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Daniel Manzano Diosdado

SUTD-MIT Postdoc Fellow


Pillar / Cluster: Engineering Product Development

MIT Advisors: Jinshu Cao
SUTD Advisor:  Elica Kyoseva


Ph. D in Quantum Physics and Quantum Information at the University of Granada (Spain), in 2010, with a thesis entitled “Information and Entanglement
Measures in Quantum Systems With Applications to Atomic Physics” and supervised by Jesús S. Dehesa and Ángel R. Plastino.

Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (Innsbruck, Austria) from 2010 to 2013, under the supervision of Hans J. Briegel.

Actual postdoc fellow of the SUTD-MIT program, supervised by Jianshu Cao (MIT) jointly with Elica Kyoseva (SUTD).

Research Areas

  • Quantum effects in biological systems
  • Quantum transport
  • Non-equilibrium quantum systems
  • Quantum computing and learning
  • Complexities measures in quantum systems
  • Entanglement in fermionic systems

Selected Publications

  1. Quantum transport in quantum networks and photosynthetic complexes at the steady state
    D. Manzano. Plos One 8(2) e57041 (2013).
  2. Quantum transport efficiency and Fourier’s law
    D. Manzano, M. Tiersch, A. Assadian and H.J. Briegel
    Physical Review E, 86 061118 (2012).
  3. Quantum entanglement in two-electron atomic models
    D. Manzano, A.R. Plastino, J.S. Dehesa and T. Koga. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical, 43 (2010) 275301.
  4. The speed of quantum and classical learning for performing the k-th root of NOT.
    Daniel Manzano, Marcin Pawlowski, Caslav Brukner. New Journal of Physics, 11 (2009) 113018. Chosen for IOP Select.
  5. Separability Criteria and Entanglement Measures for Pure States of N Identical Fermions.
    A.R. Plastino, D. Manzano, J.S. Dehesa. EPL (Europhysics Letters), 86 (2009) 20005.