M.Sc Student David Gayowsky
Areas of interest:
Advanced Research Complex ARC
25 Templeton Street,
Ottawa, ON, Canada.
- Kitaev chains with majorana excitations for use in quantum computing.
- Machine learning approaches to correlated electron systems.
- "Intermediate Band Mobility Requirements in Intermediate Band Solar Cells", A. Stolow, D. J. Gayowsky, M. M. Wilkins, J. J. Krich. Forthcoming in 47th IEEE Photovoltaic Conference Specialists Proceedings (2020).
- 2016 - 2020: Honours B.Sc. with a Specialization in Physics and a Minor in Mathematics, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada.
Thesis Title: "Device Modelling of Intermediate Band Solar Cells"
Supervisor: Dr. Jacob Krich
- 2020 - Present: M.Sc. Physics, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada.
Thesis Title: Majorana Fermions in Synthetic Quasi-One-Dimensional Systems – AI and Quantum Computer Driven Simulation Tools.
Supervisor: Prof. Pawel Hawrylak.
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