Trainee Patent Attorney
Kerem graduated with a MSci in Physics with Theoretical Physics from Imperial College London. His Master’s thesis was on the growth surface symmetry of semiconductor quantum dots. After that he completed a PhD in the field of theoretical quantum computation at the University of Strathclyde. His dissertation proposed novel schemes for implementing quantum gate circuits through the use of localised measurements on entangled systems. With his quantum computation background, Kerem has experience in quantum optics, computer science and nanotechnology.
PhD Quantum Computation – University of Strathclyde (2016)
MSci Physics with Theoretical Physics– Imperial College London (2010)