I am currently working for Riverlane as a Tech Lead: Head of Architecture, and am on a leave of absence from my other job as a senior lecturer at the University of Sheffield. Below is some information on my group at Sheffield.
Sheffield research group
Senior Lecturer (currently on leave)
Former Postdoc (currently a postdoc National University of Singapore)
Former Postdoc (currently a postdoc at the free university of Berlin)
Graduated PhD Student
Mark Howard: currently a Royal Society University Research Fellow in Gallway, Ireland.
Other quantum people at Sheffield
My group is part of Sheffield’s Quantum Center and the LDSD group. Within LDSD there several other theorists and we informally call ourselves the quantum theory group. Below is a photo of a “Quantum theory walk” (May 2019, near Castleton in the Peak district):
|I’m a theoretical physicist based at the University of Sheffield and Head of Architecture at River Lane research. My research is on quantum computation and trying to design the simplest possible device for experimentalists to then build. Here is my CV.
EPSRC awarded me an early career fellowship for my research project Towards fault-tolerant quantum computing with minimal resources. I was also the coordinator for the European QCDA network.
|2022-||Head of Architecture
|2020-2022||Senior research scientist
Amazon Web Services, Cambridge.
|2019-2020||Senior research scientist (part time)
River Lane research, Cambridge.
|2015-||EPSRC Early Career Research Fellow & Senior Lecturer (on leave since 2019)
Dept. Physics & Astronomy, University of Sheffield.
|2014-2015||Postdoctoral Research Associate
Pieter Kok’s group @ University of Sheffield.
|2011-2014||Postdoctoral Research Associate
Jens Eisert’s group @ Free University Berlin
|2010-2011||Postdoctoral Research Associate
Jens Eisert’s group @ Potsdam University
|2008-2010||Royal Commission of 1851 Research Fellow
University College London
Simon Benjamin’s group @ Oxford University
|2001-2005||Physics & Philosophy Masters Degree Student