Adjunct Assistant Professor

3343 Atlantic Building

(301) 405-7085

Victor Albert is a physicist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics and the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies. He enjoys pursuing the broad area of quantum science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, with topics ranging from superconducting circuits to molecular physics. Victor received his Ph.D. from Yale in 2017. He was a postdoc at Caltech prior to joining QuICS.

His publications are listed on Google Scholar. More details are available on his website.

“Provably efficient machine learning for quantum many-body problems”, Science, vol. 377, 2022. ,

“Provably accurate simulation of gauge theories and bosonic systems”, Quantum, vol. 6, p. 816, 2022. ,

“Modular commutator in gapped quantum many-body systems”, Physical Review B, vol. 106, 2022. ,

“Chiral central charge from a single bulk wave function”, Phys. Rev. Lett. , vol. 128, no. 17, p. 176402, 2022. ,

“Approximating the two-mode two-photon Rabi model”, Physics Letters A, vol. 422, 2022. ,

“Phase-engineered bosonic quantum codes”, Physical Review A, vol. 103, no. 6, p. 062427, 2021. ,

“Robust Encoding of a Qubit in a Molecule”, Phys. Rev. X, vol. 10, no. 031050, 2020. ,

“Symmetry breaking and error correction in open quantum systems”, Phys. Rev. Lett. , vol. 125, p. 240405, 2020. ,

“Continuous symmetries and approximate quantum error correction”, Phys. Rev. X, vol. 10, no. 041018, 2020. ,

“A solvable family of driven-dissipative many-body systems”, Physical Review Letters, vol. 119, no. 19, 2017. ,