Physicist Christine Muschik honoured with Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship
Waterloo Assistant Professor Christine Muschik, in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC), was selected as a 2019 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow in Physics.
Muschik is recognized for her research in quantum networks and quantum simulations, including exploration of the quantum simulation of ‘gauge’ theories that describe the interactions of fundamental particles like quarks and gluons. She hopes to turn this theory into technology by developing practical simulation concepts that might soon be realized in the lab, shedding light into the area of high-energy physics.
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