Romain is a postgraduate student at the University of Western Australia. He is currently undertaking his PhD under the supervision of Professor Michael Tobar. 

His project aims to increase the sensitivity and performance of readout systems in the field of frequency metrology. 

Romain hopes to provide a snapshot of gaps in current research within three broad themes, including: the intrinsic noise properties of a range of active devices; techniques for materials characterisation; and, the measurement and design of systems in relation to the control and readout of quantum bits.

Qualifications: 
Master of Science, Université de Limoges, France (2009)
Bachelor of Science, Université de Limoges, France (2007)

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