Dr. Andrii Maksymov
Quantum Control Theorist
SPIE Involvement:
Author | Leadership Workshop Facilitator
Area of Expertise:
quantum computing , vibrational spectroscopy , image processing
Profile Summary

I am a research assistant at Tulane University studying quantum MBL in spin chains and TLSs, vibrational spectroscopy of polymers and noise reduction in superconducting circuits. I also work as a lab instructor for general chemistry labs. My previous research was in low-frequency Raman spectroscopy of associated liquids.

Before I started working at Tulane as a researcher I worked as a programming engineer for systems of remote sensing and image processing in a startup company Cropio for two years. That was after I worked for three years leading the metrological equipment automation team at SE SBP Arsenal which is a top producer of metrological equipment in Ukraine for remote high resolution multispectral land scanners such as Sich-2.
Publications (1)

Proceedings Article | 2 September 2009 Paper
Proc. SPIE. 7393, Nanophotonic Materials VI
KEYWORDS: Scattering, Molecules, Crystals, Light scattering, Bioalcohols, Fractal analysis, Raman scattering, Polarizability, Liquids, Fractons

Course Instructor
NON-SPIE: Quantum computing on atomic qubits with long-range interactions
NON-SPIE: Online introductory workshops to scientific programming in python
NON-SPIE: Experiments in general chemistry
NON-SPIE: Experiments in Fourier optics
NON-SPIE: Experiments in general physics
NON-SPIE: Special methods of programming and modeling in optics
Covers topics of digital signal processing and analysis, spectroscopy, classification and recognition.
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