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Jacob Biamonte

Jacob Biamonte is an American physicist, quantum computer scientist and Associate Professor at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology and Lead of Skoltech’s Deep Quantum Labs.   Biamonte has made several contributions to the theory and implementation of quantum computers.

Biamonte was employed as one of the world’s first quantum software programmers at D-Wave Systems Inc. in Vancouver B.C., Canada.  From this work, he published several celebrated proofs establishing the computational universality of specific quantum many-body ground states used in adiabatic quantum computing. He played a central role in developing aspects of contemporary quantum computing theory, including research recognized as pioneering the emerging field that unites quantum information with complex network theory and machine learning.

Biamonte earned an award winning Doctorate at the University of Oxford and his collective research was recognized in 2013 with the Shapiro Fellowship in Mathematical Physics. He has advised both government agencies and industry and lead several successful interdisciplinary research teams and projects, comprised of students and research staff with backgrounds spanning physics, mathematics and computer science.  He was invited to become a lifelong member of the Foundational Questions Institute (FQXi) and serves on the editorial boards of several journals including NJP.

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Quantum Software
Quantum Machine Learning
Complexity Theory 

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Quantum Machine Learning
Jacob Biamonte, Peter Wittek, Nicola Pancotti, Patrick Rebentrost, Nathan Wiebe and Seth Lloyd
Nature 549, 195-202 (2017) 10.1038/nature23474

Tensor Networks in a Nutshell 
Jacob Biamonte and Ville Bergholm
to appear in Contemporary Physics – arXiv:1708.00006

Topological classification of time-asymmetry in unitary quantum processes
Jacob Biamonte and Jacob Turner
in review (2017) arXiv:1703.02542

Charged String Tensor Networks
Jacob Biamonte
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114:10, 2447 (2017)

Complex Networks: from Classical to Quantum 
Jacob Biamonte, Mauro Faccin and Manlio De Dominico
in review (2017) arXiv:1702.08459

Ksenia Samburskaya
Research Scientist

- Lectures on Quantum Machine Learning