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Bauch
519-888-4567 x32250
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MC 6036

Research area: Mathematical Biology

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Sue Ann Campbell
519-888-4567 x35461
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MC 6046

Research area: Dynamical Systems, Neuro-Science

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Joseph Emerson
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QNC 4312

Research area: Mathematical Physics

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Ghazal Geshnizjani
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MC 6449

Research area: Mathematical Physics

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Florian Girelli
519-888-4567 x35453
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MC 6332

Research area: Mathematical Physics

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David Harmsworth
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MC 6441

Lecturer

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Brian Ingalls
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MC 6116

Research area: Mathematical Biology, Control Theory

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Achim Kempf
519-888-4567 x35462
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MC 6332

Research area: Mathematical Physics

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Mohammad Kohandel
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MC 6112

Research area: Mathematical Biology/Medicine

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Lilia Krivodonova
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MC 6106

Research area: Scientific Computing

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Kevin Lamb
519-888-4567 x36246
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MC 6328

Research area: Fluid Mechanics

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Xinzhi Liu
519-888-4567 x36007
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MC 6104

Research area: Control and Dynamical Systems

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Zoran Miskovic
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MC 6128

Research area: Mathematical Physics

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Kirsten Morris
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MC 6126

Research area: Control Theory

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Katerina Papoulia
519-888-4567 x37716
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MC 6419

Research area: Fluid Mechanics

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Francis Poulin
519-888-4567 x32637
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MC 6324

Research area: Fluid Mechanics

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Matthew Scott
519-888-4567 x35454
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MC 6114

Research area: Mathematical Biology

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David Siegel
519-888-4567 x32806
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MC 6034

Research area: Dynamical Systems

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Sivabal Sivaloganathan
519-888-4567 x33248
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MC 6136

Research area: Mathematical Biology/Medicine

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Marek Stastna
519-888-4567 x33529
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MC 6122

Research area: Fluid Mechanics, Computational Mathematics

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Edward Vrscay
519-888-4567 x35455
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MC 6326

Research area: Mathematical Imaging

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Michael Waite
519-888-4567 x35596
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MC 6118

Research area: Fluid Mechanics

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Joe West
519-888-4567 x37207
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MC 6443

Lecturer

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39157
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MC 6524
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Eduardo Martin-Martinez
519-888-4567, ext. 39148
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MC 6451

There is strongly increasing interest in understanding entanglement and quantum communication in curved spacetimes, and in using quantum information techniques to address questions in gravity and quantum field theory. The new and very active field of relativistic quantum information was recently born to address these questions and it is set to continue developing at this fast pace during the next decade due to continued input from Earth-bound and from projected satellite-based experiments on spacetime curvature, gravitational waves and relativistic aspects of quantum entanglement.

Eduardo’s research combine the fields of quantum information science, quantum field theory and general relativity; studying quantum effects induced by gravity from the perspective of quantum information to gain information about the spacetime structure. This approach has a wide range of potential outcomes and applications from quantum computing technology to the basic physics of the question of how the spacetime curvature and quantum theory impact the flow and the processing of information.

Eduardo completed his PhD in Theoretical Physics in 2011 at the UCM (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) with “summa cum laude” and receiving the "2010-2011 extraordinary PhD thesis award". During his PhD period he collaborated with top scientists in relativistic quantum information in Canada, United Kingdom, Austria, Japan and Poland. In 2012 he moved to the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo for his first postdoctoral appointment. In October 2012 he was awarded the prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship. He was also an associate postdoctoral researcher at Perimeter institute.

In 2014 Eduardo was named a Research Assistant Professor at the Institute for Quantum Computing, cross-appointed to the Perimeter Institute. Soon afterward, he was awarded the prestigious John Charles Polanyi Prize for Physics.

In July 2016 Eduardo was appointed Assistant Professor in the department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Waterloo, becoming an IQC Associate and a Perimeter institute Affiliate.

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Sander Rhebergen
(519) 888-4567 ext.39150
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MC 6134

Research area: Scientific Computing

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Jun Liu
519-888-4567 x37550
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MC 6108

Research Area: Control and Dynamical Systems

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