This Austrian Nobel Prize winner called Prime Minister Modi a spiritual personality, you know what else he said?
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This Austrian Nobel Prize winner called Prime Minister Modi a spiritual personality, you know what else he said?

Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Austria: After Russia, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is now in Austria. Here, Prime Minister Modi is attending various programmes. Meanwhile, Austrian physicist and Nobel laureate Anton Zeilinger met Prime Minister Modi. During the meeting with Prime Minister Modi, physicist Anton Zeilinger discussed many issues related to physics. After meeting Prime Minister Modi, Anton Zeilinger praised him. What did Anton Zeilinger say? After meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Austrian physicist and Nobel laureate Anton Zeilinger said, “It was a very pleasant discussion. We talked about spiritual matters, we talked about the possibilities of quantum information, quantum technology and the basic fundamental ideas of quantum physics. I found him to be a very spiritual person and I think that is a quality that most world leaders should have today… It is about supporting talented young people to follow their own ideas and really new ideas come from them. This is something that can happen in any country, especially in India…”What did Prime Minister Modi say?PM Modi said he had a wonderful meeting with Nobel laureate Anton Zelinger. His work in quantum mechanics is groundbreaking. His passion for knowledge and science was clearly visible. I discussed India’s efforts like the National Quantum Mission and how we are nurturing an ecosystem for technology and innovation. I was also happy to receive his book.Learn more about Anton ZeilingerLet’s say that Anton Zeilinger was born on May 20, 1945 in Ried im Innkreis, Austria. Zeilinger is a professor of physics at the University of Vienna and a senior scientist at the Institute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information at the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Most of his research concerns experiments with quantum entanglement. He is particularly known for his experimental and theoretical work, especially on entanglement, quantum teleportation, quantum communication, and cryptography.

I know tooAnton Zeilinger received his doctorate from the University of Vienna in 1971. Before joining the University of Vienna in 1999, he taught at the Technical Faculty of the University of Vienna and at the University of Innsbruck, where he served as Chairman of the Department of Physics. Zeilinger has held numerous positions, including at MIT, the Technical University of Munich, Humboldt University of Berlin, the University of Oxford, and the International Chair at the College de France. Zeilinger was President of the Austrian Physical Society.