Group (here) & Teaching (here)

Group

Member: Quantum Informatics Group, Security & Privacy Group, Quantum Information Scotland QUISCO, QI-LIP6 Paris

Head of Group: Elham Kashefi (Edinburgh & LIP6 Paris)

Some Collaborators: Adrian Kent (Cambridge), Erika Andersson, Gerald Buller (Heriot-Watt), Andrew Daley (Strathclyde), Damian Markham (LIP6 Paris), Fay Dowker (Imperial)

Students:

1. Currently supervising:

Alexandru Gheorghiu (PhD started 2014; co-supervised with Elham Kashefi)

Ellen Derbyshire (PhD started 2017; co-supervised with Elham Kashefi)

 

2. Past students:

Ryan Amiri (PhD completed 2017; co-supervised with Erika Andersson Heriot-Watt)

Iskren Vankov (MInf completed 2017; co-supervised with Elham Kashefi)

Phivos Sofokleous (MPhys completed 2017; co-supervised with Elham Kashefi)

Luka Music (Master completed 2016; co-supervised with Elham Kashefi)

Jonathan Crickmore (PhD started 2015; co-supervised with Erika Andersson -- Heriot-Watt)

Epistimi Epitideiou (Master completed 2013; co-supervised with Aristidis Arageorgis -- NTUA)

Leonardo Disilvestro (PhD completed 2017; joint project, supervised by Damian Markham -- LIP6 Paris)

 

3. Currently involved in joint projects:

Alexandru Cojocaru (PhD started 2016; supervisor Elham Kashefi)

Daniel Mills (PhD started 2015; supervisor Elham Kashefi)

Luka Music (PhD started 2016; supervisor Elham Kashefi)

Teaching

Currently (since 2014):

- Introduction to Quantum Computing (4th Year Undergraduate Course at The University of Edinburgh) link

Past:

- Mathematics I, Mathematics II, Probabilities & Statistics, Linear Algebra,
School of Technological Applications, Technological Educational Institute of Chalkida (Main Lecturer, 2009 - 2011)
- Physics I, School of Technological Applications, Technological Educational Institute of Chalkida (Main Lecturer, 2011 - 2013)
- Introduction to Computing, "Mathematica", School of Technological Applications, Technological Educational Institute of Chalkida (Main Lecturer, 2009 - 2011)
- Mathematical Analysis, General Mathematics, General Physics, Department of Physics, Imperial College (Teaching Assistant, 2003 - 2006)