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    • Applications of the Quantum Kernel Method on a Superconducting Quantum Processor 

      Peters, Evan (University of Waterloo, 2020-05-29)
      The widespread benefits of classical machine learning along with promised speedups by quantum algorithms over their best performing classical counterparts have motivated development of quantum machine learning algorithms ...
    • New Aspects of Quantum Interactions: Acceleration-Induced Transparency, Newton’s Cradle Spectra, Superoscillations 

      Šoda, Barbara (University of Waterloo, 2023-01-12)
      We present new results on different aspects of quantum interactions, from new phenomena to new mathematical tools. First, two new phenomena of light-matter interactions are presented: the stimulated Unruh effect and ...
    • Novel Heat-Bath Algorithmic Cooling methods 

      Rodríguez-Briones, Nayeli Azucena (University of Waterloo, 2020-08-20)
      The field of quantum information has inspired new methods for cooling physical systems at the quantum scale by manipulating entropy in an algorithmic way, such as heat-bath algorithmic cooling (HBAC). These methods not ...
    • An Operational Road towards Understanding Causal Indefiniteness within Post-Quantum Theories 

      Sakharwade, Nitica (University of Waterloo, 2022-01-07)
      A theory, whatever it does, must correlate data. We commit ourselves to operational methodology, as a means towards studying the space of Generalised Probability Theories that are compatible with Indefinite Causality. Such ...
    • Standard model physics from abstract mathematical objects? 

      Furey, Nichol (University of Waterloo, 2016-01-22)
      This thesis constitutes a first attempt to derive aspects of standard model particle physics from purely abstract mathematical objects. We begin abstractly with an algebra, and argue that physical concepts such as particles, ...
    • Toward a theory of everything 

      Jia, Ding (University of Waterloo, 2023-08-21)
      A physical theory of everything is supposed to tell us: (1) The dynamical laws for matter and gravity; (2) The boundary condition of the universe; (3) The relation between the theory and experience. I present a personal ...


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