Welcome to this site, where you will hopefully find useful information about Physics.
My name is Alejandro Bermúdez Carballo, born in Madrid in the winter of 1982. When I am not busy with the two little people in yellow and orange below…
… I spend my time trying to understand how Nature works in detail. I finished my PhD at the Complutense University of Madrid in 2010, where I started working on quantum information with Prof. M.A. Martin-Delgado. Then, I moved to the Institute of Theoretical Physics at Ulm University as a post-doctoral researcher in the group of Prof. M. Plenio.
Between 2013 & 2014, I moved to the Institute of Fundamental Physics at the Spanish Research Council (CSIC) as a Juan de la Cierva research fellow, working together with Dr. J.J. García-Ripoll. In 2016, I joined the University of Swansea in South Wales as a senior research assistant, where I have worked ever since in collaboration with Dr. M. Müller.
Currently, I am a Ramon y Cajal research fellow (5+2 year contract equivalent to a tenure track in the spanish research system) in the Theoretical Physics department of the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). I am part of the group of quantum information and computation (GICC), where we do research on various theoretical aspects related to quantum technologies.
If you are interested in this type of research, you may find more information in here.
If you are looking for information and material related to the subjects I teach at the Bachelor/Master degree of this University, you may have a look here.