Research Group Leader
Ernesto Galvão is the leader of the Quantum and Linear-Optical Computation group at INL. In his research he studies different quantum computational models to identify and quantify resources capable of achieving quantum advantage in information processing. He is particularly interested in photonic implementations of quantum computers and collaborates with experimental research groups to implement and characterise these devices.
Ernesto holds degrees in physics from the University of Oxford (PhD 2002), Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Master´s 1998), and Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (Bachelor´s 1996). He was a postdoctoral fellow at Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics (Canada) between 2002 and 2005 and is currently on leave from Instituto de Física of Fluminense Federal University (Brazil), where he has been faculty since 2006.
Witnesses of coherence and dimension from multiphoton indistinguishability tests
PHYSICAL REVIEW RESEARCH, 2021
Gaussian optical networks for one-dimensional anyons
PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 2021
Quantum and classical bounds for two-state overlaps
PHYSICAL REVIEW A, 2020
Experimental quantification of four-photon indistinguishability
NEW JOURNAL OF PHYSICS, 2020
Experimental validation of photonic boson sampling
Nature Photonics 8, 615–620 (2014), 2014