Giulia Ferrini

Assistant Professor at Applied Quantum Physics

Giulia Ferrini is Assistant Professor at the department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience (MC2) and a PI at the Wallenberg Centre for Quantum Technologies (www.wacqt.se). She obtained her PhD from the University of Grenoble (France) in 2011, with a thesis on "Macroscopic quantum coherent phenomena in Bose-Josephson junctions". Before joining Chalmers she spent 3 years in Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, Paris, where she studied applications to quantum information of multimode quantum optics experiments (2011-2014); one year in University Paris-Diderot (2015), and two years in University of Mainz, where she was recipient of a Marie Sklodowska Curie Individual Fellowship, with the goal of defining sub-universal models of quantum computation in continuous variables (2016-2017). At Chalmers she leads the research activity on theoretical quantum information with continuous variables. She is in charge of the quantum algorithm segment of the course "Quantum Optics and Quantum Information" led by Witlef Wieczorek, and responsible for the course "Quantum Computing".

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Showing 7 publications

2020

Improved Success Probability with Greater Circuit Depth for the Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm

Andreas Bengtsson, Pontus Vikstål, Christopher Warren et al
Physical Review Applied. Vol. 14 (3)
Journal article
2020

Universal Gate Set for Continuous-Variable Quantum Computation with Microwave Circuits

Timo Hillmann, Isaac Fernando Quijandria Diaz, Göran Johansson et al
Physical Review Letters. Vol. 125 (16)
Journal article
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-
Journal article
2020

Applying the Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm to the Tail-Assignment Problem

Pontus Vikstål, Mattias Gronkvist, Marika Svensson et al
Physical Review Applied. Vol. 14 (3)
Journal article
2019

Random coding for sharing bosonic quantum secrets

Francesco Arzani, Giulia Ferrini, Frederic Grosshans et al
PHYSICAL REVIEW A. Vol. 100 (2)
Journal article
2019

Probabilistic fault-tolerant universal quantum computation and sampling problems in continuous variables

Tom Douce, Damian Markham, Elham Kashefi et al
Optics InfoBase Conference Papers. Vol. Part F165-QIM 2019
Paper in proceeding
2019

Probabilistic fault-tolerant universal quantum computation and sampling problems in continuous variables

Tom Douce, Damian Markham, Elham Kashefi et al
Physical Review A. Vol. 99 (1)
Journal article

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2020–

CryptoQuaC: Cryptography meets Verifiable Quantum Computation

Aikaterini Mitrokotsa Networks and Systems (Chalmers)
Giulia Ferrini Applied Quantum Physics
Elham Kashefi Unknown organization
Bei Liang Networks and Systems (Chalmers)
GENIE, Chalmers Gender Initiative for Excellence
The Chalmers University Foundation

2019–2022

Kvantfördel i kontinuerlig variabel-arkitekturer

Giulia Ferrini Applied Quantum Physics
Swedish Research Council (VR)

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