We work on optimisation for and with the help of quantum computing. Examples: optimal compilation, variational algorithms, efficient embeddings.

We are a theoretical physics research group based at Trinity College Dublin. Our research interfaces open quantum systems, non-equilibrium statistical physics, and quantum information.

Encoding information within quantum systems and manipulating them promises to lead to great advantages, with three main application domains: quantum cryptography, quantum simulation, and quantum algorithmics. To understand its strengths and limits, we take a transversal stance and seek to capture which resources are granted to us by nature, at the fundamental level, for the sake of computing (e.g. quantum & spatial parallelism).


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