I come from a small place called Onsala south of Gothenburg in Sweden. In Gothenburg I did my Bachelor at Chalmers in engineering physics but became more interested in theoretical physics and finished with a bachelor thesis on higher-dimensional black holes and group theory. After this I moved to Switzerland to do a master at ETH. Here I found a great interest for quantum information theory and did a master thesis on quantum error-correction codes in the group of Renator Renner.
Now I’m doing a PhD in the group of Stephanie Wehner with the main focus on how to efficiently route entanglement in a quantum network. I investigate, for example, graph states and how these can be manipulated locally, from which I have found an increasing interest for graph theoretical problems.
I also consider what good protocols and interfaces are for keeping track of qubits and states in such a network.
When I am not thinking about routing entanglement I enjoy going climbing.
A Link Layer Protocol for Quantum Networks
Axel Dahlberg, Matthew Skrzypczyk, Tim Coopmans, Leon Wubben, Filip Rozpędek, Matteo Pompili, Arian Stolk, Przemysław Pawełczak, Robert Knegjens, Julio de Oliveira Filho, Ronald Hanson, Stephanie Wehner
Proceedings of ACM SIGCOMM 2019, pp 159-173 (2019)
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