I received my PhD from the Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science at the University of California, Irvine. My dissertation looked at how one can get different models of quantum computing and quantum computational error from different formulations of quantum mechanics. Much of my work focused on the role GRW quantum mechanics’ collapse dynamics can play in quantum computing.
I’m interested in using tools from physics, economics, and computer science to solve problems in a wide range of topics with equally widely ranging importance. I’ve recently started transferring some of my projects to GitHub. Check it out!
Feel free to send me an email at timrschmitz @ gmail . com.
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