Influential People in Quantum Computing

Influential People In Quantum Computing

These are some of the people that are working in the field, creating the science and technology of the future.

Scott AaronsonUniversity of Texas/Quantum ComputinglinkScott Aaronson, also known as, David J. Bruton Jr, is a theoretical computer scientist and Centennial Professor of Computer Science at the University of Texas. His area of research is quantum computing and computational complexity theory.
Chris AdamiMichigan State UniversitylinkChris Adami teaches Microbiology, Molecular Genetics, and Physics and Astronomy at Michigan State University. He received the NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal, as well as elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society in 2017.
Gerardo AdessoUniversity of NottinghamlinkGerardo Adesso is a Professor of Mathematical Physics and Faculty of Science at the University of Nottingham. He leads The Quantum Correlations Group at the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Nottingham.
John RarityUniversity of BristollinkJohn Rarity is a Professor of Optical Communication Systems at the University of Bristol. He is a member of The Bristol Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information, QET Labs, Department of Electrical & Electronical Engineering, and Photonics.
Samuel BraunsteinUniversity of YorklinkSamuel Braunstein is a Professor at the University of York. He has received the Royal Society – Wollfson Research Merit Award and the title of Lord Kelvin Lecturer in 2001.
Pieter KokUniversity of SheffieldlinkHe is a physicist and Senior Lecturer in Theoretical Physics at the University of Sheffield. He also wrote Introduction to Optical Quantum Information Processing.
Stefano PirandolaUniversity of YorklinkHe is the Professor of Quantum Information at Computer Science at the University of York. He has a PhD in Physics from the University of Camerino in Italy.
David LucasOxfordlinkHe is a co-leader of the Oxford ion trap quantum computing research group. He works with a group that is involved in theoretical activity.
Ronald de WolfDutch Centre for Mathematics and Computer SciencelinkHe is a researcher at the Algorithms and Complexity group of CWI, and a professor at the University of Amsterdam.
Jiannis PachosUniversity of LeedslinkHe is a Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Leeds. At the University of Leeds he is apart of the Theoretical Physics Group.
Daniel GottesmanPerimeter InstitutelinkDaniel works on Quantum Computation, fault-tolerant quantum computation, quantum cryptography, and quantum complexity. He developed the stabilizer code formalism for creating and describing a large class of quantum codes.
David CoryUniversity of WaterloolinkHe is affiliated with the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, and chairs the advisory committee for the Canada Institute for Advanced Research’s Quantum Information Processing program.
John PreskillCalifornia Institute of TechnologylinkHe is a Theoretical Physicist and a Professor of Theoretical Physics at the California Institute of Technology.
Raymond LaflammePerimeter InstitutelinkRaymond began his career working with Stephen Hawking on questions in quantum gravity and cosmology. He is now the CSO at Universal Quantum Devices.
Charles BennettIBMlinkCharles Bennett studies Quantum Information at IBM.
Giles BrassardUniversite de MontreallinkGilles Brassard studies Quantum Information
Juan Ignacio CiracMax Planck Institute for Gravitational PhysicslinkHe is the director of the Theory Division of the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics and a quantum information theorist.
Richard CleveUniversity of WaterloolinkRichard Cleve researches quantum information processing. He has won the CAP-CRM Prize in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics in 2008.
Patrick HaydenStanford UniversitylinkPatrick Hayden researches finding efficient methods for performing the communication tasks that will be required for quantum information processing. He hold the Canada Research Chair in the Physics of Information at McGill University.
Adrian KentUniversity of CambridgelinkHe researched quantum foundations and quantum information science and is a Professor of Quantum Physics at the University of Cambridge.
Debbie LeungUniversity of WaterloolinkLeung studies Theoretical Quantum Information Processing, and teaches Introduction to Quantum Information Processing at the University of Waterloo.
Hoi-K Wong LoUniversity of TorontolinkHoi-K Wong Lo is in The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto. He also researches Quantum Information.
Norbert LutkenhausInstitute for Quantum Computing (IQC)linkNorbert Lutkenhaus studies Quantum Information.
Michele MoscaInstitute for Quantum Computing (IQC)linkMichele Mosca studies Quantum Information, specifically quantum algorithms and complexity, quantum safe cryptography, and issues with quantum information processing.
Ashwin NayakUniversity of WaterloolinkNayak work in the Department of Combinatorics and Optimization at the University of Waterloo. Nayak also researches Quantum Information.
Sandu PopescuUniversity of BristollinkSandu Popescu is a Professor of Physics at the University of Bristol. He is also a member of the Bristol Quantum Information and Computation Group.
David PoulinPerimeter InstitutelinkDavid is earning is PhD under Professor Raymond Laflamme. His area of research is Quantum Foundations.
Barry SandersUniversity of CalgarylinkBarry Sanders studies Quantum Information and he is in the Institute for Quantum Information Science at the University of Calgary.
Peter ShorMassachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)linkPeter Shor is in the Department of Mathematics at MIT. His area of research is Quantum Information. || Barbara Terhal | Rheinisch-Westfalische Technische Hochschule (RWTH Aachen University) | link | Barbara Terhal studies Quantum Information at RWTH Aachen University. || John Watrous | University of Waterloo | link | Watrous works at the University of Waterloo at the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science. He studies Quantum Information.
Dorit AharonovHebrew UniversitylinkDorit is a Professor at Hebrew University and she works in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Her main research interests are Quantum computational complexity, Quantum algorithms, and Quantum cryptographic protocols.
Christopher AltmanDelft University of TechnologylinkAltman is a quantum technologist, physicist, and an astronaut. He started his career with an artificial intelligence project and a NASA/USAF. His work has been featured in both a Discovery Channel Special and in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Maria SchuldUniversity of KwaZulu-NatallinkMaria is a Postdoctoral researcher who received her PhD in Physics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. She researches Quantum machine learning, quantum computing, quantum neural networks, and machine learning.
Peter WittekUniversity of TorontolinkPeter Wittek is the Academic Director of the Quantum Machine Learning Initiative in the Creative Destruction Lab at the University of Toronto. He researches the intersection of machine learning and quantum physics.
Hans Christian von BaeyerCollege of William and MarylinkHe is a Chancellor Professor of Physics at the College of William and Mary. He has received the Science Journalism Award of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the National Magazine Award.
Chad RigettiRigetti ComputinglinkHe is the founder and CEO of Rigetti Computing, and is a quantum computing physicist. Prior, he worked in the quantum computing group at IBM.
Ilya SinayskiyNational Institute for Theoretical PhysicslinkIlya researches Open quantum systems, Quantum Information Processing, and Quantum Optics. He is a researcher at the National Institute for Theoretical Physics.
Francesco PetruccioneUniversity of KwaZulu-NatallinkHe is a professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal since 2004. He has published more than 90 papers in refereed journals.
Philip BallFreelancelinkHe is a science writer, who has written many books on science. He writes regularly for Nature, but has had publications in New Scientist, New York Times, the Guardian, The Financial Times, and New Statesman.
Andris AmbainisUniversity of LatvialinkHe is a Professor at the University of Latvia, and researches Quantum computing, quantum communication, quantum cryptography, and foundations of quantum mechanics (quantum nonlocality).
Janet AndersUniversity of ExeterlinkJanet is a theoretical physicist, a Lecturer at the University of Exeter, and a member of the Electromagnetic and Acoustic Materials group. She researches thermodynamic aspects of quantum systems.
P.K. AravindWorcester Polytechnic InstitutelinkAravind is a Professor of Physics at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He researches foundations of quantum mechanics, Bell’s theorem, and quantum information theory.
André BerthiaumeDePaul UniversitylinkHe is an Assistant Professor at DePaul University. Berthiaume researches Classical and quantum algorithms, Quantum information theory, Classical and quantum cryptography, distributed systems, and information technology education.
Jacob BiamonteSkolkovo Institute of Science and TechnologylinkHe is a Professor at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology and the Lead of Skoltech’s Deep Quantum Labs.
Joshua BienfangQuantum Measurement Division of the Physical Measurement LaboratorylinkHe is a physicist in the Quantum Optics group who has been awarded the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers and many more.
Sougato BoseUniversity College LondonlinkHe is a professor of Physics that works in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. He researches Entanglement in spin chains, Quantum communication, Quantum Optics, and Foundations of Quantum Mechanics.
Dan BrowneUniversity College LondonlinkHe is a professor of Physics that works in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. He researches quantum information science to understand the phenomena in quantum physics that lie at the heart of quantum information protocols.
Caslav BruknerUniversity of ViennalinkHe is a Director of the IQOQI Vienna, and he researches foundations of quantum physics, quantum information theory, and the interplay between gravity and quantum physics.
Harry BuhrmanUniversity of AmsterdamlinkHe is the Algorthims and Complexity group Leader at CWI and teaches Computational Complexity at the University of Amsterdam.
Daniel BurgarthAberystwyth UniversitylinkHe is a Lecturer in Mathematics and Physics, the Institute Director of Postgraduate Studies, and a member of University Senate.
Mark ByrdSouthern Illinois UniversitylinkProfessor of Physics with a specialization in Theoretical Quantum Computation and Quantum Error Correction. He is a part of the Quantum Computing Group at SIU.
Adan CabelloUniversidad de SevillalinkHe researches Foundations of quantum theory, quantum information, and quantum computation at Universidad de Sevilla.
Robert CalderbankDuke UniversitylinkHe is the Director for the Information Initiative and a Professor of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Mathematics at Duke University. He also works with Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development.
John CalsamigliaUniversität Autonoma de BarcelonalinkHe is a Professor at the Universität Autonoma de Barcelona.
Valerio Cappellini“Abdus Salam” International Centre for Theoretical PhysicslinkHis area of interests are in quantization procedures, algorithmic complexity, duality between quantum maps and quantum states, and random matrix theory.
Nicolas CerfUniversite Libre de BruxelleslinkHe is a physicist and a professor of quantum mechanics and information theory. He is also a member of the Royal Academies for Science and the Arts of Belgium.
Andrew ChildsUniversity of MarylandlinkHe is a professor at the University of Maryland that is in the Department of Computer Science and Institute for Advanced Computer Studies. He researches quantum systems to process information, quantum algorithms, and quantum query complexity.
Matthias ChristandlUniversity of CopenhagenlinkHe is a Professor at the University of Copenhagen where he works in the Department of Mathematical Sciences and researches Quantum Information Theory.
Isaac ChuangMITlinkHe is in the Department of Physics at MIT, where he is a Professor of Physics and a Professor of Electrical Engineering.
Charles W. ClarkUniversity of MarylandlinkHe is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland and he researches Atomtronic’s, Neutron interferometry, Quantum telecommunications, and far ultraviolet radiation.
Richard CleveUniversity of WaterloolinkHe is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo. He was awarded for “fundamental results in quantum information theory, including the structure of quantum algorithms” in 2008.
Don CoppersmithIBMlinkHe is a mathematician and cryptographer who played a big part in the IBM team that developed the Data Encryption Standard (DES).
Claude CrépeauMcGill UniversitylinkHe is a Professor at McGill University and has fundamental work in zero-knowledge proof, multi-party computing, quantum cryptography, and quantum teleportation.
Oscar DahlstenUniversity of OxfordlinkHe works in the Department of Physics at the University of Oxford. He works on quantum information theory that includes role of information entropy and typical entanglement.
A.R. Usha DeviBangalore UniversitylinkShe researches phase space description of quantum spin systems, classical and quantum correlations, quantum measurements, and quantum information theory.
Wim van DamUniversity of CalifornialinkHe is a Professor of Computer Science and Physics. He researches theory of quantum computation, including, quantum information, quantum communication, and nonlocality.
Ivan DamgårdAarhus UniversitylinkHe is a Professor of Computer Science at Aarhus University, he recently published a new book with Ronald Cramer and Jesper Buus Nielsen on Information Theoretically Secure Multiparty Computation.
David DeutschUniversity of OxfordlinkHe is a physicist who is a visiting Professor in the Department of Atomic and Laser Physics at the Centre for Quantum Computation (CQC) at the University of Oxford.
Luming DuanTsinghua UniversitylinkHe is a Professor of who researches Quantum Optics and Quantum Information.
Jonathan L DuBoisLawrence Livermore National LaboratorylinkHe has researched Quantum Monte Carlo and Quantum coherence in mesoscopic systems. He recently published Identification of the Local Sources of Paramagnetic Noise in Superconducting Qubit Devices Fabricated on a-AI 2 O 3 Substrates Using Density-Functional Calculations.
Ian DurhamSaint Anselm CollegelinkHe is a mathematical physicist at the Saint Anselm College. He is a part of the American Physical Society and the Royal Astronomical Society.
Jens EisertDahlem Center for Complex Quantum SystemslinkHe studies Quantum many-body theory, quantum information theory, and quantum optics. He is also a Professor at the Dahlem Center for Complex Quantum Systems.
Artur EkertUniversity of OxfordlinkA Professor of Quantum Physics. He researches quantum cryptography and quantum computation.
Berge EnglertNational University of SingaporelinkHe is a Principal Investigator at the Centre for Quantum Technologies, and is a Professor at the National University of Singpore. He researches quantum information science.
Steven van EnkUniversity of OregonlinkHe is a Professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Oregon. He researches quantum computing, model selection, and probability.
Mark EttingerSpoken CommunicationslinkHe is a Senior Algorithms Engineer at Spoken Communications. He researched Theoretical aspects of Computer Science.
Edward FarhiMITlinkHe is a Professor of Physics at MIT and works in the Department of Physics. He researches quantum mechanics and quantum computing.
Stephen FennerThe University of South CarolinalinkHe is a Professor at the College of Engineering and Computing at the University of South Carolina. He researches core theoretical foundations of computing commutability and computational complexity specifically quantum computing and information.
Michael FleischhauerUniversity of KaiserslauternlinkHe is a Professor in the Physics Department at the University of Kaiserslautern. He researches theoretical quantum optics, coherent processes in atoms and other quantum systems, quantum properties of nonlinear optical processes, and quantum information processing with photons and ensembles.
Lance FortnowGeorgia Tech College of ComputinglinkHe is a Professor at Georgia Tech College of Computing, he mainly researches on computational complexity and its applications to economic theory.
Michael FreedmanUniversity of CalifornialinkHe is a Mathematician in a research group at the University of California called Microsoft Station Q since 2008.
Mark FriesenUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonlinkHe is in the Physics Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and he is researching Silicon quantum computing and quantum computing architectures and algorithms.
Christopher FuchsUniversity of Massachusetts BostonlinkHe is a Professor of Physics in the College of Science and Mathematics. He wrote Coming of Age with Quantum Information in 2011 and My Struggles with the Block Universe in 2014.
Peter GácsBoston UniversitylinkHe is a Professor in the Computer Science Department at Boston University. He researches Fault-tolerant cellular automata, algorithmic information theory, computational complexity theory, and quantum information theory.
Ernesto F. GalvãoUniversidade Federal FluminenselinkHe is a theoretical physicist. He researches quantum information, quantum optics, and foundations of quantum mechanics.
Piotr GawronInstitute of Theoretical and Applied InformaticslinkHe studies Quantum information and Computer Science at the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Sciences.
Neil GershenfeldMITlinkHe is a Professor at MIT and the Director of The Center for Bits and Atoms. He researches quantum computations, microfluidic bubble logic, and physical one-way cryptographic functions.
Richard GillLeiden UniversitylinkHe is a Professor at Leiden University, who works in the Mathematics and Natural Sciences Department. He researches foundations of statistics, probability, mathematics, and quantum theory.
Nicolas GisinUniversity of GenevalinkHe is a professor and physicist at the University of Geneva, he teaches quantum information and communication. He started the long distance quantum communication in 1995.
Vittorio GiovannettiScuola Normale SuperiorelinkHe is a Professor and Physicist at Scuola Normale Superiore. He is researching Quantum Information and Quantum Optics.
Jeffrey GoldstoneMIT Center for Theoretical PhysicslinkHe is a theoretical physicist and a faculty member at MIT Center for Theoretical Physics. He discovered the Nambu-Goldstone boson, and researches quantum computation.
Jeroen van de GraafUniversite de MontreallinkHe is a Professor at the Universite de Montreal.
Frederic GreenClark UniversitylinkHe is a Professor at Clark University in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. He researches Theory of Computation, Circuit Complexity, Computational Complexity, Quantum Computation, and Theoretical and Computational Physics.
Lov GroverBell LaboratorieslinkHe is a Computer Scientist who originated the Grover database search algorithm used in quantum computing.
Samuel GutmannNortheastern UniversitylinkSamuel Gutmann is a Professor at Northeastern University who studies quantum adiabatic algorithms and quantum walks.
Christopher HadleyDunnhumbylinkHe is a Senior Data Scientist at Dunnhumby. He received his PhD in quantum computing at UCL and his undergraduate degree in physics at Oxford.
Sean HallgrenThe Pennsylvania State UniversitylinkHallgren is a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, before this experience he was a Senior Researcher and Head of the Quantum Information Technology group at NEC Laboratories.
Rasmus Hvass HansenUniversity of CopenhagenlinkHe is a MR Physicist at University of Copenhagen Herlev Hospital. He studies quantum mechanics and neuroimaging.
Yorick HardyUniversity of the WitwatersrandlinkHe is an Associate Professor in the School of Mathematics at the University of the Witwatersrand and he has published more than 50 books.
Aram HarrowMITlinkHe is a Professor of Physics in the Center for Theoretical Physics. He researches quantum algorithms, information and complexity theory, representation theory, and optimization.
Nathan L. HarshmanAarhus UniversitylinkHe studies theoretical nuclear physics and particle physics, but more recently he’s has been studying quantum physics.
Tim HavelMITlinkHe is a researcher of Mechanical Engineering at MIT. He studies Nanotechnology, Computational chemistry and scientific computing, and management of challenging long-term R & D projects.
Mark HilleryHunter CollegelinkHe is a Professor at Hunter College, where he works in the Department of Physics. He is apart of the fellow optical society of America and fellow American physical society.
Tad HoggStanford UniversitylinkHe researches chaos in quantum mechanics and parallel computer systems. He has also worked on Social Computing and Information, Quantum Systems, and Internet Ecologies and Dynamics of Computation.
Alexander HolevoSteklov Mathematical InstitutelinkHolevo does research on the mathematical foundations of quantum theory, quantum statistics, and quantum information theory.
Steve HomerBoston UniversitylinkHe is a Professor of Computer Science at Boston University, he is also a member of RISCS. He researches theoretical computer science, complexity theory, quantum computing, learning theory, and paralle and probabilistic algorithms.
Peter HøyerUniversity of CalgarylinkHe is a Professor at the University of Calgary teaching quantum computing and theoretical computer science. He is researching quantum computing, algorithmic, complexity theory, communication complexity, cryptography, probabilistic arguments, data structures, simulations, and machine learning.
Richard HughesLos Alamos National LaboratorylinkHe is a quantum information physicist that researches quantum cryptography, and works with the quantum computing teams.
Lawrence IpGooglelinkWhen he completed his PhD, he completed it with Umesh Vazirani and they studied theoretical computer science, in quantum computation. He also researches coding theory and information theory.
Aurelian IsarUniversity of BucharestlinkHe is a Professor in the Department of Theoretical Physics, National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering. He researches quantum dissipation, open quantum systems, and dissipative tunneling in open quantum systems.
Jonathan JonesUniversity of OxfordlinkHe is a Professor of Physics that studies quantum algorithm’s at the University of Oxford. He works within the Department of Atomic and Laser Physics on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR).
Gregg JaegerBoston UniversitylinkHe teaches quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, quantum information, statistics, mathematics, and the history and philosophy of physics at Boston University.
Iordan KerenidisIRIFlinkHe is a Senior Research at Algorithims and Complexity Group at LIAFA. He researches Quantum Computation and Complexity Theory.
Myungshik KimImperial College LondonlinkMyungshik researches quantum optics and quantum information theory and is a professor at Imperial College London in the Department of Physics.
Alexei KitaevInstitute for Quantum Information and MatterlinkHe is a theoretical physicist at IQIM who researches mathematics, he also researches encoding of quantum information.
Peter KnightImperial College LondonlinkKnight is a professor who teaches quantum optics at the Imperial College London. He was President of the Institution of Physics from 2011 to 2013.
Emanuel KnillCenter for Theory of Quantum MatterlinkKnill researches developing and applying mathematical and physical tools to understand the limitation of processing resources, he also researches information theory, probability theory, and theory of computation.
Dennis KretschmannBoehmert and BoehmertlinkHe is an attorney who focuses on the development and management of patent portfolios in the areas of physics, optics, electrical engineering, IT, and software.
Greg KuperbergUniversity of CalifornialinkHe is a Professor at the University of California in the Mathematics Department. He researches Quantum algebra, geometric topology, quantum information theory, convex geometry, and combinatorics.
Christian KurtsieferCentre for Quantum TechnologieslinkHe is a Professor in the Quantum Optics section of Centre for Quantum Technologies, he researches experimental Quantum Information and Communications, Single Photon Technologies, and Atom-Light Interaction.
Paul KwiatUniversity of IllinoislinkHe is a Professor the University of Illinois and he researches Quantum Optics and Quantum Information, Photonic Quantum Information Systems, and Hyper-entanglement for Advanced Quantum Communication.
Antia Lamas-LinaresTexas Advanced Computing CenterlinkShe works specifically focused on quantum optics implementations of quantum information protocols, foundations of physics, and security vulnerabilities of practical implementations of quantum cryptography.
Andrew LandahlUniversity of New MexicolinkHe is a Research Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico, he researches Quantum Information and quantum computation; specifically algorithms, error-correction, fault-tolerance, control, and computing architectures.
Sophie LaplanteInstitut de Recherche en Informatique FondamentalelinkShe researches Classical and quantum computational complexity theory, quantum nonlocality and its applications to computational complexity, including query and communication complexity.
Troy LeeCentre for Quantum TechnologieslinkHe is a Principal Investigator who works in theoretical computer science, he works with computational complexity.
Lev LevitinBoston UniversitylinkHe is a Distinguished Professor in the Division of Systems Engineering. He researches Information theory, Physics of communication and computing, Complex and organized systems, Quantum theory of measurement, Reliable communication and computing, and Bioinformatics.
Maciej LewensteinThe Institute of Photonic ScienceslinkHe is a theoretical physicist and professor at The Institute of Photonic Sciences. He researches Bose-Einstein condensation, quantum dynamics of degenerate gases, and laser induced condensation.
Daniel LidarUniversity of Southern CalifornialinkHe is the Professor of Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Chemistry, and Physics. He mainly researches quantum information processing and quantum control.
Elliott LiebPrinceton UniversitylinkHe is a Professor of Mathematics and Higgins Professor of Physics. His main research is the quantum and classical many-body problem, and the stability of matter.
Göran LindbladAlbaNova UniversitylinkHe is a theoretical physicist and a Professor at the AlbaNova University.
Noah LindenUniversity of BristollinkHe is a professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Bristol, and researches Quantum Information.
Seth LloydMITlinkIs a Professor at MIT and researches Quantum Information, Quantum control and measurement, and complex systems.
Hoi-Kwong LoUniversity of TorontolinkHe is a Professor at the University of Toronto in the Center for Quantum Information and Quantum Control, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Department of Physics.
Samuel LomonacoUMBClinkHe is a Professor at UMBC in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. He researches Quantum computation, algebraic coding theory, cryptography, and algorithms.
Mikhail LukinHarvard UniversitylinkHe is a professor at Harvard University. He is also a theoretical and experimental physicist who studies quantum computing.
Hideo MabuchiStanford UniversitylinkHe is a Professor at Stanford that specializes in Applied Physics, he is also a physicist. He has won many awards such as the Young Innovator and Sloan Research Fellowship.
Frédéric MagniezIRIFlinkHe is the Director of IRIF and researches Quantum computing, specifically algorithms, self-testing, and cryptography.
Vadim MakarovQuantum Hacking LablinkHe is the chief scientist of Quantum Hacking Lab. He researches quantum hacking, quantum cryptography, quantum communications, and single photon detectors.
Keiji MatsumotoNational Institute of InformaticslinkHe is the Professor of Priciples of Informatics Research Division at the National Institute of Informatics. He also researches Quantum Information.
Norman MargolusMITlinkHe is a computer scientist and a physicist. He is better known for the cellular automata and reversible computing. He was one of the organizers of a seminal research meeting on the connections between physics and computation theory.
Michael Mc GettrickNUI GalwaylinkHe is a Professor at NUI Galway. He is researching Quantum Computation and Quantum Information. Computer Algebra, and Tropical Geometry.
David MerminCornell UniversitylinkHe is a physicist that is known for Mermin-Wagner theorem. He researches quantum mechanics and quantum information science.
David MeyerUC San DiegolinkHe is a professor at UC San Diego in Mathematics, he researches Mathematical Physics, quantum information processing, topological data analysis and network analysis.
Alan MigdallNISTlinkHe leads the Quantum Optics Group in NIST. He founded the Single Photon Workshop in 2003.
Gerard MilburnAustralian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum SystemslinkHe is a theoretical quantum physicist that has worked on quantum feedback control, quantum measurements, quantum information, and linear optical quantum computing.
Cris MooreSanta Fe InstitutelinkHe is a computer scientist, mathematician, and physicist who is now at the Santa Fe Institute. Previously he was a Professor at the University of New Mexico.
Giovanna MorigiUniversität des SaarlandeslinkProfessor of Physics at Universität des Saarlandes, researches Theoretical physics, specifically, Atomic, molecular and optical physics, Quantum and Nonlinear Optics, Statistical Physics of photonic systems.
Klaus MølmerAarhus UniversitylinkHe works for the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Aarhus University. He researches Atomic Physics, Quantum Computers, and Quantum Mechanics.
Tal MorTechnionlinkWorks in the Computer Science Department at Technion. He researches Quantum Information Processing.
Michael NielsenY Combinator ResearchlinkHe is a scientist who has written books about Quantum Physics, including Quantum Computation and Quantum Information and Reinventing Discovery.
Noam NisanHebrew University of JerusalemlinkHe is a Professor of Computer Science and is the head of the Internet-and-Society program. He studies Computer Science, game Theory, and Economics. He is known for his research in computational complexity theory.
Kevin ObenlandMIT Lincoln LaboratorylinkHe is Senior Technical Staff at MIT Lincoln Laboratory who studies the practical implementation of a quantum computer and quantum operations.
Jeremy O’BrienUniversity of BristollinkHe is a Professor in Phusics and Electrical Engineering at University of Bristol where he is also the director of the Centre for Quantum Photonics.
Yuri OzhigovMoscow State UniversitylinkHe is a Professor at Moscow State University, chair of super computers and quantum informatics.
Mauro PaternostroQueens University BelfastlinkHe is a professor at the School of Mathematics and Physics who has received multiple rewards such as EPSRC Career Acceleration Fellowship.
Arun K PatiZhejiang UniversitylinkHe is a physicist who researches quantum information and computation, he is most know for his contributions in the area of quantum information.
Juan Pablo PazUniversity of Buenos AireslinkHe is a physicist that researches quantum computing, quantum theory of correction, and chaos theory.
Ian PercivalUniversity of LondonlinkHe is a theoretical physicist and a Professor at the University of London. He is known for his suggestion about the existence of a different type of spectra of quantum-mechanical systems due to classical chaos.
Simon PerdrixLorialinkPerdrix is a researcher at Loria, Carte team who researches Quantum Computing.
Asher PeresDeceasedlinkPeres was a physicist and was well known in the Quantum Theory world. He also was known for making the connection between quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity.
Dénes PetzBudapest UniversitylinkHe is researching Quantum Entropy, Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Theory, and the Wigner theorem. He is a Professor at the Budapest University.
Andreas WinterUniversitat Autònoma de BarcelonalinkAndreas is a mathematician and physicist who researches quantum information theory and theory of quantum entanglement.
Pawel WocjanUniversity of Central FloridalinkHe is an Associate Professor of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He researches Quantum Algorithms, Quantum Information Theory, and Graph Theory. He has also won two research awards; the NSF Career Award, and the UCF Research Incentive Award.
Stefan WolfUnIversita della Svlzzera ItallanalinkWolf is a professor in Informatics. He researches cryptography, information theory, and quantum information processing.
William WoottersWilliams CollegelinkWootters is one of the physicists that founded the field of quantum information theory. He is known for his contributions to the theory of quantum entanglement.
Lian-Ao WuIkerbasquelinkHe is a Research Professor at Ikerbasque at the Department of Theoretical Physics, who researches quantum control, quantum computation and quantum information, and quantum devices.
Tomoyuki YamakamiUniversity of FukuilinkHe is a Professor of Information Science who does research in the foundations of mathematics and complexity theory.
Andrew YaoTsinghua UniversitylinkHe is the Dean at Tsinghua University as well as a professor, computer scientist, and computational theorist. He is most known for using the minimax theorem to prove Yao’s Principle.
Anton ZeilingerUniversity of ViennalinkHe is a Professor at the University of Vienna, as well as a quantum physicist who was rewarded the Inaugural Isaac newton Medal for his contributions to the foundations of quantum physics.
Peter ZollerUniversity of InnsbrucklinkZoller is a Professor at the University of Innsbruck who researches atomic physics, theoretical quantum optics, and many-body quantum physics.
Wojciech ZurekLos Alamos National LaboratorylinkHe is a theoretical physicist who researches quantum theory, decoherence, physics of quantum and classical information, and non-equilibrium dynamics of defect generation.
Marek ŻukowskiUniversity of GdańsklinkHe is a Lecturer at the University of Gdansk, and a theoretical physicist. He researches quantum mechanics, including Bell’s theorem and quantum interferometry.
Karol ŻyczkowskiJagiellonian UniversitylinkHe is a Professor, Physicist, and Mathematician of physics. He researched quantum chaos, quantum measurement, entropy, and entanglement.
Salvador Venegas-AndracaTecnologico de MonterreylinkHe is a Professor and Scientist at Tecnologico de Monterrey. He researches quantum walks, quantum algorithms, classical and quantum image processing, and classical and quantum pattern recognition.
Jian-Wei PanUniversity of Science and Technology of ChinalinkHe is a quantum physicist that is known for his contributions to quantum entanglement.
Sergey KulikMoscow State UniversitylinkHe is a professor at the Faculty of Physics at Moscow State University. He has organized several international workshops on quantum information science. He researches experimental quantum optics and quantum information processing with multidimensional systems and application of entangled states to spectroscopy.
Pablo ArrighiAix-Marseille UniversitylinkHe is a professor of the Informatics and Interactions department. He researches Quantum Cellular Automata, Causal Graph Dynamics, and Free software development.
Dave BaconGooglelinkHe is a Staff Software Engineer at Google, who studies software engineering, quantum computing, quantum software, innovation research, and technical management.
Steve BartlettThe University of SydneylinkHe is a Professor at The University of Sydney who teaches physics. He researches quantum mechanics, string theory, exotic quantum materials, and the mathematics of topology.
Alexandre BlaisUniversité de SherbrookelinkHe is a Professor of theoretical physics in the Department of Physics. He researches nanophysics and quantum optics.
Todd BrunUniversity of Southern CalifornialinkHe is a Professor at the University of Southern California, he researches Quantum Information Science and Technology.
Dagmar BrußInstitut für Theoretische PhysiklinkShe researches Quantum Information, Quantum Optics, Foundation of Quantum Mechanics, and Quantum Information Theory; has written books about it.
Francesco BuscemiNagoya UniversitylinkHe is a Professor at Nagoya University. He researches quantum information theory, quantum measurement theory, quantum entanglement, and quantum foundations.
Vladimir BuzekThe Academy of EuropelinkHe is a Researcher of Physics, who does research in Quantum Information Processing, Quantum Optics, Quantum Cryptography, and Foundations of Quantum Theory.
Carlton CavesUniversity of New MexicolinkHe is a Professor in Physics and Astronomy, he researches quantum information theory; quantum chaos, and quantum optics.
David CollinsColorado Mesa UniversitylinkHe is a Professor of Physics, Intermediate Laboratory, Fundamental Mechanics, Electromagnetic Theory, and many more. He Researches quantum computing and quantum information.
Alejandro Díaz-CaroConicetlinkHe is an Investigador Asistente, who does research of Theory of Computation and Quantum Computing.
Christoph DürrUniversité Pierre et Marie CurielinkHe is a Researcher who used to research cellular automata, discrete tomography, quantum computing.
Jürgen EschnerUniversität Des SaarlandeslinkHe is a Professor at Universität Des Saarlandes and he is apart of a Quantum Photonics group through the Saarlandes.
Torsten FranzAuthorlinkHe is an author who has written multiple articles about Quantum Physics.
Geza TothIkerbasquelinkToth is a Professor at Ikerbasque and researches quantum information, quantum optics, and quantum metrology.
Markus GrasslInstitut für die Physik des LichtslinkHe researches Coding Theory, Quantum Computing, and Multi-Photon States with Minimal Polarization.
Richard JozsaUniversity of CambridgelinkHe is a mathematician who researches quantum information science. He helped write Deutsch-Jozsa quantum algorithm, and helped invent quantum teleportation.
Sabre KaisPurdue SciencelinkHe is a Professor at Purdue Science in the Physical/Theoretical and Computer Science Department. He researches quantum computation and quantum information.
Anders KarlssonElsevierlinkHe is the Vice President of Global Strategic Networks at Elsevier, he was the Professor of Quantum Photonics from 1987 to 2011.
Marek KarpinskiUniversity of BonnlinkHe is a computer scientist and mathematician who reached the theory of algorithms, combinatorial optimization, and mathematical foundations.
Alastair KayUniversity of LondonlinkHe is a lecturer at Royal Holloway through the University of London, he is a theoretical quantum physicist and mathematician researching quantum computers.
Kiran KedlayaUniversity of CalifornialinkHe is a professor at the University of California for Mathematics. He was also on the show Jeopardy for one episode.
Julia KempeParis Diderot UniversitylinkShe is a researcher and professor of Computer Science. She has won many awards such as the bronze medal of CNRS and the Irene Joliot-Curie Prize.