Roberto Ferrara, new PhD student
Roberto Ferrara is employed as PhD student in the field of Quantum Information at the Department of Mathematical Sciences. Roberto is affiliated with the QMath research group and will be supervised by Matthias Christandl.
Roberto graduated as a Master's Student in Physics at the Niels Bohr Instituttet. The thesis was supervised jointly by Matthias Christandl from MATH and Anders Sørensen from NBI and studied new properties of private states in an effort to answer open questions when using quantum repeaters for quantum key distribution.
Research interests will be in the theoretical description of Quantum Repeater networks with focus on Key and Entanglement Distribution and applications suitable for experimental realization.
Roberto’s office is 04.0.12.