Creators and Guests

Kevin Rowney
Host
Kevin Rowney
Appears in 33 episodes
Sebastian Hassinger🌻
Host
Sebastian Hassinger🌻
Business development #QuantumComputing @AWScloud Opinions mine, he/him.
Appears in 33 episodes
Alexander Keesling
Guest
Alexander Keesling
Dr. Alex Kessling is QuEra's CEO and an expert in quantum computing and quantum simulation with neutral atoms. He obtained his doctorate in physics at Harvard, in the group of QuEra's co-founder Mikhail Lukin. During his PhD he pioneered the development of programmable Rydberg atom arrays into a leading technology for quantum information processing.
Appears in 1 episode
César Rodriguez Rosario
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César Rodriguez Rosario
César A. Rodríguez Rosario: From Pe Erre, for Hilbert Space. CEO/Founder @commutatorst
Appears in 1 episode
Chiara Decaroli
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Chiara Decaroli
Dr. Decaroli earned her PhD at ETH Zurich, focusing on the physics of ion traps. She lead user engagement for the UK's National Quantum Computing Center and is now an Investment Manager with Redstone VC, a deep tech fund.
Appears in 1 episode
Daniel Stick
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Daniel Stick
Dr. Daniel Stick is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff Sandia National Laboratories and a recognized leader in developing micro-fabricated ion traps for quantum information applications. He received his BS from Caltech and his PhD from the University of Michigan. In 2012 he received a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers for research in trapped ion quantum computing.
Appears in 1 episode
David Mazziotti
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David Mazziotti
Professor of Chemistry at University of Chicago
Appears in 1 episode
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Dorit Aharonov
Dorit Aharonov is a professor at Hebrew University, the Chief Science Office at QEDMA, and a renowned quantum computer scientist who has made significant contributions to the field.
Appears in 1 episode
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Dr. Cassandra Granade
Dr. Granade is an independent researcher and consultant in quantum information science with a PhD from the Perimeter Institute who is a founder of the QIR Alliance.
Appears in 1 episode
Grant Salton
Guest
Grant Salton
Appears in 1 episode
Ieva Čepaitė
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Ieva Čepaitė
Ieva is a physicist working on quantum computing and quantum algorithms at the company Phasecraft in Bristol. She recently finished my PhD at the Quantum Optics and Quantum Many-Body Systems group at Strathclyde University, working primarily on counterdiabatic driving and optimal control of many-body quantum states.
Appears in 1 episode
James D. Whitfield
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James D. Whitfield
Associate Professor @Dartmouth College in Department of Physics and Astronomy working on quantum technology and quantum simulation of molecules and matter.
Appears in 1 episode
James Wootton
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James Wootton
Helping to make quantum computers @IBMResearch. Occasionally misusing them for fun and/or science. Two Ts and no Es. All nonsense here is my own doing
Appears in 1 episode
Jeannette (Jamie) Garcia
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Jeannette (Jamie) Garcia
IBM Quantum. Quantum Computing, Chemistry, Polymers and Sustainability. Thoughts are my own.
Appears in 1 episode
John Preskill
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John Preskill
Theoretical physicist @Caltech, Director of @IQIM_Caltech, Amazon Scholar. Mastodon: https://t.co/fBX4BkWGcO
Appears in 1 episode
Lin Lin
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Lin Lin
Lin Lin is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics at UC Berkeley, and a Faculty Scientist in the Mathematics Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. His research focuses on solving quantum many-body problems by employing both classical and contemporary methods.
Appears in 1 episode
Martin Savage
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Martin Savage
Theoretical physicist at the InQubator for Quantum Simulation and Institute for Nuclear Theory at the University of Washington.
Appears in 1 episode
Misty Wahl
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Misty Wahl
Quantum | OSS | Qubit tamer @unitaryfund 👩🏼‍💻 ⊗ 🩰@Misty@qubit-social.xyz
Appears in 1 episode
Nathalie De Leon
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Nathalie De Leon
Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Princeton University
Appears in 1 episode
Nick Bronn
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Nick Bronn
bearer of factually appropriate football updates and wrangler of quantum phenomena
Appears in 1 episode
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Olivia Lanes
Global Lead, IBM Quantum advocacy & education| PhD @PittTweet | @DickinsonCol | “Sufficiently amusing” | Ask me about my qubit.
Appears in 1 episode
Omar Costa Hamido
Composer
Omar Costa Hamido
OCH is a performer, composer, and technologist, working primarily in multimedia and improvisation. His current research is on quantum computing and music composition, telematics, and multimedia. He is passionate about emerging technology, cinema, teaching, and performing new works. He earned his PhD in Integrated Composition, Improvisation and Technology at University of California, Irvine with his research project Adventures in Quantumland (quantumland.art). He also earned his MA in Music Theory and Composition at ESMAE-IPP Portugal with his research on the relations between music and painting. In recent years, his work has been recognized with grants and awards from MSCA, Fulbright, Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, Medici, Beall Center for Art+Technology, and IBM.
Appears in 32 episodes
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Paul Cadden-Zimansky
Associate Professor of Physics Academic at Bard College. Holds a B.A., St. John’s College, Santa Fe; M.S., London School of Economics; M.S., and Ph.D., Northwestern University. Previously served as a postdoctoral science fellow at Columbia University, where he subjected the world’s thinnest material, graphene, to the world’s most powerful magnetic fields, in order to study novel two-dimensional electronic states of matter. Has also conducted research at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and Argonne National Laboratory. At Bard since 2012.
Appears in 1 episode
Scott Aaronson
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Scott Aaronson
Scott Joel Aaronson (born May 21, 1981)[1] is an American theoretical computer scientist and David J. Bruton Jr. Centennial Professor of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin. His primary areas of research are quantum computing and computational complexity theory.
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Steve Girvin
Eugene Higgins Professor of Physics at Yale University
Appears in 1 episode
Vladan Vuletic
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Vladan Vuletic
The Lester Wolfe Professor of Physics at MIT, Professor Vuletic's research includes precision measurements, large-scale quantum entanglement, quantum optics, quantum simulation and computing.
Appears in 1 episode
Yufei Ding
Guest
Yufei Ding
Associate Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, University of California, San Diego
Appears in 1 episode
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