Templeton Independent Research Fellow at the University of Vienna in the Quantum Information Science and Quantum Computing group
Lee Rozema is a Templeton Independent Research Fellow working at the University of Vienna in the Quantum Information Science and Quantum Computing group with Prof. Philip Walther. In 2008 he received his Bachelors of Science in Physics and Computer Science with first-class standing from Brock University in Canada. He completed his Doctorate in 2014 with Prof. Aephraim Steinberg at the University of Toronto. His doctoral research focused on a broad array of topics in experimental quantum optics and quantum information, from quantum-enhanced precision measurement to more fundamental topics, such as weak measurement and interpretations of quantum mechanics. After completing his PhD, he moved to Vienna, where he held a Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada Postdoctoral Fellowship from 2014 to 2016. Since 2016 he has been a Templeton Independent Research Fellow. He continues to be interested in quantum optical implementation of quantum information protocols. His current research topics include quantum foundations, photonic quantum computing, and the investigation of novel optical non-linearities.