Quantum computing, information and devices based on superconducting technology
I am a theoretical physicist focusing in quantum computing, information and devices based on superconducting circuits. I lead the research group in Superconducting Quantum Simulations and Quantum Information of four postdoctoral researchers and two doctoral researchers at Nano and Molecular System Research Unit. Our research focuses on many-body physics and open quantum system phenomena in arrays of transmon qubits by combining analytic, numerical and collaborative experimental methods and approaches.
I got my PhD degree in 2013 from University of Oulu. From 2013 to 2016, I was as a Postdoctoral Associate at Yale University, USA. In 2016, I came to Oulu and Aalto as postdoctoral researcher. Since 2018 I have been an Academy of Finland Research Fellow leading the project "Many-body localization and dissipation in arrays of superconducting transmon devices".
- Quantum computing
- Superconducting quantum devices
- Quantum information
- Open quantum systems
- Many-body physics