Roberto di Candia
Early Stage Researcher

University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain

Academic Background

I studied physics at the University of Rome „La Sapienza“.  For my master thesis (2011/2012) I worked on a quantum-optical implementation of sequential partial  measurements with Dr. Fabio Sciarrino (La Sapienza). I have just joined the group of Prof. Enrique Solano at UPV/EHU in Bilbao, and now I am going to work theoretically on circuit QED and quantum technologies.

Description of Work

I study superconducting qubits and circuit QED systems in the context of quantum information and quantum simulations. In particular, I am interested in inhomogeneous coupling of multipartite systems.


Parity-dependent State Engineering and Tomography of the Quantum Rabi Model
S. Felicetti, T. Douce, G. Romero, P. Milman, E. Solano

Scalable quantum random-access memory with superconducting circuits
T. H. Kyaw, S. Felicetti, G. Romero, E. Solano, L. C. Kwek
arXiv:1404.5778 – accepted in Sci. Rep

Photon transfer in ultrastrongly coupled three-cavity arrays
S. Felicetti, G. Romero, D. Rossini, R. Fazio, and E. Solano
Phys. Rev. A 89, 013853 (2014)

Dynamical Casimir effect entangles artifical atoms
S. Felicetti, M. Sanz, L. Lamata, G. Romero, G. Johansson, P. Delsing, and E. Solano
Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 093602 (2014)

Testing sequential quantum measurements: how can maximal knowledge be extracted?
E. Nagali, S. Felicetti, P.-L. de Assis, V. D’Ambrosio, R. Filip, F. Sciarrino
arXiv:1110.6392, submitted to Physical Review Letters (2012).