United States of America

G. Balasubramanian

University of Gottingen

Germany

KasturiSaha

II Bombay

India

Praveen Bhallamudi

IIT Madras

India

Rajesh Nair

IIT Ropar

India

G Rajalakhsmi

TIFR Hyderabad

India

Subhadeep De

IUCAA

India

UmakantRapol

IISER Pune

India

Anil Shaji

IISER TVM

India

SaiVinjanampathy

IIT Bombay

India

PrasannaVenkatesh

IIT Gandhinagar

India

V1H3S2

Current status of QSM

Date: 06-10-2020

Time:1830 – 2030 HrsIST

Ashok Ajoy

University of Berkeley

United States of America

Sunil Bhave

Purdue University

United States of America

SaikatGuha

University Of Arizona

United States of America

G. Balasubramanian

University of Gottingen

Germany

RanaAdhikari

Caltech

United States of America

KasturiSaha

II Bombay

India

Praveen Bhallamudi

IIT Madras

India

Rajesh Nair

IIT Ropar

India

G Rajalakhsmi

TIFR Hyderabad

India

Subhadeep De

IUCAA

India

UmakantRapol

IISER Pune

India

Anil Shaji

IISER TVM

India

SaiVinjanampathy

IIT Bombay

India

PrasannaVenkatesh

IIT Gandhinagar

India

MamtaKhaneja

SSPL

India

V1H3S3

Future prospects of QSM

Date: 09-10-2020

Time:1830 – 2030 HrsIST

Ashok Ajoy

University of Berkeley

United States of America

Sunil Bhave

Purdue University

United States of America

SaikatGuha

University Of Arizona

United States of America

G. Balasubramanian

University of Gottingen

Germany

KasturiSaha

II Bombay

India

Praveen Bhallamudi

IIT Madras

India

Rajesh Nair

IIT Ropar

India

G Rajalakhsmi

TIFR Hyderabad

India

Subhadeep De

IUCAA

India

UmakantRapol

IISER Pune

India

RanaAdhikari

Caltech

United States of America

MamtaKhaneja

SSPL

India

Anil Shaji

IISER TVM

India

SaiVinjanampathy

IIT Bombay

India

PrasannaVenkatesh

IIT Gandhinagar

India

V1H3S4

Building the Indian quantum-sensing-and-metrology ecosystem: Synergies and future directions

Date: 25-10-2020

Time:1830 – 2030 HrsIST

Ashok Ajoy

University of Berkeley

United States of America

Sunil Bhave

Purdue University

United States of America

SaikatGuha

University Of Arizona

United States of America

G. Balasubramanian

University of Gottingen

Germany

KasturiSaha

II Bombay

India

Praveen Bhallamudi

IIT Madras

India

Rajesh Nair

IIT Ropar

India

G Rajalakhsmi

TIFR Hyderabad

India

Subhadeep De

IUCAA

India

UmakantRapol

IISER Pune

India

Anil Shaji

IISER TVM

India

RanaAdhikari

Caltech

United States of America

MamtaKhaneja

SSPL

India

SaiVinjanampathy

IIT Bombay

India

PrasannaVenkatesh

IIT Gandhinagar

India

Quantum Materials and Devices

V1H4S1

Indigenous developmentsin quantummaterials and devices: Prospects of co-operative engagements

Date: 05-10-2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 Hrs IST

Ramamoorthy Ramesh

UC Berkeley

United States of America

Jainendra Jain

Penn State University

United States of America

Nitin Samarth

Penn State University

United States of America

VenkyVenkatesan

NUS

Singapore

PulickelAjayan

Rice University

United States of America

AdityaMohite

Rice University

United States of America

SwastikKar

Northeastern University.

United States of America

Saptarshi Das

Penn State University

United States of America

Ramesh Budhani

Morgan State University

United States of America

Tamalika Banerjee

Groeningen University

Netherlands

PremPiramanayagam

NTU

Singapore

Manish Chhowalla

Cambridge University

United Kingdom

ArunParamekanti

University of Toronto

Canada

AvikGhosh

Univ. of Virginia

United States of America

Zubin Jacob

Purdue University

United States of America

VikramDeshpande

University of Utah

United States of America

Suprem Das

Kansas state University

United States of America

Saroj Dash

Chalmers University

Sweden

AbhayPasupathy

Columbia University

United States of America

Jay D. Sau

Univ. of Maryland

United States of America

J. Atulasimha

Virginia Comm University

United States of America

SumantaTewari

Clemson University

United States of America

JuzarThingna

IBS Korea

South Korea

PrameyUpadhaya

Purdue University

United States of America

Goutam Sheet 

IISER Mohali

India

ShivajiSondhi

Princeton University

United States of America

BhaskaranMuralidharan

IIT B

India

ArindamGhosh

IISc Bangalore

India

MandarDeshmukh

TIFR Mumbai

India

Ajay K Sood

IISc Bangalore

India

Veerpal Singh Awana

NPL Delhi

India

TanusriSaha-Dasgupta (

IACS, Kolkata

India

ShobhanaNarasimhan

JNCASR, Bangalore

India

R P Singh

IISER Bhopal

India

AshwinTulapurkar

IIT Bombay

India

SubhankarBedanta

NISER, Odisha

India

Manish Jain

IISc Bangalore

India

KausikMajumdar

IISc Bangalore

India

PoornenduChaturvedi

SSPL, Delhi

India

KrishenenduSengupta

IACS, Kolkatta

India

Aveek Bid

IISc Bangalore

India

BijayAgarwala

IISER Pune)

India

SoumyaBera

IIT B

India

AmitAgarwal

IIT Kanpur

India

MukulKabir

IISER Pune

India

ManasKulkarni

ICTS

India

Subroto Mukherjee

IISc Bangalore

India

Anil Kumar P S

IISc Bangalore

India

Anindya Das

IISc Bangalore

India

Pranaba K Muduli

IIT Delhi

India

V1H4S2

Material infrastructure for digital and quantum technologies

Date: 07-10-2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 Hrs IST

Ramamoorthy Ramesh

UC Berkeley

United States of America

Jainendra Jain

Penn State University

United States of America

Nitin Samarth

Penn State University

United States of America

VenkyVenkatesan

NUS

Singapore

PulickelAjayan

Rice University

United States of America

Saroj Dash

Chalmers University

Sweden

AdityaMohite

Rice University

United States of America

SwastikKar

Northeastern University.

United States of America

Saptarshi Das

Penn State University

United States of America

Ramesh Budhani

Morgan State University

United States of America

Tamalika Banerjee

Groeningen University

Netherlands

PremPiramanayagam

NTU

Singapore

Manish Chhowalla

Cambridge University

United Kingdom

Goutam Sheet 

IISER Mohali

India

ShivajiSondhi

Princeton University

United States of America

BhaskaranMuralidharan

IIT B

India

ArindamGhosh

IISc Bangalore

India

MandarDeshmukh

TIFR Mumbai

India

Ajay K Sood

IISc Bangalore

India

Veerpal Singh Awana

NPL Delhi

India

TanusriSaha-Dasgupta (

IACS, Kolkata

India

ShobhanaNarasimhan

JNCASR, Bangalore

India

R P Singh

IISER Bhopal

India

AshwinTulapurkar

IIT Bombay

India

SubhankarBedanta

NISER, Odisha

India

Manish Jain

IISc Bangalore

India

KausikMajumdar

IISc Bangalore

India

PoornenduChaturvedi

SSPL, Delhi

India

Pranaba K Muduli

IIT Delhi

India

Anil Kumar P S

IISc Bangalore

India

V1H4S3

Topological quantum matter and hybrid quantum devices

Date: 08-10-2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 Hrs IST

ArunParamekanti

University of Toronto

Canada

Jainendra Jain

Penn State University

United States of America

Nitin Samarth

Penn State University

United States of America

AvikGhosh

Univ. of Virginia

United States of America

Zubin Jacob

Purdue University

United States of America

Vikram Deshpande

University of Utah

United States of America

Suprem Das

Kansas state University

United States of America

Saroj Dash

Chalmers University

Sweden

AbhayPasupathy

Columbia University

United States of America

Jay D. Sau

Univ. of Maryland

United States of America

J. Atulasimha

Virginia Comm University

United States of America

SumantaTewari

Clemson University

United States of America

JuzarThingna

IBS Korea

South Korea

PrameyUpadhaya

Purdue University

United States of America

Goutam Sheet 

IISER Mohali

India

HimadriShekharDhar

Imperial College, London

United kingdom

ShivajiSondhi

Princeton University

United States of America

BhaskaranMuralidharan

IIT B

India

Mandar Deshmukh

TIFR, Mumbai

India

Arindam Ghosh (IISc)

IISc Bangalore

India

KrishenenduSengupta

IACS, Kolkatta

India

Aveek Bid

IISc Bangalore

India

BijayAgarwala

IISER Pune)

India

SoumyaBera

IIT B

India

Amit Agarwal

IIT Kanpur

India

Mukul Kabir

IISER Pune

India

Manas Kulkarni

ICTS

India

Subroto Mukherjee

IISc Bangalore

India

MadhuThalakkulam

IISER TVM

India

Anindya Das

IISc Bangalore

India

Ajay K Sood

IISc Bangalore

India

Anil Kumar P S

IISc Bangalore

India

V1H4S4

Building the Indian quantum-materials-and-devices ecosystem : Synergies and future directions

Date : 25-10-2020

Time: 1830 – 2030 Hrs IST

Ramamoorthy Ramesh

UC Berkeley

United States of America

Jainendra Jain

Penn State University

United States of America

Nitin Samarth

Penn State University

United States of America

Venky Venkatesan

NUS

Singapore

PulickelAjayan

Rice University

United States of America

Aditya Mohite

Rice University

United States of America

Swastik Kar

Northeastern University.

United States of America

Saptarshi Das

Penn State University

United States of America

Ramesh Budhani

Morgan State University

United States of America

Tamalika Banerjee

Groeningen University

Netherlands

PremPiramanayagam

NTU

Singapore

Manish Chhowalla

Cambridge University

United Kingdom

ArunParamekanti

University of Toronto

Canada

AvikGhosh

Univ. of Virginia

United States of America

Zubin Jacob

Purdue University

United States of America

Vikram Deshpande

University of Utah

United States of America

Suprem Das

Kansas state University

United States of America

Saroj Dash

Chalmers University

Sweden

AbhayPasupathy

Columbia University

United States of America

Jay D. Sau

Univ. of Maryland

United States of America

J. Atulasimha

Virginia Comm University

United States of America

SumantaTewari

Clemson University

United States of America

JuzarThingna

IBS Korea

South Korea

PrameyUpadhaya

Purdue University

United States of America

Goutam Sheet 

IISER Mohali

India

ShivajiSondhi

Princeton University

United States of America

BhaskaranMuralidharan

IIT B

India

Arindam Ghosh

IISc Bangalore

India

Mandar Deshmukh

TIFR Mumbai

India

Ajay K Sood

IISc Bangalore

India

Veerpal Singh Awana

NPL Delhi

India

TanusriSaha-Dasgupta (

IACS, Kolkata

India

ShobhanaNarasimhan

JNCASR, Bangalore

India

R P Singh

IISER Bhopal

India

AshwinTulapurkar

IIT Bombay

India

SubhankarBedanta

NISER, Odisha

India

Manish Jain

IISc Bangalore

India

KausikMajumdar

IISc Bangalore

India

PoornenduChaturvedi

SSPL, Delhi

India

KrishenenduSengupta

IACS, Kolkatta

India

Aveek Bid

IISc Bangalore

India

BijayAgarwala

IISER Pune)

India

SoumyaBera

IIT B

India

Amit Agarwal

IIT Kanpur

India

Mukul Kabir

IISER Pune

India

Manas Kulkarni

ICTS

India

Anil Kumar P S

IISc Bangalore

India

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