PhD Theses

1. Analog Quantum Simulators for Quantum Advantage and Quantum Machine Learning
Supanut Thanasilp, CQT, NUS (PhD 2022)

2. Towards Quantum Simulation with Interacting Photons in Superconducting Circuits
Jirawat Tangpanitanon, CQT, NUS (PhD 2019)

3. Few-photon Transport in Strongly Interacting Light-matter Systems: A Scattering Approach
See Tian Feng, CQT, NUS (PhD 2019)

4. Quantum Simulations with Photons in One-dimensional Nonlinear Waveguides
Huo Mingxia, CQT, NUS (PhD 2013, co-supervised with L.C. Kwek)

5. Non-equilibrium Strongly-correlated Quantum Dynamics in Photonic Resonator Arrays
Thomas Grujic, Oxford (DPhil 2012, co-supervised with D. Jaksch)

Final year honour theses
1. Hybrid Quantum Classical Algorithms for Optimization and Applications in Finance
Andreas Stratakis, Technical University of Crete (Diploma 2023)

2. Quantum machine learning, applications and implementations in prototype quantum computers
Skordias Themistoklis, Technical University of Crete (Diploma 2022)

3. Analog and Digital Quantum Neural Networks: Basic Concepts and Applications
Antonios Kastellakis, Technical University of Crete (Master 2022)

4. Hybrid Classical – Quantum Machine Learning and Applications
Christos Michalopoulos, Technical University of Crete (Master 2022)

5. Quantum Algorithms for solving Linear Systems of Equations and Implementation in Prototype Quantum Computers
Alexandros Myron Politis, Technical University of Crete (Master 2021)

6. Quantum approximate optimization algorithms and applications
Giannis D. Leonidas, Technical University of Crete (Master 2021)

7. Machine Learning Phases of Matter in Open Quantum Systems
Zejian Li, CQT, NUS (Master 2019)

8. Topologically Protected Transport in One-Dimensional Lattices of the SSH Type
Kurniawan Tjandra, CQT, NUS (Undergraduate 2019)

9. Implementation of Quantum Search Algorithms in Cavity QED
Michael N. Kalogerakis, Technical University of Crete (Master 2013)