Gabriel Jaumà

PhD Student

I graduated in aerospace engineering at Universidad Politecnica de Madrid and a master’s in physics of complex systems at Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia de Madrid. In the past, I have worked in experimental biotechnology, developing ionization sources for mass spectrometers. Nowadays, I am pursuing a PhD, financed by the La Caixa Foundation, focused on the design of novel superconducting qubits, couplers, and architectures for quantum annealing within the project AVaQus.

Scientific interests

  • Superconducting circuits
  • Quantum annealing
  • Monte Carlo simulations

Recent publications

  • Exploring Quantum Annealing Architectures: A Spin Glass Perspective, G. Jaumà, J.J. García-Ripoll and M. Pino, arXiv
  • Hardware-efficient entangled measurements for variational quantum algorithms, F. Escudero, D. Fernández-Fernández, G. Jaumà, G. F. Peñas and L. Pereira, Phys. Rev. Applied 20, 034044
  • Ultrastrong capacitive coupling of flux qubits, M. Hita-Pérez, G. Jaumà, M. Pino and J.J. García-Ripoll, Phys. Rev. Applied 17, 014028 (2022).
  • Three-Josephson junctions flux qubit couplings, M. Hita-Pérez, G. Jaumà, M. Pino and J.J. García-Ripoll, Appl. Phys. Lett. 119, 222601 (2021).
  • Design of Novel Coupling Mechanisms between Superconducting Flux Qubits, G. Jaumà, arXiv