I am a research assistant professor at the Niels Bohr Institute, working on Quantum Material Science and its application to Superconducting Qubit and Superconducting Electronic Devices.
I obtained my Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics at the University of Basel, where I studied under Prof. Daniel Loss the fascinating properties of spin-based and topological quantum computing devices. As a postdoctoral researcher in Prof. Liang Fu's group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and at the Niels Bohr Institute I developed the theoretical foundation for a noise-protected superconducting qubit based on superconductor-semiconductor hybrid quantum materials. For the same material platform, I also proposed a highly-efficient diode effect for superconducting electronics that was recently realized by my experimental collaborators.
View my Invited Talk at the APS March Meeting 2023 online!
(Session Z36: Tunable low-density superconductivity in two dimensions, Title: "Charge-4e Supercurrents for Protected Superconducting Qubits", Talk starts at 0:00:12)