Mr. Andrés Rosario Hamann
Research student - PhD
Andrés sucessfully completed his thesis on "Rectangular waveguide QED with superconducting qubits" and joind Quantum Device Lab at ETH Zürich as a postdoctoral research fellow.
Andrés started his Physics studies at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), where he received a MSc diploma for theoretical studies on the relationship between entanglement and non-Markovianity. After working on polarimetric measurements on single and entangled photons pairs at the Quantum Optics lab of PUCP, he started a PhD at the SQDlab. His PhD project aims to generate stable entanglement on superconducting quantum circuits. He is currently working on nonreciprocal phenomena in waveguide quantum electrodynamics and optimising the fabrication of superconducting quantum circuits at the SQDlab.