I am a theoretical physicist focusing in quantum simulations, information and devices. My research methods combine analytic, numerical and collaborative experimental approaches. In 13 of my 15 published articles I have the leading author status as the first or the second author.
I got my PhD degree in 2013 from University of Oulu. From 2013 to 2016, I was as a Postdoctoral Associate at Yale University. In 2016, I came to Oulu and Aalto as postdoctoral researcher. Since 2018 I have been an academy research fellow in the project "Many-body localization and dissipation in arrays of superconducting transmon devices". I pursue an independent research carreer.
Broadband Lamb shift in an engineered quantum system
M. Silveri, S. Masuda, V. Sevriuk, K. Y. Tan, M. Jenei, E. Hyyppä, F. Hassler, M. Partanen, J. Goetz, R. E. Lake, L. Grönberg, and M. Möttönen
Nat. Phys., advanced online publication, (2019)
Quantum systems under frequency modulation
M. P. Silveri, J. A. Tuorila, E. V. Thuneberg, and G. S. Paraoanu
Rep. Prog. Phys. 80, 056200 (2017)
New class of quantum error-correcting codes for a bosonic mode
M. H. Michael, M. Silveri, R. T. Brierley, V. V. Albert, J. Salmilehto, L. Jiang, and S. M. Girvin
Phys. Rev. X 6, 031006 (2016)
Theory of remote entanglement via quantum-limited phase-preserving amplification
M. Silveri, E. Zalys-Geller, M. Hatridge, Z. Leghtas, M. H. Devoret, and S. M. Girvin
Phys. Rev. A 93, 062310 (2016).
Motional averaging in a superconducting qubit
J. Li, M. P. Silveri, K. S. Kumar, J.-M. Pirkkalainen, A. Vepsäläinen, W. C. Chien, J. Tuorila, M. A. Sillanpää, P. J. Hakonen, E. V. Thuneberg, and G. S. Paraoanu
Nat. Commun. 4, 1420 (2013)
Stark effect and Bloch-Siegert shift in a strongly driven two-level system
J. Tuorila, M. Silveri, M. Sillanpää, E. Thuneberg, Yu. Makhlin, and P. Hakonen
Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 257003 (2010).
I was as a Postdoctoral Associate in the research group of superconducting quantum devices, quantum information and condensed matter theory led by Prof. Steven Girvin at Yale University for 2,5 years. In this world-class research environment I was immersed in wide variety of topics on superconducting circuits and quantum information. I actively contributed in the theoretical and experimental high-quality research with superconducting circuit based quantum devices and quantum information. I expanded my scientific horizon by learning about novel topics of condensed matter physics, such as the many-body localization, in regular high-level physics colloquiums and seminars.