Post Doc Research Fellow
Pillar / Cluster: Engineering Product Development
Tommaso is a theoretical physicist with interests in quantum information and computation theory. He holds a BSc and a MSc from the Universita’ degli studi di Torino, Italy, and a PhD from Macquarie University, Australia. His doctoral research focused on the interplay between the geometry of quantum states and their physical properties, with a particular focus on the topological description of a continuous-variable analog of the surface code. Tommaso joined Prof. Fitzsimons’ group in mid 2014 and his recent research interests include quantum cryptography, entanglement theory and topological quantum computation.
- Geometrical characterisation of quantum states
- Quantum cryptography beyond QKD
- Entanglement and correlations theory
- Relativistic quantum information
- A. Broducth, T.F. Demarie, and D.R. Terno, “Photon Polarization and Geometric Phase in General Relativity”, Phys. Rev. D 84, 104043 (2011)
- D. Rideout, T. Jennewein, G. Amelino-Camelia, T.F. Demarie et al., “Fundamental Quantum Optics Experiments conceivable with Satellites — reaching relativistic distances and velocities”, Class. Quantum Grav. 29, 224011 (2012)
- T.F. Demarie and D.R. Terno, “Entropy and Entanglement in Polymer quantization”, Class. Quantum Grav. 30, 135006 (2013)
- T.F. Demarie, T. Linjordet, N.C. Menicucci, G.K. Brennen, “Detecting Topological Entanglement Entropy in a Lattice of Quantum Harmonic Oscillators”, New J. Phys. 16, 085011 (2014)
- iMQRES scholarship, Macquarie University (2010-2014).
- PGRF research grant, Macquarie University, 2013.
- Best Poster award, Summer School on Quantum Information, Computing and Control, QuICC, Aberystwyth, 2012.