Cameron Calcluth

Doctoral Student at Applied Quantum Physics

I am a PhD student working on quantum computing. My research focuses on where quantum advantage arrises from, specifically in continuous variable quantum computers. Essentially, I am researching how and why quantum computers are so much faster than regular computers. I work in the AQP laboratory which is part of MC2.

My personal website can be found at phys.cam.

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2020

Efficient simulatability of continuous-variable circuits with large Wigner negativity

Laura García Álvarez, Cameron Calcluth, Alessandro Ferraro et al
Physical review research. Vol. 2 (4), p. 043322-
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