Robert Raußendorf is a quantum physicist who studies quantum information, particularly computation, and is co-inventor of what is known as the one-way quantum computer. More specifically, he is interested in measurement-based models for quantum computation, fault-tolerant quantum computation under geometric constraints and quantum cellular automata.
Sloan Research Fellow, 2009
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