QMAI Team

Genya Crossman joined QMAI in January 2022 for her master thesis. She studies gates for topologically protected quantum circuits. Genya is currently in the last year of an Applied and Computational Math MSc between TU Berlin and TU Delft through the Computer Simulations for Science and Engineering program.

Guliuxin Jin joined QMAI as a PhD candidate in January 2021. Her research concerns efficient parameter estimation in large scale quantum systems and topological materials. Jin obtained her masters degree from ETH Zürich.

Arash Ahmadi joined QMAI as a PhD candidate in February 2021. His research project concerns study of condensed matter systems using tools from quantum information and artifical intelligence. Arash obtained his BSc and MSc from the Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences in Iran.

Charles Renshaw-Whitman joined QMAI in Febraury 2022 for his Master's Thesis. He is developing simulation tools to aid in efficient quantum dot tuning. He is doing a double Masters in Applied Physics and Sustainable Energy Technology at Delft; he received his BEng. in Mechanical Engineering with a Physics minor from McGill University.

Ignacio Fernández Graña joined QMAI in July 2021 for his master thesis. He works on digital and analog quantum simulation for quantum chemistry. Ignacio got his bachelor in Physics in Santiago de Compostela, with one year abroad in Groningen. He is currently in the last year of the MSc Applied Physics at TU Delft.

Vinicius Fonseca Hernandes joined QMAI as a PhD candidate in October 2021. Vinicius holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Physics from the Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil. In his PhD, Vinicius is going to implement new artificial intelligence methods to efficiently control quantum devices.

Naoual El Yazidi joined QMAI as a bachelor student in November 2021. She is working on implementing machine learning algorithms for identification of topological phases in condensend matter models. Nauoual is currently in the last year of her bachelor's degree in Applied Physics at TU Delft. After that, she will continue with her masters also in Applied Physics.

Valentina Gualtieru joined QMAI as a masters student in January 2022. She is working on implementing quantum machine learning models that could replicate the neural activity of brain cells.

Valentina holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics from the University of Milan and she is now in the last year of her studies in Applied Physics at TU Delft.

Jan Li joined QMAI in March 2022 as an intern. He works on machine learning for quantum phase transitions. Jan has a BSc in Applied Physics from TU Delft and an MSc in Physics from ETH Zurich.

Rouven Koch joined QMAI for a two months research visit in April 2022. His research focusses on the application of machine learning for studying strongly correlated systems, particularly Hamiltonian inference of quantum dots. He obtained his masters degree from Humboldt University of Berlin and is doing his PhD at Aalto University in Finland.

Alumni:

Bachelor students: Calvin Dijksman (now at TU Delft), Oumaima Arichi (now at TU Delft)

Interns: Imelda Romero (now at EPFL, Switzerland), Luca Rüegg (now at ETH Zürich), Rana Karababa (now at Bilkent University), Maia Rigot (now at TU Delft)

Casimir interns: Isidora Araya (now at TU Delft), Radoica Draskic (now at Leiden University)

Master students: Achmed Marif (now at TU Delft)