## Jeffrey M. Epstein | |

I am a theoretical physicist broadly interested in quantum information and quantum computation. At present, I work as a Quantum Applications Engineer at Atom Computing in Berkeley, California, where we are building a quantum computer based on trapped neutral atoms. I'm always happy to talk to anyone interested in quantum information! I received my PhD in physics from UC Berkeley, where I was worked with Professors Kranthi Mandadapu and Birgitta Whaley. Before that, I obtained my masters at Perimeter institute in Waterloo, Ontario and my AB at Harvard College. For more information, please see my CV. Email me at jeffrey@atom-computing.com. | |

## Publications(Google Scholar)## Quantum Information
JME, KB Whaley, J Combes.
J Atalaya, S Zhang, MY Niu, A Babakhani, HCH Chan, JME, KB Whaley.
JME, KB Whaley.
JME, AW Cross, E Magesan, JM Gambetta.
## Active Matter
C Hargus, JME, KK Mandadapu.
C Hargus, K Klymko, JME, KK Mandadapu.
JME, KK Mandadapu.
JME, K Klymko, KK Mandadapu.
## Other
NM Tubman, C Mejuto-Zaera, JME, D Hait, DS Levine, W Huggins, Z Jiang, JR McClean, R Babbush, M Head-Gordon, KB Whaley.
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## NotesTranslation of letter communicating the original paper on the Soret effect Conserved Quantities of the Free Electromagnetic Field Some notes on quantum foundations Quantum search complexity, Grover's algorithm, Elitzur-Vaidman bomb detection — see here for other notes from CS 294 PSI masters essay on magic state computation and the stabilizer formalism Fourier transforms on discrete groups and the QFT |