Todd is a postgraduate student at the University of Sydney currently undertaking a PhD with Associate Professor Michael Biercuk.

His research focuses on the development of novel resource-efficient quantum control techniques aimed at providing error robustness for quantum technologies at the “firmware” level. These protocols will provide a means to protect quantum information against DE coherence-induced errors that arise during the storage and the processing of quantum information.

He hopes to find the development of high-fidelity control systems and effective error suppressing protocols that will contribute to the realization of practical, large-scale quantum technologies.

Qualifications: 
BSc (Hons.), University of Sydney (2012)
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