I am a Post doc in the laboratory (K-lab) of prof. Tobias Kippenberg. I obtained my PhD in quantum optics working with superconducting circuits at Chalmers University of Technology in the groups of prof. Per Delsing and prof. Simone Gasparinetti. My research interests include light-matter interaction in a structured electromagnetic environment, quantum acoustic in microwave regime and quantum thermodynamics.
The versatility of superconducting circuits allows the study of these fields on a single platform.
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PhD in Quantum Optics, 2021
MSc Physics, 2016
More than five years of experience in designing, fabricating and operating small (<4 qubits) quantum systems. Main proficiencies include:
Two superconducting qubits coupled to an array of resonators are dressed by two photonic clouds. An architecture that could be used for quantum simulation of spin models.
An artificial atom is not in perfect vacuum. The interaction with non-equilibrium baths and the electromagnetic environment alters its energy structure and its dynamics.