Hi, interested reader! I am a quantum physicist working on the characterization of quantum systems as resources for quantum technologies. Currently, I hold an EPSRC Postdoctoral fellowship at the Department of Atomic and Laser Physics of the University of Oxford. In the project Entanglement-free Quantum Systems, Processes and Technologies, I study the possibility to obtain computational speed-up powered by quantum coherence and correlations alternative to entanglement. While being a theoretician, I often collaborate with experimentalists in both design and data analysis of quantum information processing implementations, e.g. in optical and NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) systems. My work You can find the weblinks to my papers in my Google Scholar profile. I like quantifying properties of quantum systems, answering questions as How to determine the speed of a many-body quantum system? It turns out that few local measurements are sufficient, see here for details Is there a link between quantum complementarity and quantum correlations? Is there an uncertainty principle for single quantum observables? Yes, and yes, see here Career Summary - March 2014 -- Oxford Martin fellow (from July 2014, EPSRC fellow) at the University of Oxford in the Frontiers of Quantum Physics group
- September 2013 - March 2014 -- Postdoc at the National University of Singapore in the Quantum Measurement group
- July 2013 -- PhD in Mathematics at The University of Nottingham in the Quantum Correlations group
- December 2009 -- M.Sc. in Theoretical Physics at the University of Torino
- September 2007 -- B.Sc. in Physics at the University of Torino see here
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