Dr. Arkady Fedorov

Dr. Arkady Fedorov's research focuses on quantum phenomena in systems consisting of superconducting artificial atoms, microwave resonators and mechanical oscillators.

Dr. Fedorov has worked in a variety of roles in the area of quantum physics including working as a theoretical scientist at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, and Dr. Fedorov's has also completed a three-year stint at TU Delft, The Netherlands conducting experiments with superconducting flux qubits. Later on he became a research scientist in ETH Zurich to continue research in the area of superconducting quantum devices.

Qualifications: 
PhD in Physics, Clarkson University, USA
Masters in Physics with Honours, St. Petersburg State University, Russia
Bachelors in Physics with Honours, St. Petersburg State University, Russia
Current Supervision


Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor

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