Carolyn Wood

Carolyn is a postgraduate student with Magdalena Zych at the University of Queensland. 

Her research focuses on: exploring causal structure at the interface between quantum mechanics and general relativity; and exploring and furthering understanding of information processing in the context of quantum-and-general relativistic causal structures. 

Carolyn aims to develop novel theoretical tools for describing general-relativistic and quantum causal structures, and to advance our understanding of the ramifications of this notion of causal order for quantum information processing and quantum communication.
 

Qualifications: 
Bachelor of Science (Honours), UQ, 2015; Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Languages and Applied Linguistics, Griffith University, 2008.

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