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Kfir Dolev and Ryotatsu Yanagimoto awarded Q-FARM Fellowships

Friday, August 28, 2020

Kfir Dolev and Ryotatsu Yanagimoto have been awarded the 2020-21 Academic Year Q-FARM Fellowships. 

Kfir Dolev, PhD candidate, Physics (pictured left)
Research focus: I intend to research the structure and implications of relativistic quantum tasks, meaning protocols which require a collection of individuals to collaborate in order to move and process quantum information through spacetime in a desired manner.
Advisors: Prof. Ayfer Ozgur, Electrical Engineering and Prof. Patrick Hayden, Physics
 
Ryotatsu Yanagimoto, PhD candidate, Applied Physics (pictured right)
Research focus: Dynamics of emergent ultra-broadband photonic devices operated in the highly-quantum regime are intrinsically intractable in general due to the immense dimensions of state space involved. My research interests are in developing new theoretical frameworks to unravel and exploit the rich quantum dynamics of broadband optics for quantum engineering and information.

Advisor: Prof. Hideo Mabuchi Mabuchilab.org

Q-FARM Fellowships are awarded to students working on quantum measurement, quantum materials, quantum information, quantum optics or a related area. 

Please join us in welcoming Kfir and Ryotatsu to Q-FARM.
 

 

image of 2020 Fellowship winners, Kfir and Ryotatsu