Alicia Kollár

Dr. Alicia Kollár

PhD 2016, Stanford (advisor Benjamin Lev)
Alicia Kollár was a Princeton Materials Science Postdoctoral Fellowship with Andrew Houck from 2017-2019, working on quantum simulation of solid-state physics using circuit QED lattices (hyperbolic and flat-band lattices). She is now an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, where he research will focus on using novel coplanar waveguide lattice techniques and graph theory to design and realize microwave photonic crystals with unusual structures such as gapped flat bands and spatial curvature. She will combine these structures with multimode/waveguide circuit QED to engineer quantum simulators of lattice and spin models.

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