Jacob Marks

Jacob Marks
Ph.D. Student in Physics, admitted Autumn 2017
B.S., Yale University, Intensive Physics, Mathematics and Philosophy (2017)
Stanford Physics PhD candidate in Tom Devereaux's lab (Co-Advised by Xiaoliang Qi) conducting research on quantum phases of matter, with a focus on topology.

Quantum Student Contributor @ Physics World.

Previously:
- Quantum @ Google X
- Algorithms Research @ Samsung Think Tank Team (TTT)
- Research Fellow @ Wolfram Research
- Research @ Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) under Michele Mosca
- Research @ Yale Quantum Institute (YQI) under Liang Jiang.

BS '17 Yale, Cum Laude in Intensive Physics, and Mathematics & Philosophy, with distinction in both majors.

Publications

Schueler, M., Marks, J. A., Murakami, Y., Jia, C., & Devereaux, T. P. (2021). Gauge invariance of light-matter interactions in first-principle tight-binding models. PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 103(15).
2021
Marks, J., Schüler, M., Budich, J. C., & Devereaux, T. P. (2021). Correlation-Assisted Quantized Charge Pumping. Physical Review B, 103(3).
2021
Marks, J. A., Schüler, M., & Devereaux, T. P. (2021). Dynamical signatures of symmetry protected topology following symmetry breaking. Physical Review Research, 3(2).
2021
Verdon, G., Marks, J., Nanda, S., Leichenauer, S., & Hidary, J. (2019). Quantum Hamiltonian-Based Models and the Variational Quantum Thermalizer Algorithm. ArXiv.
2019
Marks, J. A., Jochym-O'Connor, T., & Gheorghiu, V. (2017). Comparison of memory thresholds for planar qudit geometries. New Journal of Physics, 19(113001-119502).
2017

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