Very exciting! I have accepted a postdoc offer. I am going to graduate soon. The postdoc position starts in July.
During the winter, I gave postdoc candidate seminars titled “Theory and Simulations of Interacting Quantum Systems”.
I have been a visitor at the Theoretical Division of LANL in October and November, 2019. I studied quantum transport in multiterminal topological superconductor junctions. I gave a seminar titled “Effect of Magnetic Field on Multi-terminal Josephson Junctions“.
I am attending the Illinois Quantum Computing Summer School in Chicago. The lectures and tutorials include quantum algorithms, error correction and simulations.
I am attending the FTPI (Fine Theoretical Physics Institute) workshop “Advances in strongly correlated electronic systems (ASCES2019)” at the University of Minnesota. During poster session, I will present my work titled “Andreev bound states in multi-terminal Josephson junctions”.
Not surprising news: I won an award. This time, James Nelson Humphrey Award! It is offered by the Department of Physics.
I am presenting our work on fluxonium qubit systems. The conference is organized by the Center for Nonlinear Studies of Los Alamos National Laboratory.
What would you do if you could reverse time? You would attend my seminars! I gave three seminars about my research on quantum adiabatic algorithm at Koç University, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University and Bilkent University in January. Here is the announcement for Koç University: