I am a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Waterloo (Department of Physics & Astronomy), working with Roger Melko.
During my PhD at Heidelberg University I gathered experience in simulating quantum many-body systems with artificial neural networks. I focused on connecting these simulations with spiking neuromorphic hardware, aiming for fast and energy-efficient simulations of quantum systems.
I continue working on applications of ANN methods in quantum physics, collaborating with the Perimeter Institute Quantum Intelligence Lab (PIQuIL). A special interest lies in implementing such methods on small and energy-efficient neuromorphic devices.