Postdoc in quantum computing at the University of Konstanz, in the group of Guido Burkard.
My main research interest is the interface of many-body physics and quantum computation.
physics at kattemolle dot com
For an even broader introduction to quantum computation, see the pop-sci articles below. They were originally published in Dutch on www.quantumuniverse.nl. Machine translations, which are quite good, are available.
|Deel I: Makkelijk of Moeilijk?||Part I: Easy or Hard?|
|Deel II: Encryptie, bits en qubits||Part II: Encryption, bits and qubits|
|Deel III: Echte qubits||Part III: Real qubits|
|Zwarte gaten, deel 9: De Firewall-paradox||Black holes, part 9: The Firewall Paradox|
Slides on the 'Noise resilience of QAOA against (un)correlated errors', as presented at the APS March meeting, 2022. (15/03/2022)
I defended my PhD thesis, entitled: 'Many-body physics meets quantum computation'. (15/07/2021)
I created the quantum emulator HeisenbergVQE, tailored to the emulation of Variational Quantum Eigensolvers for the Heisenberg model. (03/02/2021)
Quantum circuits in Python using nothing but Numpy. (08/05/2020)
Commutation relations cheat sheet. (26/02/2020)
Slides on 'Conditions for superdecoherence'. (13/11/2019)
Slides on 'Dynamical fidelity susceptibility of decoherence-free subspaces', as presented at YQIS, 2019. (27/09/2019)
Sheet music: klein, klein Jezuken (In Dutch)