Adrián started his studies at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, with a degree in Physics, finishing with a Degree’s thesis in Schwarzschild singularities and black holes. After that, he joined the Master in Theoretical Physics in Instituto de Física Teórica, and he met quantum computing, exploring adiabatic quantum computing and connecting to real quantum computers remotely.
He began his Ph.D. in Quantum Algorithms a year ago. The goal of this Ph.D. thesis is to find how to create them and how to implement them in real Quantum Computers in the NISQ (Noisy intermediate-scale quantum) era. Up to now, his work is focused on quantum artificial intelligence and variational and approximate algorithms