Dr. Ivette Fuentes
Ph.D. is Research Fellow/Lecturer, Faculty of Science, The University of
Ivette earned her Ph.D. in 2003 from Imperial College, working on quantum optics and quantum information. Her postdoctoral experience includes a fellowship at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, a Glasstone Fellowship at the University of Oxford, and a Junior Research Fellowship at Mansfield College. From 2006 to 2008 she was an assistant professor at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. From 2008 to 2009 she held a Humboldt Fellowship for Experienced Researchers at the Technical University of Berlin, Germany.
Ivette has worked on a number of topics within theoretical physics, such as fundamental quantum mechanics, quantum information, quantum optics, gravity, and astrophysics. Currently, she studies how relativistic effects can be exploited for quantum information theory, and how to construct exactly solvable models describing multimode Bose-Einstein condensates.
Her papers include Holonomic quantum computation in the presence of decoherence, Continuous variable entanglement sharing in non-inertial frames, Entanglement in an expanding spacetime, Correlation loss and multipartite entanglement across a black hole horizon, The Unruh effect in quantum information beyond the single-mode approximation, Entangling moving cavities in non-inertial frames, Optimal Quantum Estimation of the Unruh-Hawking Effect, Quantum accelerometer: distinguishing inertial Bob from his accelerated twin Rob by a local measurement, and Alice falls into a black hole: Entanglement in non-inertial frames.
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