Jeffrey M. Epstein

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I am a graduate student in the physics department at UC Berkeley working with Professor Kranthi Mandadapu. My interests include quantum information and computation as well as nonequilibrium statistical mechanics and thermodynamics.

Email me at epstein@berkeley.edu.

Publications

JME, KK Mandadapu. Time reversal symmetry breaking in two-dimensional non-equilibrium viscous fluids. 2019 (arXiv)

NM Tubman, C Mejuto-Zaera, JME, D Hait, DS Levine, W Huggins, Z Jiang, JR McClean, R Babbush, M Head-Gordon, KB Whaley. Postponing the orthogonality catastrophe: efficient state preparation for electronic structure simulations on quantum devices. 2018 (arXiv)

JME, K Klymko, KK Mandadapu. Statistical Mechanics of Transport Processes in Active Fluids II: Equations of Hydrodynamics for Active Brownian Particles. 2018 (arXiv)

JME, KB Whaley. Quantum Speed Limits for Quantum Information Processing Tasks. 2017 (arXiv)

JME, AW Cross, E Magesan, JM Gambetta. Investigating the limits of randomized benchmarking protocols. 2014 (arXiv)

Presentations

Speed Limits for Quantum Control of Local Spin Systems (SQuInT 2017)

Notes

Quantum search complexity, Grover's algorithm, Elitzur-Vaidman bomb detection — see here for other notes from CS 294

Bell’s theorem

PSI masters essay on magic state computation and the stabilizer formalism

Fourier transforms on discrete groups and the QFT