Guillaume Gauthier

Guillaume is a postgraduate student at the University of Queensland current undertaking a PhD under the supervision of postdoctoral research fellow Dr. Tyler Neely. 

His project aim is to progress towards a quantum emulator by controlling and measuring arrays of ultra-cold atoms. 

Guillaume hopes to produce a fully functional quantum emulator through which a full study of quantum percolation of the dual species system between lattice sites will be performed. He also expects to implement a quantum pump. 

BEng, McMaster University, Canada (2014)

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Major funding support

Australian Research Council