Dr Jesús Rubio
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
I am a theoretical physicist working at the intersection of fundamental physics and probability theory. My current aim is to find out what different quantum technologies, together with the language of quantum estimation theory, can teach us about the general principles governing nature.
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
- Quantum estimation, metrology and interferometry (time, phase, multiparameter problems, Bayesian techniques, etc)
- Global quantum thermometry, stochastic thermodynamics and non-equilibrium physics
- Quantum uncertainty relations and correlations
- Mechanics, in all its forms (analytical, quantum, statistical, stochastic, etc)
- 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', 'Journal Physics A', 'Quantum Science and Technology', 'Quantum Information Processing' and 'IEEE'.
- 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.