Our research in theoretical quantum physics is mainly centred on scalable quantum computation and quantum simulation, with a focus on the development of implementations in atomic, molecular and optical (AMO) systems. The research brings together concepts from various fields such as quantum computation and algorithms, computer science, statistical physics, machine learning, quantum optics and atomic physics.
One principle avenue of research over the last years has been on topological quantum computing and error correction with trapped ions, as well as the study of topological quantum phases in condensed-matter and cold atom systems. We enjoy working at the interface between theory and experiment, and in particular bridging the gap between theoretical models and experimental implementations.
Here are brief summaries of some of the main research topics and ongoing projects.
We are currently looking for skilled and enthusiastic new members to join our team, as PhD students and postdoctoral colleagues.
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We are currently looking for skilled and enthusiastic new members to join our team, as master and PhD students and postdoctoral colleagues.