Dr Jesús Rubio
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
I am a theoretical physicist working at the intersection of fundamental physics and probability theory. This vision provides not only a powerful philosophy for the development of better models of nature, but also new principles for the analysis of information associated with natural phenomena.
I joined the Quantum Non-equilibrium group at the University of Exeter in October 2019, after having defended my thesis Non-asymptotic quantum metrology: extracting maximum information from limited data on 18 September 2019 at the University of Sussex. For more information, see my biography.
Areas I work/have worked in
- Mechanics, in all its forms (analytical, quantum, statistical, stochastic, etc). Currently studying that of single molecules within the Molecular Mechanics Initiative
- Global quantum thermometry, stochastic thermodynamics and non-equilibrium physics
- Quantum estimation, metrology and interferometry (time, phase, multiparameter problems, Bayesian techniques, etc)
- Quantum uncertainty relations, correlations and field theory
- Logic-based probability theory for data analysis
A complete list of my publications and preprints is available via my ORCID iD: 0000-0002-8193-8273
My contributions to computational physics can be found here.
- Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Exeter, from 2019 (Associate until July 2020; Fellow since then)
- Doctoral Tutor, University of Sussex, 2015 - 2018
- PhD in Physics, University of Sussex, 2015 - 2019
- MSc in Theoretical Physics: Elementary Particles and Cosmology, Institute of Theoretical Physics and Autonomous University of Madrid, 2013 - 2014
- Extended BSc in Physics (Licenciatura), Complutense University of Madrid, 2008 - 2013
Contributions to the Community
- Reviewer for 'npj Quantum Information', 'New Journal of Physics', 'Quantum Science and Technology' and 'Quantum Information Processing'
- One of the lead organisers who created TIQuR 2021, an online workshop for early career researchers on Thermodynamics and Information in the Quantum Regime
- PhD tutor for 'The Brilliant Club' in 2018
- Member of the Institute of Physics
- Associate Fellow of Advance Higher Education (formerly the Higher Education Academy)
*Please note that the short version of my name should be either 'J. Rubio' or 'J. Rubio Jiménez', since 'Rubio Jiménez' are both surnames and I do not have a middle name.