My research has mainly centered around the physical theory of information and the fundamental physical limits of information processing. In the past, I worked as a Research Scientist on the team designing quantum computers at D-Wave systems Inc., I worked as a Research Fellow at Harvard University, as a Lecturer in Mathematics and Physics at St. Peter’s College at the University of Oxford and currently, I lead the Quantum Physics Research Division at the ISI Foundation here in Torino. I’m on the editorial boards of several prominent reserach journals and actively contribute technical blog articles to the Azimuth Project. I am interested in using methods from Mathematics and particularly, techniques developed in quantum theory, to address environmental challenges. I have coauthored two research books on mathematical physics which be found online: Quantum Techniques for Stochastic Mechanics and Lectures on Tensor Network States. My current work focuses on developing new mathematical tools to model systems and towards a unified theory of networks.
Network Theory Part 18, John Baez and Jacob Biamonte, Azimuth blog, 2011.
Network Theory Part 17, John Baez and Jacob Biamonte, Azimuth blog, 2011.
Network Theory Part 7, Azimuth blog, 2011.
Quantum techniques for stochastic mechanics, QIC 890/891 Selected Advanced Topics in Quantum Information, The University of Waterloo, Waterloo Ontario, Canada, (Spring term 2012).
Lectures on Tensor Network States, QIC 890/891 Selected Advanced Topics in Quantum Information, The University of Waterloo, Waterloo Ontario, Canada, (2011).
The following examples illustrate the Anderson-Craciun-Kurz theorem saying that ‘complex balanced’ equilibria of the chemical rate equation give equilibria of the master equation:
I also have other pages in progress:
Jacob Biamonte (homepage)