Quantum Inf Process (2014) 13:2353–2354 DOI 10.1007/s11128-014-0855-2 EDITORIAL New Editor-in-Chief for Quantum Information Processing Yaakov S. Weinstein Published online: 15 October 2014 © Springer Science+Business Media New York 2014 Dear Readers of Quantum Information Processing, I would ﬁrst like to express my appreciation for the honor and privilege to be chosen Editor-in-Chief of Quantum Information Processing (QIP). This position was ﬁrst held by my own PhD advisor Prof. David Cory and was most recently held by the late Dr. Howard Brandt. The few months since the untimely passing of Dr. Brandt have been difﬁcult for all of us associated with QIP. Dr. Brandt’s seemingly gruff facade easily melted into a heart of gold for all those who knew him. His no-nonsense approach to physics and efﬁcient running of QIP will be missed by all of us. Fortunately, QIP has continued thanks to the dedication of a number of acting editors including Michael Frey, Sam Lomonaco, and John Myers. I was appointed Editor-in-Chief of QIP a little more than a month ago. Since that time I have had the opportunity to familiarize myself with all aspects of the journal and to speak to many people associated with QIP. During these
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