Imelda Romero joined QMAI in November 2020 as an intern. She develops computationally efficient quantum parameter estimation methods using reinforcement learning. Imelda did her undergraduate studies at the university of Fribourg and her masters at ETH Zürich.
Luca Rüegg is a visiting student at QMAI since September 2020. He is investigating properties of various brading groups and their relation to topological quantum computing. Luca is currently in the last semester of Physics masters program at 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.
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.
Achmed Marif joined QMAI as a master student in February 2021. He works on automation of quantum devices using machine learning. Achmed obtained his BSc and is currently in his last semester of his masters also in Applied physics at the TU Delft.
Isidora Araya is joining QMAI for a master's Casimir rotation intership in March 2021. She will work on the measurement induced phase transitions and neural networks. Isidora obtained her BSc in Physics at University of Chile and she is currently a MSc Applied Physics student at TU Delft.
Radoica Draškić is joining QMAI for a master's Casimir rotation intership in April 2021. He will work at the boundary of metamaterials and quantum information. Previously, Radoica obtained his BSc at the University of Belgrade and currently he is in the last semester of Applied Physics masters at TU Delft.
Rana Karababa is joining QMAI as an undergraduate intern in June 2021. Her research project will concern quantum metamaterials and machine learning. Rana is currently a junior Electrical and Electronics Engineering student with a double major in Physics at Bilkent University in Turkey.
Sylvain Bangma is joining the QMAI team as a Master's student in May 2021. He will work on parameter estimation in quantum devices using automatic differentiation. Sylvain obtained his BSc in Physics and Mathematics at Utrecht University and started his Master Applied Physics at the TU Delft in September 2020.
Calvin Dijksman is joining QMAI for his bachelor thesis. He will work on the reinforcement learning applied to quantum annealing. Calvin is in the final semester of his double bachelor degree in Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics at the TU Delft.