Omar Shehab                                                                    


I'm a PhD student of Computer Science at UMBC under supervision of professor Samuel J. Lomonaco Jr. My research interests center around adiabatic quantum Hamiltonian complexity, quantum computational simulation of topology and use of quantum optics to understand device independent cryptography. In summer 2014, I will be working at the Reconfigurable Computing Group at Information Sciences Institute of University of Southern California as a visiting research assistant under the mentorship of Dr. Kenneth M. Zick.


Omar Shehab
Room ITE 349
Office hours: Monday and Wednesday 12 PM - 1 PM
Phone: 410-455-8933
Email: s h e h a b 1 @ u m b c . e d u