They definitely do a lot of great research there, and I've seen quite a few papers from CQT when doing some of my own research in QC. Quantum in Singapore, a heck of a combo.

Not too related, but I thought you and others might find it interesting, Roger Penrose gave a talk here yesterday afternoon, summarizing [this paper](https://arxiv.org/pdf/1808.01740.pdf).

He delivered the talk with the aid of hand-drawn overhead projector sheets, which were really artistic (unfortunately the image is washed out):

![penrose-slides](http://d38jwhuvz77yxg.cloudfront.net/penrose_slides.jpg)

One of the best parts was watching Roger and Kip Thorne discuss CCC and these Hawking Points at the end of the talk:

![penrose-slides](http://d38jwhuvz77yxg.cloudfront.net/penrose_thorne.jpg)

I'm not a cosmologist, but it was fascinating to hear about this view of the big bang, and why Roger doesn't like inflation too much :) For me, it was an interesting insight to see how much he relies on pictures when thinking.