I am a postdoctoral fellow at the center for quantum information and quantum control, University of Toronto.
When I was about to finish High school I considered two possible paths for university: Physics and programming (I did not know there was more to computer science). My father’s advice was, once you start a career (i.e writing code for a living) you will not go back to studying physics, so I decided to go for my biggest passion and did not look back. Choosing only one path I don’t know if my father was right, but I think I got the best of both sides since my research is close to the gray area where physics meets computer science. As an added bonus, I also get to have a lot of fun with math.
Here is a short version of my CV.
Department of Physics,
University of Toronto,
60 St George St, Toronto,
ON M5S 1A7, Canada
email: brodutch at physics.utoronto.ca
- 2016-now: CQIQC post doctoral fellow at the University of Toronto.
- 2012-2016: Post doctoral fellow at the Institute for Quantum computing, University of Waterloo.
- 2012: Phd at Macquarie University; Advisor: Daniel R. Terno; Thesis:Locality and the flow of quantum information
- 2008: MSc at Tel Aviv University; Advisor: Lev Vaidman; Thesis: Weak measurements of non-local variables
- 2002: BSc at Tel Aviv University.
A couple of my presentations have been recorded.
- Non-local weak measurements, Perimeter institute 2014.
- Quantum Discord and the Quantum Advantage, Perimeter institute 2011.
In 2014 I gave a short course on weak measurements. Here are the lecture notes.