Uses numerical methods to understand the behaviour of interacting atoms, identify relevant observables for experiments, and study the localization properties of matter waves
Investigates what can be known about a quantum system, for example through quantum state tomography. Also works on cold atoms in lattices including graphene-like structures.
Investigates quantum optical implementations of quantum computation and quantum simulation bridging theory with experiments. Particular interests include quantum simulations of condensed matter, chemistry and material science, quantum machine learning, and applications of topological physics in quantum technologies
Works on quantum information with a particular focus on applied systems, including quantum processors and simulators.
Main research areas are quantum phase factors and their application, decoherence, contextuality, entanglement and other measures of quantum correlations.
With ultracold atoms platforms, we are developing simulators with (non)-Abelian gauge structures. We use nanophotonics devices to engineer new types of optical tweezers and imaging systems. Finally, with the strontium clock transition, we will perform precision measurement of a quantum system in presence of gravitational field.