David Gosset is a quantum computer scientist who is interested in quantum algorithms and complexity theory.
He has worked on theoretical questions relevant to small quantum computers, including understanding the computational power of constant-depth quantum circuits and the limits of classical simulation algorithms. He has also investigated the computational power and complexity of quantum many-body systems, and the application of physics-inspired tools from these areas to quantum computer science.
- Pat Goldberg Memorial Best Paper Award (IBM Research, 2016)
- Sherman Fairchild Prize Postdoctoral Fellowship in Theoretical Physics (Caltech, 2015-2016)
- Marble Presidential Fellowship (MIT, 2006-2007)
- Rudi Haering Medal in Physics (UBC, 2006)
Bravyi, Sergey, David Gosset, and Robert Koenig. “Quantum advantage with shallow circuits.” Science 362.6412 (2018): 308-311.
Bravyi, Sergey, and David Gosset. “Improved classical simulation of quantum circuits dominated by Clifford gates.” Physical Review Letters 116.25 (2016): 250501.
Gosset, David, and Daniel Nagaj. “Quantum 3-SAT is QMA1-complete.” SIAM Journal on Computing 45.3 (2016): 1080-1128.
Childs, Andrew M., David Gosset, and Zak Webb. “Universal computation by multiparticle quantum walk.” Science 339.6121 (2013): 791-794.
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