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Chercheur en info quantique, exprimant ses propres opinions.
Researcher in quantum information, expressing my own opinions.
Father, Physicist, Researcher, Professor at uOttawa. I do research in Optics, Quantum Photonics, and Quantum Information. Twitter: @LundeenOttawa
🇪🇺 Quantum simulation & open source software
insideQuantum is a podcast telling the human stories behind cutting-edge developments in quantum technology, with the aim of highlighting the diverse range of people behind the amazing discoveries powering the quantum revolution.
Each episode features a different guest, chosen from a wide variety of backgrounds, jobs and career stages, including guests from both academia and industry. Over the course of a 30-40 minute chat we’ll hear all about their story, and how they got to where they are now
Quantum information researcher at International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (Portugal) and Professor at Universidade Federal Fluminense (Brazil).
Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University | Author of "Quantum Information Theory," published by Cambridge University Press
An asymptotic quantum algorithms researcher
Tenured research scientist at the CNRS, working on quantum information and quantum optics, based in Paris. He/him (or they/their if you prefer)
Quantum Error Correction Ph.D. student @ Duke (advised by firstname.lastname@example.org). Cloud and Quantum AI Xoogler. Also mainly husband and hobby musician.
Theoretical physicist @Harvard working on #quantum simulation, machine learning, strongly correlated many body systems
Fluid dynamist turned quantum physicist. Founder and CEO of Anyon Systems.
Ssalongo, father of twins, Swabian, theoretical physicist, quantum thermodynamicist; associate professor at UMBC
Nice to meet you!
Currently Quantum Device Engineer at QuTech (NL). Responsible to automate, extract, analyze and report data from microscopes and other equipments meant for quantum devices.
Into quantum networks, algorithms & applications.
Developing a quantum programming language and turning it into a startup. Towards a higher abstraction way to deal with quantum phenomena so software developers can harness quantum resources.
Delft, the Netherlands
Professor at the department of Mathematics of the University of South Carolina. Interested in Quantum Information.
Computational physicist at U.S. Army Research Lab, previously Stanford, U Kassel, FU Berlin. Quantum Optimal Control.
Physics professor at CSUSM. Transplanted Canadian in southern California.