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Cum laude physicist Tom O’Brien to research quantum chemistry by quantum computers
With defending his thesis ‘Applications of topology to Weyl semimetals and quantum computing’, the Leiden theoretical physicist Tom O'Brien has gained the rare 'cum laude' qualification. The freshly minted PhD has started a five year research programme on quantum algorithms for quantum chemistry, funded…

Signatures of Majorana zeromodes in nanowires, quantum spin Hall edges, and quantum dots
Promotor: C.W.J. Beenakker, Copromotor: M.T. Wimmer

Integer and fractional quantum hall effects in lattice magnets
Promotor: Prof.dr.ir. J.W.M. Hilgenkamp, Prof.dr. J. van den Brink

Algorithmic tools for dataoriented law enforcement
Promotor: J.N. Kok, Copromotor: W.A. Kosters

Algorithms for the description of molecular sequences
Promotor: J.N. Kok, P.E. Slagboom Copromotor: J.F.J. Laros

PhD candidate  quantum & society: empirical outreach on quantum science and technology for communication and attitude measurements
Science

Julia Cramer Group (Quantum and Society Lab)
The research group ‘Quantum and Society’ explores the boundary between quantum technology and science communication.

Seeking the boundaries of quantum mechanics
Bouwmeester

Jan Zaanen Group (Quantum Matter Theory)
The focus of our theoretical physics research is the nature of macroscopic matter that is in one or the other way still in the grip of quantum physics.

Research in Physics, Classical/Quantum Information (MSc)
This master’s programme combines Physics with Data Science. You will learn how physics has its own tricks to deal with big data and how techniques from machine learning and deep learning can be applied to classical and quantum data. The first focus of attention is on classical data, including data mining,…

The Netherlands as an international centre for quantum technology
State secretary Mona Keijzer received the National Agenda on Quantum Technology from Robbert Dijkgraaf on 16 September. With this agenda, Dutch knowledge institutes and hightech companies identify what is needed to maintain and strengthen the Dutch pioneering role in this area. Researchers from Leiden…

Michiel de Dood Lab (Quantum Detection)
Our group explores the larger domain of quantum measurement. In particular we investigate two themes that are closely connected: The detection of specially prepared quantum states of light and understanding and characterizing quantum photon detectors.

Milan Allan Lab (Understanding Quantum Matter)
We are a dynamic research group at the Leiden Institute of Physics. Our aim is to explore and understand quantum materials, including strange metals, hightemperature superconductors, and quantum critical electron matter.

On continued fraction algorithms
Promotor: Robert Tijdeman, Copromotor: Cornelis Kraaikamp

Modular curves, Arakelov theory, algorithmic applications
Promotor: S.J. Edixhoven, Copromotor: R.S. de Jong

Algorithm for Structural Variant Detection
Structural variants (SVs) are the hidden architecture of the human genome, and are critical for us to understand diseases, evolution, and so on.

Nuclear Quantum Effects in Solid Water
Ice, the solid state of water, plays an important role on our planet as well as the entire universe.Despite the fact that an individual water molecule has a very simple structure, its chemical bonding in the solid phase can be surprisingly complex.

Novel detectors and algorithms for electron nanocrystallography
Promotor: Prof.dr. J.P. Abrahams, Prof.dr. M. van Heel
 Gendering Algorithms for AI Governance

Young talent: quantum scientist receives Young Scientist Prize
Only 35 years old and already a research group leader, on his way to tenure. And: numerous papers, grants and fellowships to his name. Leiden physicist Jordi Tura i Brugués receives today the Young Scientist Prize for his outstanding contributions to quantum research.

Algorithms for analyzing and mining realworld graphs
Promotor: Prof.dr. J.N. Kok, CoPromotor: W.A. Kosters

From Big Bang to algorithm
Smart algorithms and powerful processors are just as essential for astronomy as big telescopes. Astronomers at Leiden University therefore constantly operate at the interface between astronomy and data science.

Optimization of quantum algorithms for nearterm quantum computers
PhD defence

Research in Physics, Quantum Matter and Optics (MSc)
The master’s specialisation Research in Physics, Quantum Matter and Optics at Leiden University offers a thorough experience on the front line of physics research with a practical training of communicative and computer skills. The programme focuses on Condensed Matter problems, such as Molecular Electronics,…

Network flow algorithms for discrete tomography
Promotor: R. Tijdeman, Copromotor: H.J.J. te Riele

Artifical intelligence gets a boost from quantum computing
Machine learning  on classical computers has made great progress in the past five years. Computer translation of speech and text is just one example. In Leiden, some researchers expect that machine learning, empowered by quantum systems, even if they only contain a few dozen qubits, can lead to a…

Applied String Theory: Explaining Quantum Matter with Black Holes
Schalm

8 Postdoctoral fellows in Stochastics and Algorithmics (COFUND)
Science

Theory
Many important topics in computer science, such as the correctness of software, the efficiency of algorithms and the modeling of complicated systems, depend on sound theoretical underpinnings. In the Theory group, we study these fundamental building blocks and develop verification methods to prove system…

Quantum critical metals at vanishing fermion flavor number
Quantum critical metals at vanishing fermion flavor number.

Automated Design and Analysis of Algorithms
The Automated Design and Analysis of Algorithms (ADA) research group pursues the development of Artificial Intelligence techniques that complement, rather than replace, human intelligence.

Tjerk Oosterkamp Lab (Microscopy and Quantum Mechanics at milliKelvin temperatures)
We explore the possibilities to combine magnetic resonance techniques with atomic force microscopy together in a single microscope: the MRIAFM, also called Magnetic Resonance Force Microscopy (MRFM).

Probing quantum materials with novel scanning tunneling microscopy techniques
This thesis described the development of novel scanning tunneling microscopy techniques to investigate strongly correlated electronic states in quantum matter.

Advances in computational methods for Quantum Field Theory calculations
In this work we describe three methods to improve the performance of Quantum Field Theory calculations.

Wolfgang Löffler Lab (Solid State and High Dimensional Quantum Optics)
Advancing the understanding of the interaction of light and matter on the singlequantum level is important for nearfuture quantum technologies but also to answer fundamental questions.

SparsityBased Algorithms for Inverse Problems
Inverse problems are problems where we want to estimate the values of certain parameters of a system given observations of the system. Such problems occur in several areas of science and engineering. Inverse problems are often illposed, which means that the observations of the system do not uniquely…

Theory
Many important topics in computer science, such as the correctness of software, the efficiency of algorithms and the modeling of complicated systems, depend on sound theoretical underpinnings. In the Theory group, we study these fundamental building blocks and develop verification methods to prove system…

Data mining and algorithm development
Due to the modern techniques of combinatorial chemistry and highthroughput screening, data on the biological activity of many millions of compounds is known. However, it is still very difficult to transfer this data into knowledge: if we know that compounds A and B bind to a certain protein with high…

Cavity quantum electrodynamics with rareearth ions in solids
Promotor: Prof.dr. D. Bouwmeester, CoPromotor: M.J.A. de Dood

The future of quantum
What does the future of quantum look like? Vedran Dunjko (Assistant professor at LIACS and LION) is cofounder of the applied quantum algorithms (aQa) leiden interdepartmental initiative research that will investigate this. They are part of the Quantum Delta NL consortium that was recently awarded substantial…

TwoProver BitCommitments: Classical, Quantum and NonSignaling
This thesis considers multiprover commitment schemes whose security is based on restrictions on the communication between the provers.

Tenure track faculty position in experimental quantum matter and optics
Science, Leiden Institute of Physics (LION)

Tenure track faculty position in experimental quantum matter and optics
Science, Leiden Institute of Physics (LION)

2 PhD Positions // Quantum transport in van der Waals heterostructures
Science, Leiden Institute of Physics (LION)

Consortium puts Quantum Computer in the cloud
The quantum computer is on its way, but is society ready for it? Quantum computers have a reputation of being difficult to grasp because of their complexity. This limits society’s ability to envision future applications creating a gap between society and quantum computers. A consortium of 14 knowledge…

Stable single molecules for quantum optics and alloptical switches
Promotor: Prof.dr. M.A.G.J. Orrit

Towards relevant quantum computers
Can we use quantum computers in a way that is also relevant to society? With the help of a 2millioneuro NWA grant, Leiden University will work with partners such as Surf, Google and Volkswagen to demonstrate that quantum computers are also of value outside the lab.

Elise Dusseldorp: ‘Algorithms can see whom a treatment will work for’
Imagine how much time, money and discomfort it would save: a personalised treatment for each individual patient. Precision medicine like this is coming ever closer, thanks in part to Elise Dusseldorp’s algorithms. They retrieve a wealth of information from research data.

Sense Jan van der Molen Lab (Physics of Quantum Materials)
In our lab, we investigate the physics and material properties of lowdimensional systems.

System Verification Lab (SVL)
The correctness of computational systems is of great importance to our society, since it becomes ever more reliant on the benefits of computing.