I use to work on the border between theoretical physics and software development. During my Ph.D. I worked mostly on modeling of quantum transport in mesoscopic systems. In my postdoctoral research I performed realistic simulations of a quantum computations. The thing that unites these positions is that I work closely to applied science projects and use my habits and experience to get insights into cutting-edge experiments in quantum physics.
I am maintaining quantumsim -- Python package for realistic simulations of quantum computations. I like to hack with my PC and learn new things.
In the Quantum Tinkerer group, I am working on IT infrastructure and participating in the development of various research- and education-related projects.
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|Google Scholar:||Viacheslav Ostroukh|
|2019-present:||Research Software Engineer, Quantum Tinkerer group, QuTech, TU Delft|
|2019:||Postdoctoral Researcher, DiCarlo Lab, QuTech, TU Delft|
|2018-2019:||Software Developer, DiCarlo Lab, QuTech, TU Delft|
|2014-2018:||Ph.D. Theoretical Physics, Leiden University (thesis)|
|2012-2014:||Software Engineer, Samsung Ukraine R&D Institute, Kyiv, Ukraine|
|2012-2014:||M.Sc. Theoretical Physics, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv|
|2008-2012:||B.Sc. Theoretical Physics, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv|