Research Scientist at Berkeley Lab, California.
Applied Mathematics and Computational Research Division - Department of Applied Mathematics - Scalable Solvers Group
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1 Cyclotron Road, MS 050A-3111
Berkeley, CA 94720, US
I am a Research Scientist in the Computational Research Division at Berkeley Lab and received my PhD in Engineering Science: Computer Science (2015) at KU Leuven from which I also hold Master degrees in Mathematical Engineering (2010) and in Archaeology (2011).
My main research fields are Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing. My research interests range from numerical linear algebra and numerical software to quantum computing and quantum algorithms.
- (Nonlinear) Eigenvalue Problems
- Numerical Linear Algebra
- Model Order Reduction
- Numerical Software
- Quantum Computing
- E. Kökcü, D. Camps, L. Bassman Oftelie, W.A. de Jong, R. Van Beeumen, A.F. Kemper
Algebraic compression of free fermionic quantum circuits: Particle creation, arbitrary lattices and controlled evolution
- R. Van Beeumen, D. Camps, N. Mehta
QCLAB++: Simulating quantum circuits on GPUs
- J. Balewski, M.G. Amankwah, R. Van Beeumen, E.W. Bethel, T. Perciano, D. Camps
Quantum-parallel vectorized data encodings and computations on trapped-ions and transmons QPUs
- D. Camps, R. Van Beeumen
FABLE: Fast approximate quantum circuits for block-encodings
- D. Camps, L. Lin, R. Van Beeumen, C. Yang
Explicit quantum circuits for block encodings of certain sparse matrices
QCLAB is an object-oriented MATLAB toolbox for creating and representing quantum circuits.
QCLAB++ is an object-oriented, fully templated C++ package for creating and representing quantum circuits.
Fast Free Fermion Compiler (F3C) is a MATLAB toolbox for compiling time-evolution quantum circuits of spin Hamiltonians that can be mapped to free fermions.
Fast Free Fermion Compiler (F3C++) is a C++ package for compiling time-evolution quantum circuits of spin Hamiltonians that can be mapped to free fermions.