about me

I am an FWF Erwin-Schrödinger Postdoctorial Fellow in the group of Alan Aspuru-Guzik at University of Toronto and Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence. Before that I was doing my PhD (and 1year Postdoc) in Anton Zeilinger’s group in Vienna.

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I am excited about the potential of artificial intelligence-inspired and -augmented science, and how we can use algorithms in a more “creative” way. To make progress, I believe it will be important to learn what humans mean by crucial scientific concepts such as surprising, creativity or understanding. I have created AIs for designing quantum experiments (several actually build in labs) and inspiring novel ideas for quantum technologies. Right now I merge these insights with developments in the field of material science, chemistry and quanutm computing. I also develope semantic network of science, and use machine learning technique to predict future developments and inspire new research directions. Ultimately, I want to create algorithms which helps us to uncover secrets of the Universe.

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Professional Experience

  • since 01.2019: Postdoctoral Fellow (group of Alan Aspuru-Guzik)
    • University of Toronto (Department of Chemistry & Computer Science), Canada.
    • Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Toronto, Canada.
  • 12.2017-12.2018: Postdoctoral Fellow (group of Anton Zeilinger)
    • University of Vienna (Faculty of Physics), Austria.
    • Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI) Vienna, Austria.
  • 10.2012 – 11.2017: Graduate research assistant (group of Anton Zeilinger)
    • University of Vienna (Faculty of Physics), Austria.
    • Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information (IQOQI) Vienna, Austria.

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