By education, I am a mathematician, theoretical physicist and computer scientist. My scientific interests span a wide range of topics within those three subjects. My main area of research is mathematical and quantum physics, specifically applications of geometry and topology in quantum information and computation. My PhD supervisor is Prof. Adam Sawicki.
The main topics of my current research are:
- efficiency of quantum gates and random walks on compact groups
- quantum compilation
- t-designs and ε-nets
- geometry and topology of quantum correlations
- reliability of quantum hardware
- quantum computing stacks and their emulation (especially trapped-ion quantum computers)